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Size of images in ecommerce


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Phill

Community Member, 77 Posts

20 January 2009 at 11:47pm

Hey

I think i may be having trouble with somthing which is actualy quite simple, im trying to set the thumbnails on products pages to be 200px wide (currently 100px). How would i go about doind this? iv tried $Image.SetWidth(200) but that didnt work. Any ideas on how to do this?

Thanks

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Phill

Community Member, 77 Posts

21 January 2009 at 4:43am

Hey,

Bit of an update iv kinda managed to fix the problem but its a bit of a hack, at the moment im haveing to put this code in my template file

<!-- $Image.SetWidth(200); -->
<img src="assets/Uploads/_resampled/SetWidth200-{$Image.Name}" class="jqzoom" alt="$Image.Filename" />

The first line is needed to generate the regenerated image but is commented out in the html to prevent it being displayed as i need the image to have class="jqzoom" this is a bit of a hack as the resulting html looks like

<!-- <img src="/assets/Uploads/_resampled/SetWidth200-IMG4672.jpg" alt="" />; -->
<img src="assets/Uploads/_resampled/SetWidth200-IMG4672.jpg" class="jqzoom" alt="assets/Uploads/IMG4672.jpg" />

any ideas on how to do it withour the hack?

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Willr

Forum Moderator, 5513 Posts

21 January 2009 at 3:02pm

You can loop over the Image with a Control

<% control Image.SetWidth(200) %>
<img src="$URL" class="jqzoom" alt="$Title" />
<% end_control %>

Or you will have to do

<% control Image %>
<% control SetWidth(200) %>
<img src="$URL" class="jqzoom" alt="$Title" />
<% end_control %>
<% end_control %>

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Phill

Community Member, 77 Posts

22 January 2009 at 12:01am

Thanks the top option should do what i want and make the output a lot cleaner :-).

Il have to look into <% control a bit more, didnt realize could do that sort of thing with it