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DIYCWare Image Editor

Adds customer image upload and image editing functionality to your e-commerce site.

4 reviews
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5 stars
Excellent Plug in
By , for WP 3.9.1

This plug in really solves a huge issue for custom retailers...
Not only is this plug in excellent and extremely easy to use, the developer is amazing. I have never waited more than a few hours for a response from him and if I couldn't fix the problem myself, he was even willing to take time out of his own day to sign in and create fixes for me. His customer service and dedication to his product is unrivaled by any developer I have worked with and I would recommend him to ANYONE!
Thank you again Mark...

5 stars
Good plugin, but what now
By , for WP 3.9

Hi developer, i like the plugin. I struggled a bit, but then got it working when i open the temp folder for public. 777 restrictments. It worked fine, but i wanted to change some directions in the tool in my own language.. i just wrote your original english crop, save etc. messages, and then it broke, and will not work again. deleted the plugin, downloaded it again, did all the settings i did before, and it wont work anymore. Can you help me with this? Will send you the link if you want. The plugin is great, thats for sure.

5 stars
A great plugin... if works...
By , for WP 3.8.1

hi! I would really like to use your plugin, but it still doesnt work.
i get the option to upload images, and try to do it.
i see the progress bar getting to 100% but the image doesn't apear.
i use chrome, and there is Imagemagick on my hosting service.
what could be the problem?

5 stars
Exactly what I'm looking for but could use something still
By , for WP 3.8.1

This plug in is great, I was playing around with it and it took some tweaking but eventually I got it to work. It could use a few features, like a back end to pull the saved images from instead of having to track back through folders on the server to grab them. Also, the 'Add to Cart' didn't work right away because the text box 'Image Details' was required and the Image Editor wasn't putting information into that box. I solved that by opening the .js file and changing the text box name it was originally looking for, to the correct one it should have been looking for. I'm still having a problem with the thumbnails not working in the cart, but all in all, not too bad!

Some great features to add would be the ability to add text to the uploaded pictures (meme style). Also, whenever you add your image to the cart, that image should be totally wiped when you come back to the upload/editor. As of right now your previous image is there, it's slightly confusing.

This thing, with a little more development, is going to be KILLER. Please reply if you have any questions!

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