i have one more question. The current used resizing of the images for the slide show in 960 way does not fit my needs. I was looking for something that would look like the script that is calculating the proportions, anyway could not find any. except for the twitter iframe.
the basic issue is that i would like to upload the images from my camera without big size manipulation directly to the web and as most of the images will be 4:3 and too many things will be cut with current settings.
Can you please give me a hint where to set up the processing?
Thanks in advance
js for resizing the slide show images7 posts from 3 voices
The resizing function is actually done server side by the options in the functions.php file. The image size is then adjusted with css to fully fill out the container its inside.
So if you are uploading images that are 400x600 (just as an example), the big slideshow area will still stretch those images to fit the 960px width of that slideshow.
You would want to use another option for showing those kinds of images if you know they will be uploaded from a device that will cause them to not really fit in that presentation.
If you want to adjust the automatically generated thumbnails, you can do it easily with: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-image-sizes/
yup. that should be no problem, anyway, when we imagine i want to upload 960 x 960 image the high is still cut anyway. I will look into that class and will let you know once i am lost again.
The sizes are set in the functions.php, so the image could still be getting cropped based on those settings (which you can change with that plugin.
Hope that helps and when you get started adding images in we can help with a live example if it comes to that.
by the way. do you mean this?
$avia_config['imgSize']['featured'] = array('width'=>1500, 'height'=>430 ); // images for fullsize pages and fullsize slider
$avia_config['imgSize']['featured_small'] = array('width'=>990, 'height'=>280 ); // images for fullsize pages and fullsize slider
got it. .
Glad that you solved the problem :)
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