October CMS Plugin to resize and compress images.

dev-master 2018-03-25 10:32 UTC



Resizes an image to the required dimensions. It accepts a string with a file path to the image or a October\Rain\Database\Attach\File object (you will have one of these if you have used the attachOne or AttachMany relationship)

Please note, the not found image can be overwritten via the settings in the admin area.

Using a string

Please note, if the filter alters the URL, you must apply resize afterwards

{{ 'assets/graphics/background.jpg' | theme | resize(500,500) }}

Using a variable

{{ property.image | resize(500) }}

Image Compression

The plugin integrates with the TinyPNG API to provide image compression. A developer API key is required, to obtain one visit Once obtained, enter it in the Image Resizer Settings area of October CMS backend.

TinyPNG offer 500 free compression per month, the plugin automatically caches resized images to save credits, an option to not compress certain images is also available.

If you are focussed on pagespeed, it is recommended to set your image quality at 70-80 to obtain the lowest filesize whilst still retaining high quality images.

With more options

See list of options below

{{ property.image | resize(500, false, { mode: 'crop', quality: '80', extension: 'png' }) }}
Key Description Default Options
mode How the image should be fitted to dimensions auto exact, portrait, landscape, auto, crop
offset Offset the resized image [0,0] [int, int]
extension The extension on the image to return auto auto, jpg, jpeg, gif, png
quality The quality of compression *requires cache clear 95 0-100
sharpen Sharpen the image across a scale of 0 - 100 *requires cache clear 0 0-100
compress Whether the image should be compressed or not. Only takes effect when TinyPng compression is enabled. true true,false

Usage in PHP

The image resizer can also be used easily in PHP, as follows:

use ToughDeveloper\ImageResizer\Classes\Image;

$image = new Image('/path/to/image.jpg');
$image->resize(150, 200, [ 'mode' => 'crop' ]);

Usage in Backend List

The image resizer can also be used on backend lists with the type of thumb, e.g.

	label: Image
	type: thumb

This works with:

  • AttachMany (uses first image) Docs
  • AttachOne Docs
  • Mediafinder Docs

You can also optionally pass width (default 50), height (default 50) and options as follows:

	label: Image
	type: thumb
	width: 75
	height: 100
		mode: crop