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Updating old images for use with Dynamic Image Resizer (1 post)

  1. sliceofpie
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    Posted 2 years ago #

    Below is some code I've used to update old images to work with this plugin. This is only necessary if you've added or changed image sizes after some images were originally uploaded. It re-writes the metadata for image attachments, thus activating the plugin's hook in wp_update_attachment_metadata that does all the magic.

    // UPDATE OLD IMAGES FOR DYNAMIC RESIZING
    // Necessary if you've added or changed image sizes
    // May require you pump up your memory_limit & max_execution_time in php.ini if you have lots of image files...
    function makeimagesresizable() {
    	global $dynimg_image_sizes, $_wp_additional_image_sizes;
    	$dynimg_image_sizes = $_wp_additional_image_sizes;	// I think its necessary to fill this global used in DynImgResize? Maybe not
    
    	require ( ABSPATH . 'wp-admin/includes/image.php' );	// Neccesary for wp_generate_metadata (not always)	
    
    	$images = get_children( 'post_type=attachment&post_mime_type=image&numberposts=-1&order=DESC&orderby=menu_order&post_parent=' ); // All images
    
    	foreach($images as $i){
    		$data = wp_generate_attachment_metadata($i->ID,$i->guid);
    		wp_update_attachment_metadata($i->ID,$data);	// DynImgResize has a hook in this function that adds the data for not-yet-existant image files
    		echo $i->ID." : ".$i->guid."<br/>";
    	}
    }

    (^ This can probably be improved... Just offering it up if it might help someone out in the future. Amazingly useful plugin.)

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/dynamic-image-resizer/

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