Support » Plugin: Gravity PDF » link on image

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  • Plugin Author Jake Jackson

    (@blue-liquid-designs)

    The major problem with displaying images uploaded by the user is their size. If a user uploads a 6MB image there may be resource problems trying to process it for use in the PDF. And if a user uploads more than one 6MB image you can guarantee the PDF will take a significant amount of time to generate, or won’t generate at all. It’s why we haven’t added native support for this yet.

    We currently recommend the Slim Image Cropper for Gravity Forms plugin, which resizes the images in your browser before uploading them to the server. Just make sure to set the maximum image size to 1000,1000 to prevent the aforementioned image size issue.

    cars.wahab

    (@carswahab)

    Hi jake, thank you for your reply but i think you misunderstood me. I am putting image on the footer like PAY NOW image wherein it is supposed to have link but it is not working. But if i will put a text with link then its working. Please teach me how put link on image

    Plugin Author Jake Jackson

    (@blue-liquid-designs)

    Thanks for the additional information.

    Gravity PDF does post-processing on the images included in headers / footers to ensure a consistent experience across hosts and in the PDF itself. This processing is causing issues with your inline links surrounding the images. I’ve opened a ticket on GitHub about it and we’ll look into how we can do both. For the moment there’s no workaround and linked images in the Header / Footer aren’t possible in Core templates.

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