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Image sizes for worpress posts smaller that original (3 posts)

  1. wildfisher
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    First of all I would like to thank Simbul for this great plugin. This is exactly what I was looking for to use pictures from separate photogallery in WordPress posts.
    All works great, but I have kind of problem/issue regarding way of usage. Image files in my Zenphoto gallery as a rule have a quite big size (1600x1200), though displayed in a gallery with smaller resolution surfer has ability to view full-size picture. At the same time, when I insert photo in WordPress post I do not want to insert thumbnail , but instead I wish to insert decent size picture (like 600x450) for example. It means that ZenphotoPress inserts full-size (1600x1200) picture in the post and makes it smaller just with width=600 height=450 . It makes page to load slowly because browser loads full-size picture which I do not need in the post.

    Is there some kind of solution/hack to resolve this? It would be nice if ZhenphotoPress could resize image on the fly and make a separate low-res copy to insert in the post though I understand that it is a difficult task and not the native task for this graet plugin

  2. Simbul
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Actually, resizing the image on the fly is exactly what ZenphotoPress does if you specify a width and/or a height - by calling the image with some parameters that make Zenphoto do the resizing and the caching.
    Have a look at the menu called "Image size" in the ZenphotoPress popup.
    You can also set a default image size in the settings.

  3. wildfisher
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yeah, I've just realized it myself looking at the image source and seeing that it goes from "cache" directory of Zenphoto. That's great!
    And thank you again for this cool plugin!

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