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Image Resizer not resizing with dynamic images

Thread began 7/13/2011 6:51 am by nibo | Last modified 9/26/2011 5:19 am by nibo | 2021 views | 6 replies |


Image Resizer not resizing with dynamic images

I'm not able to get Image Resizer to work on dynamic images.

According to this post: showthread.php?t=16984, it would seem that there is a known bug. I have tried applying it to a static image and then changing it to a dynamic image and also using a static image and applying it from the Server Behaviors menu.

It did resize when the image was static, however neither methods worked when it was changed to a dynamic image, with the file name coming from the database.

The above post was from May 2010 and I've checked and Image Resizer is still on version 1.0.0, so I can't understand why a fix hasn't been issued.

I feel sure that others will have come up against this problem, but there are very few posts about it, so perhaps I'm applying it in the wrong way or it's not designed to work with dynamic images, although that would really surprise me.

Any help very much appreciated.

Win 7 (64bit)
Image Resizer 1.0.0

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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Just wondering if anyone else has found a solution for this?

I really need to get it working.


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Web Designer Troy

Image Resizer not working

I have a similar issue. The image resizer doesn't seem to be doing anything. I don't have any reference to figure out what the problem is.

Example: product_detail.php?ProductID=1

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I have opened a support incident so that we can have an engineer look into this with you directly. I'm not sure what might be wrong without looking into the code and understanding what you are expecting to happen.

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Was this ever resolved?

Im having the same issue.

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Yes, it was resolved, but only after quite a bit of back-and-forth and a replacement file.

Check that Safe Mode is OFF. As I was first using WA File Manager to upload an image file, I had an issue with my server assigning the wrong "user" to the file, so maybe check that too.

As I was using an include file I also needed to change the code inside the include file to:

echo(getCachedResizedImageHTML(ob_get_clean(), abs2rel(rel2abs("../image_cache", dirname(__FILE__)), dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'])), "proportion", "", false));

The file I was given to replace was "CachedResize_Image.php". I guess you'll need to ask Support for it.

This is in no way a solution to the issue as there are many variables, however hopefully it will get you started on finding a fix.

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