Resizes user-posted images that are too large, optionally overlaying a zoom button to view the original-sized image (optionally in a lightbox).
- Images don't first load in large format and then collapse, but instead appear only after they have been resized already.
- An optional zoom button is overlayed on top of resized images, so you can click to the original-sized image. This button will not mess up a URL the poster might have placed around the image.
- The original-sized image can open in the current window, in a new window, or in a cool lightbox.
- Only user-posted images posted using Img BBCode or uploaded as attachment are resized. However, any other image can be resized (and/or equipped with a zoom button ) by adding onload and onerror events to the <img> XHTML tag.
- You can specify the maximum dimensions in pixels (e.g. 640x480) and/or a maximum relative width (e.g. 80%).
- All settings (maximum dimensions, zooming method) can be changed from the Administration Control Panel.
- This MOD comes with default, neutral style sheeting built in, so you don't need to alter all your theme files. However, you can override these defaults from within your theme files, and thus unleash your own style sheeting magic on the resized images.
- I've successfully tested this MOD in Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3, Firefox 2, Firefox 1.5, Firefox 1.0, Opera 9.5, Opera 9.27, Safari 3.1 and Mozilla 1.7.
- This MOD uses HTML attributes (onload and onerror) that are not part of the XHTML 1.0 Strict and Transitional specifications. This is not a problem in virtually all popular browser software, but if you really need to stay 100% XHTML 1.0 compliant, then you could leave out the onload and onerror attributes.
- Safari and Opera currently do not always position the zoom in/out buttons on the right side when in right-to-left mode, but apart from that everything works fine. I am kind of hoping that these issues will be addressed in future releases of Safari and Opera... :whistle:
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