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DIYCWare Image Editor

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

If you are a printing business or photography business, you can add this plugin to your store so that customers can upload and edit images. The customer uploads the image, makes adjustments, selects the type of media, saves the image as a product, and adds it to the cart. The tool uses the Woocommerce plugin for the store management.

We have a demo WP site that you can view HERE.

Requirements:

  1. Imagemagick on your hosting service. Most hosting companies have Imagemagick on their servers for image creation/editing.
  2. Woocommerce
  3. Turn on permalinks (pretty URLs).

Current Image Editing Features:

  1. Cropping
  2. Brightness
  3. Contrast
  4. Sepia

More features will be added in the future, depending on demand.

Version 2.3 now includes support for other languages. A POT file exists in the languages directory that can be used to translate the plugin to other languages.

Documentation Please read the complete Owners Manual.

The Pro Version is now available.

The Pro version includes:

  1. Advanced cropping with pre-defined templates or boxes.
  2. Use without e-commerce - images stored to user account.
  3. Require user login to use image editor and to save images.
  4. Complete Admin page with ability to set cropping features. Disable/enable any of the image editor tools.
  5. Image editor tools added - hue and grayscale.

    Pro version soon with many more features and functionality.

    We have two demo sites for the pro version - HERE and HERE.

Support For the quickest response to a question, please email us using the email address on our web site. Or use the support forums on this page.

Translations Spanish (es) - Contributed by Andrew Kurtis at WebHostingHub.com

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-9
Active Installs: 30+

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