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Pixlr Image Editor Module

Maintainer Contact

Marcus Nyeholt

Requirements

SilverStripe 3.1 CURL VersionedFiles (optional)

It is recommended you use the VersionedFiles module to ensure that any changes you make while editing the image can be rolled back to a previous copy.

Documentation

  • Copy the pixlr folder to the root of your silverstripe instance and run dev/build
  • If you are running a publicly accessible website, you will get a noticeable speed increase by using a crossdomain.xml (a sample is provided in the module subdirectory) at the root of your website so that the pixlr application can directly access the image files it needs. Make sure to set PixlrEditorField::$use_credentials to TRUE in your mysite/_config.php

Further information can be found at http://wiki.github.com/nyeholt/silverstripe-pixlr/

API

  • PixlrEditorField::$use_credentials = true|false Indicates whether the pixlr editor can access content directly from the website without needing additional server requests to send data around. Recommended.

Troubleshooting

For additional help, create issues at http://github.com/nyeholt/silverstripe-pixlr/issues

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