[wp-hackers] Inserting image in original size in 2.0
false.hopes at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 23:16:59 GMT 2005
Click on the image, and a little menu appears over it, click the one
that says using thumbnail, and it switches to using original, and
click send to editor.
On 12/17/05, Roy Schestowitz <r at schestowitz.com> wrote:
> _____/ On Fri 16 Dec 2005 14:01:56 GMT, [Marcus Grellert] wrote : \_____
> > Hi,
> > currently it is not possible (2.0 RC2) to insert an uploaded image with
> > its original
> > dimensions in the editor with just WP itself.
> > You need to look up the image dimensions in a seperate program and
> > resize the image accordingly.
> > You can't do that if you don't have the image <- different users
> > You don't want to do that <- well, it is possible in 1.5, why not 2.0;
> > lots of images; ...
> > Is this going to change for the initial release?
> > marcus
> When you upload an image, it gets put under <install_dir> / wp-content/
> uploads / year / month . The image on the server remains identical, so no
> resizing or pre-processing is involved. A thumbnail is generated
> on-the-fly, perhaps using PHP or ImageMagick. Set your editor to use
> quicktags under Users at the very bottom (untick the box). Then, when
> dragging an image thumbnail onto the writing area, only its full URL will
> be copied. If you want to then make quick use of that URL, consider bits
> <p align="center">
> <img src="[domain]/[path]/wp-content/uploads/year/month/example.jpg"
> alt="example" title="example" />
> From my point-of-view, the process has been simplified tremendously. I
> wonder if making this addition of code in the quicktags case would have
> merit in terms of productivity.
> In 1.5 there was no rich text editor, so one could argue that 2.0 is not
> missing anything, as far as image handling is concerned.
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