Personal tools
You are here: Home Documentation How-tos How to Resize Images
Navigation
 
Document Actions

How to Resize Images

This How-to applies to: 2.5

Some versions of Plone come with an image resize function accessible when you insert an image on a page. Learn how to use this simple, but powerful feature.

Resizing images starts with the Insert Image insert-image-14 function while editing a page. Go ahead and pick an image that you wish to insert like you normally would. Notice that there is a Size drop-down menu on the right hand side of the Insert Image screen:


image-resize.gif


Images can only be sized down. You cannot choose a size larger than the image that you started with. The image used in the above example is 1024x768 pixels. This is way too big to display on a page, but maybe I want to insert a thumbnail and link it to the original image so that a site visitor can view the full sized image if they want to.


Your choices of sizes are somewhat limited, but you get a fairly good range to pick from (all sizes are in pixels):


Click on each size above to see an example



by samk last modified 2007-10-10 09:12 All content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Still Stumped?
If you've still got questions about Plone, here are your best bets for finding out more:
 

All content in this site distributed under the Creative Commons "Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike" license unless otherwise noted.

Powered by Plone CMS, the Open Source Content Management System