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  1. #1
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    Hello,

    I am creating a website for a client, and he needs to upload photos to the site and when the photo is clicked it will link to a full size version. My problem is the CMS i am using resizes the image to the set 100px by 100px size, and does not keep a larger copy of the image. So I am wondering is there a way to resize an image to fit into a table cell instead of setting the image size in the <img> tag.

    Hasty responses please.

    website located at www.shedsandshades.com

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    The large copy is indeed there. It's just showing it in a 100px by 100px table cell (the size is set by the table dimensions and not by the img tag). Click on the image and it blows up to full size.

    In short, it's already how you want it to be, but the loading time is nuts. There should be a way for the CMS (cushycms) to create a thumbnail of small size, or else you'll have to do it yourself in a photo editing tool.
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    i haven't used the CMS so i'm not totally sure..

    but i reckon you should be able to upload both size images.. so chuck in the thumb one and link it to the big one (surely it's possible?)


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