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Image resizing in file manager and html editor

Thread began 10/29/2012 4:07 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 11/12/2012 10:44 am by Jason Byrnes | 1304 views | 5 replies |

jo271221

Image resizing in file manager and html editor

Do you have an extension or a solution for users that are trying to upload images larger than the allowed size in the file manager and html editor? I have received an image is too large, do not try and load images. Please do not try to load images larger than 1024x768 (or something similar to that msg). Do you have an extension or solution for uploading and resizing multiple images to a specific user file? ie on www.CommunityHotline.com the users each have their own upload folder userfiles/226 with 226 being the # of the user id.

Thank You,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, we do not have an extension for this.

you should resize the images before uploading them.

you can change the max file dimensions allowed by editing the the webassist/kfm/initialize.php file:

php:
$kfm->defaultSetting('max_image_upload_width', 1024);

$kfm->defaultSetting('max_image_upload_height', 768);
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jo271221

max size in html editor

I would like to resize on upload, is there such an option? OR what do you suggest to offer a convenience for my customers who have very large images they want to post but don't know how to resize them? I don't really care to have huge image on the site especially in the html editor section where I cannot use image resizer. Speaking of image resizer - awesome too! Thank You!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the File Upload tool can resize images on upload.

you can find the file upload behavior under WebAssist - > File Manipulation -> Upload Files.

if you set the upload to allow images only, you can specify a width an height to resize the images to.

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jo271221

kfm/initialise.php vs initialize.php

My webassist/kfm contains initialise.php and does not contain that line of code. Please see attached.

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configuration.dist.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it is at line 133 and 134 of the webassist/kfm/initialize.php file.

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