- This extension requires registration to download.
Insert the normal way to your article, or module, or anywhere your image, re-size (if you want) and that's it.
If you still have the problem you describe, can you please contact with us via our webpage so we assist you to resolve it?
One thing to be aware of, if you're using TinyMCE as your editor, you have to go to Extensions > Plug-in Manager > Editor TinyMCE - and in the first drop down box choose: Extended. This will allow the proper tabs to show up in the image editor when you add an image using TinyMCE while editing an article.
Thanks for the great extension!
In IE image loads instantly.
In chrome and firefox it keeps loading and never appears....
Any clue why is this happening? Thank you
Just contact with us for any problem you might face via our Web sure and we will do our best to assist you.
I wanted a plug-in to open a lightbox (or similar) to display original image, on clicking image thumbnail in front-end article.
SP Thumbnail was very simple to install and use, and the facility to use CSS class(es) to control lightbox is exactly what I need. Well done! Modal window opens very fast.
However, it does not seem to generate a thumbnail for the small view - but uses the original image, scaled by attributes of img element - no saving in page display times etc for large original images.
So a miss for me I am afraid.
I eventually found SP thumbnail which is exactly what I am looking for. Word of warning though: you do have to register before downloading. Once you have registered, go away and do something else for about 10 minutes, because the login isn't immediate.
I like this plugin because you can set up a class for any image you would like to resize. This makes it ideal for people who can't/don't want to trawl through loads of code.
The registration process on the website is buggy, annoying and completely redundant.
I deinstalled the extension because it did not fit my needs. It did not make an extraordinarily good impression on me.
Instead I now use another free J!1.6-extension with far more options and no annoying registration.
Appreciate the comments. We already take in consideration the registration issue and took action.
Perfect when you need a simple yet effective tool to manage simple article images.
This function should be implemented directly into new joomla release.
Excellent work, I hope that upgrades will follow in the next future to give final user a smooth control over options, such as classes.
The only thing I discovered that I hope will follow up in a future release is the ability to to add more than one class to the image without having to do this to the plugin settings, like: class1 class2
Right now I cannot add two classes to an image from the content editor (eg: JCE editor) unless these two classes are added to the plugin settings for the class option as well. Adding just class2 in the plugin settings won't work if I add another class from my content editor. It would be great if whatever class is set in the plugin can append to any other class I apply to the image (like align-left, align-right, etc).
Overall, it's still a great plugin.
Thanks for your comments. We will see if it's possible to add this functionality.