Home News Contact Us Forum About Us Demos Products F.A.Q.
Shopping Cart
You currently have 0 items in your cart.


Recent Events
  • 05/09/2017 BIG Autumn SALE

    Use AUTUMN17 coupon code to buy our WordPress or Joomla! extensions with 25% discount. Hurry up! The offer is valid till 11 September.

  • 14/04/2017 Happy Easter

    Wish a Happy Easter and give 30% discount for all our WordPress and Joomla! extensions. Use EASTER17 coupon code. The offer is valid till 17 April.


2Checkout.com, Inc. is an authorized retailer of goods and services provided by ARI Soft. 2CheckOut




Follow us on twitter



Welcome, Guest
Please Login or Register.    Lost Password?

Thumbnails based on height rather than width
(1 viewing) (1) Guest
Go to bottomPage: 1
TOPIC: Thumbnails based on height rather than width
#37613
Thumbnails based on height rather than width 4 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 0
Is there anyway to get the carousel thumbs to be based on height, rather than width (and keeping aspect ratio)?
I have several different size images, and I would prefer if I was able to set a height that I knew would be good for all of the images. The problem I'm having is when I set the height (to say 90 or so) and delete the width, when I save, the width is saved as 150 (it keeps coming back regardless).
Any suggestions as to how to solve this issue?
The administrator has disabled public write access.
 
#37621
Re:Thumbnails based on height rather than width 4 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 667
Hello,

Enter thumbnails height in "Thumbnail height" parameter in leave "Thumbnail width" parameter empty.

Regards,
ARI Soft
The administrator has disabled public write access.
 
#37644
Re:Thumbnails based on height rather than width 4 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 0
Actually I figured out what was going on, in the mod_aricloudcarousel.xml file the thumbnail height was set to default to 150, so everytime I saved with nothing in the width box, it put 150 there.

So I found this line:
Code:

<field name="imglist_thumbWidth" type="text" size="6" default="150" label="ACC_THUMBWIDTH_LABEL" description="ACC_THUMBWIDTH_DESCR" />



and changed it to this:
Code:

<field name="imglist_thumbWidth" type="text" size="6" default="" label="ACC_THUMBWIDTH_LABEL" description="ACC_THUMBWIDTH_DESCR" />



Now it works great, thanks for a wonderful module!
The administrator has disabled public write access.
 
Go to topPage: 1