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Image Cropper

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by yaelweb, Aug 10, 2006.

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  1. yaelweb

    yaelweb Thread Starter

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    I am starting out as a webmaster. One of my clients asked for people to submit photos on her site. How can i buy a photo cropper that i can plug into my site that lets the end user submit photos according to my parameters? Is this type of thing bought or can i find it for free?



    Thank you for your help.
     
  2. covert215

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    You can automatically resize an image in html. Use the width="" and height="" attributes when embedding the images.
     
  3. thecoalman

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    I would suggest installing an image gallery like Coppermine, http://coppermine.sf.net/ Coppermine only requires a single upload of an image. It will generate the thumbnails for you. That's just one feature of many. It is an advanced photo gallery, there are other simpler alternatives I've seen posted by others.


    That can have undesirable results. Scaling images down will create aliasing on round or slanted edges in the image, how much varies depending on the sizes. In the following example it's moderate. Scaling up creates blocking. It's best to either use the correct dimensions or none at all so the image displays at it's full size. Note that this is screenshot from a browser window, the images were scaled by the browser.

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