- Author: Syamil MJ
- Website: Aquagraphite.com
This small script will allow you to resize & crop WordPress images uploaded via the media uploader on the fly. It relies on WP's native functions to resize the images, and checks if there is an already resized version of the image so that it won't be wasting your server's resources to regenerate the images.
There are a couple of image resizing scripts out there that already have this function. Some authors simply use the add_image_size() function to define custom image sizes that will be generated for each image uploaded via the media uploader. I mostly find these methods somewhat a little complicated to use, or having some limitations or too resource intensive.
With Aqua Resizer, the only required inputs are the URL and width. It's easy, fast & efficient. Additionally, you have the additional options such as the height, crop, and array return.
Simply copy aq_resizer.php into your theme and reference it from your functions.php file e.g.
require_once('aq_resizer.php');, then you're good to go.
You can then use it in your theme as such:
More usage instructions and examples can be found in our wiki
Do whatever you want with it. A linkback would be nice :)
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- Aqua Resize is now basically a class (still with a wrapper function so usage has not changed at all)
- class written as Singleton pattern
- removed fallback for WP older v3.5
- either $width or $height is required
- return false if the image can not be resized to the exact dimension specified in the arguments in crop mode
- return the original image if specified dimension is the same as the one of the original image
- uses wp_get_image_editor() (WP3.5)
- handles wp_error
- shorten script
- fix for compatibility with wpml
- array return use int (0,1,2)
- add check for broken image
- default $single to true and return string
- fix issue with smaller widths
v1.0 first commit