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LovelessDesign
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Hello. I’m using the Aqua Resizing script.

Do you have an idea how to realize a Responsive Design with it? img { max-width: 100%; } alone doesn’t work because the set image width/height (I’m new to responsive design).

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SyamilMJ
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Updated to v1.1.5 – now handles WP_Error on image resize

@lovelessdesign – take a look at some of themes on here that uses Aqua Resizer

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Pixelous
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Updated to v1.1.5 – now handles WP_Error on image resize @lovelessdesign – take a look at some of themes on here that uses Aqua Resizer

Hi, how could we found these themes that use Aqua Resizer? Going to try it by the way.

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SyamilMJ
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Put this in Google search – site:themeforest.net responsive aqua resizer

A few authors who were kind enough to credit Aqua Resizer in the theme description will pop up there.

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dmsumon
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Hi!

I developed a similar script into my new framework, so I just wanna ask and compare :)

1.) can you set the storing directory ?

2.) can you set image expiration time ( caching )

3.) does it automatically tests the permissions ?

4.) how the script behave when the image is actually smaller than wanted dimensions ?

5.) if its stored automatically into upload directory, what happen when I resize 2 images with same name but different location. For example:

img1: /template/nyc.jpg

img2: /images/nyc.jpg

does it have hashing function which can different these 2 images ?

could you share some kind of technical problems which you were experiencing ?

thx and cheers, freshface

Can you also share your script with us? :nerdy:

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Tarmapi
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What are the differences between the Aqua Resizer and this script: http://austinmatzko.com/wordpress-plugins/filosofo-custom-image-sizes/

Can anyone tell which is better?

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MonkeeThemes
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I am using timthumb because it can also resize images that are not from the media uploader but external websites.

Good script anyway! Thanks for sharing.

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markroot
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Great script, it almost works perfectly! The only thing I can’t get to work is zoom-crop for images that are smaller. How can I achieve this?

For example: I have an image that is 280×250 that need to be zoom-cropped proportionally to 300×250.

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SyamilMJ
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What are the differences between the Aqua Resizer and this script: http://austinmatzko.com/wordpress-plugins/filosofo-custom-image-sizes/ Can anyone tell which is better?

That plugin requires you to define attachment id. In some cases this requires you to query the database with a custom function to retrieve the attachment id from a given full URL e.g. when using custom fields etc.

Not saying mine is better, but it’s easier because all you need is the URL .

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SyamilMJ
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Great script, it almost works perfectly! The only thing I can’t get to work is zoom-crop for images that are smaller. How can I achieve this? For example: I have an image that is 280×250 that need to be zoom-cropped proportionally to 300×250.

That’s not possible I’m afraid since WP’s native image_resize() function does not support this.

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