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mr.gamesbay
01 Sep 2006, 13:12
First, sorry about my bad english :rolleyes:

With this small hack, all large images in an IMG Tag will be resized after the site has loaded. With a click on the resized imge, it will open in an new window with the original size. Works in Firefox, Opera, IE and i think in all other browser.
Here is a Demo: Link (http://www.gamesbay.de/showthread.php?t=128)

Work with vB 3.6.0 - 3.6.4

INSTALLATION:

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- Copy the file resizevbimg.js in the dir clientscript.

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Open the file includes/class_bbcode.php
Search the line(~line 1887 ):

return '<img src="' . $link . '" border="0" alt="" />';
and replace with:
return '<img src="' . $link . '" border="0" alt="" id="vBCodeIMG" />';
Save and upload.

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Styles & Templates > Search the SHOWTHREAD Template
Seach:
<body onload="$onload">
Replace with:
<body onload="$onload;vbImageResize()">
Save the template.

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Styles & Templates > Search the NEWREPLY Template
Search:
<body$onload>
Replace with:
<body onload="$onload;vbImageResize()">
Save the template.

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- Styles & Templates > Style Manager > Common Templates > headinclude
Search:
<!-- / CSS Stylesheet -->
After, add:
<script type="text/javascript" src="clientscript/resizevbimg.js"></script>
Save the template.

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Styles & Templates > Style Manager > Main CSS > Additional CSS Definitions

After, add:
.vbimgcodelimit {
cursor: pointer;
border: dotted 1px black;
}
Save.
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Done :)

Terminatoronly
01 Sep 2006, 13:40
wow good hack :) installed ;)

Kaezul
01 Sep 2006, 13:51
Nice job. I've seen this done before, but never on [IMG] tags. Fantastic work.

principino1984
01 Sep 2006, 14:24
I just installed this hack, but...how does it work? I tried to upload a new pic, but it doens't resize it..

Marco

thedvs
01 Sep 2006, 14:59
that is one of the best mini hacks released for ages, many many thanks dude.
works in ie/firefox

FleaBag
01 Sep 2006, 15:38
I just came here to look for something like this after a member posted gigantic pictures! Thanks. :)

mr.gamesbay
01 Sep 2006, 16:16
I just installed this hack, but...how does it work? I tried to upload a new pic, but it doens't resize it..

Marco

All large images in an IMG Tag will be resized like in the demo URL in my first post :)

spetactical
01 Sep 2006, 17:27
Great work!

asj
01 Sep 2006, 17:37
Thanks for man

alkatraz
01 Sep 2006, 17:54
All large images in an IMG Tag will be resized like in the demo URL in my first post :)

are the images physicaly resized or do they just display at a smaller size?
edit: looks like it loads the full image then resizes it on the fly

GREAT HACK! THANKS

update: installed and works perfectly!

Get Shorty
01 Sep 2006, 18:26
Nice job. I've seen this done before, but never on [IMG] tags. Fantastic work.

This hack does the same thing...

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=118048

Quarterbore
01 Sep 2006, 20:08
Mine is not resizing either... This should work for all usergroups, right?

It may be my work lapptop as I have to use an older Java because of some specific apps I need... I'll see later if it works on other machines?

MentaL
01 Sep 2006, 20:17
great u sexy piece of ass.

Alex_
01 Sep 2006, 20:31
What happens with
[ url=blar ][ img ][ /img ][ /url ]
constructs? Which link will not work?

// Edit - hmhm url tags are converted within code boxes?!

Snake
02 Sep 2006, 00:01
Do you have some kind of a screenshot or something?

Y@M
02 Sep 2006, 00:15
First time i replay to someone.
Grate hack! Grate idea!
Thanks.

Quarterbore
02 Sep 2006, 00:38
Well, I just double checked my install and tested on Win XP SP1, Win XP SP and Windows 2000 and she don't work on my site... I am going to take it back off and try the other one :surprised:

Thanks for sharing as I need this bad but it doesn't like my setup I guess...

007
02 Sep 2006, 05:02
What kind of effect does this have on server load?

maximux1
02 Sep 2006, 19:38
Fantastic job on this -

We run an image heavy site with predefined dimensions and this method solves a huge layout problem for us.

R+

mIRCnet
03 Sep 2006, 11:50
Works like a charm on new posts with images, what about the old posts? do I have to reuild the threads cache?
Update: no need to do any thing as its based on JavaScript and will work automaticly, for the past posts it will show the orginal size then resize when the page done loading.

twitch
03 Sep 2006, 18:24
very nice, thanks

SparKeh
03 Sep 2006, 20:00
great hack, thanks

Settler
03 Sep 2006, 20:37
hi, sorry for mine english.
but this hack don't work on my forum 3.6.0
can you say me, where the problem is?
thank you,
mfg Settler

SparKeh
03 Sep 2006, 20:53
hi, sorry for mine english.
but this hack don't work on my forum 3.6.0
can you say me, where the problem is?
thank you,
mfg Settler

If you follow the instructions step by step as listed it should work no problem. Did you place the javascript file in the clientscript folder?

dtdesign
04 Sep 2006, 10:46
Can this be used in Journal Pages to do the same ?

mIRCnet
04 Sep 2006, 13:16
Can this be used in Journal Pages to do the same ?
Which Journal program do you use? I think if you are using vBadvanced CMPS it will work as its using the Forum BB Codes and settings.

ehsanix
04 Sep 2006, 17:43
thank u for this hack

janslu
07 Sep 2006, 20:15
mr.gamesbay,
you've made a terrific job. I am importing a large forum from smf to VB and I got tons of extremely large files that ruin my fluid xhtml page. Your hack saves me :)

There's just one thing that I think should be changed. It is illegal to declare more than one object with the same id on the same page. I think you should've used class for declaration:

1. for includes/class_bbcode.php:
return '<img src="' . $link . '" border="0" alt="" class="vBCodeIMG" />';
2. and one change in line #11 of resizevbimg.js:
if (docImg[i].width > vbimgcodeWidthMax && docImg[i].className == 'vBCodeIMG') {

What do you think?

g0rdy
10 Sep 2006, 00:05
Works with vBadvanced too:

mod the adv_portal template

find

<body>


replace

<body onload="$onload;vbImageResize()">


such an important mod never understood why it is never included on any bb software

Aeolian
10 Sep 2006, 18:46
if only this was a plugin :(

bolly.beats
11 Sep 2006, 22:09
Lol, didnt worked for me bro, but nice effort.

troux
12 Sep 2006, 21:06
INSTALLED. Works perfect.

Mдяc
14 Sep 2006, 06:02
yup, nice mods !! juz installed

premsuthan
14 Sep 2006, 11:04
working great, thx a lot

Codeman05
16 Sep 2006, 04:41
works great, thanks!

teedizz
16 Sep 2006, 07:19
will this work with 3.6.1

teedizz
18 Sep 2006, 03:29
will this work with 3.6.1

same question, different day....lol

Zia
18 Sep 2006, 11:37
hi..

it is resizing the image (decrease size) , not adding scroll bar ??

remasnet
18 Sep 2006, 18:48
great great great , installed and work perfect thanks man

iran.gs
20 Sep 2006, 13:59
Installed, all i can say is wow

Nathan2006
20 Sep 2006, 17:55
Thank you mr.gamesbay,

Working great and just what I needed :)

Install

newbe_haselina
21 Sep 2006, 04:26
It worked fine in 3.6 but as it seems it doesn't work in 3.6.1 ... any ideas what I have to do? Me and my team love this hack ... *smile*

Thanks for helping :-)

GNDI
21 Sep 2006, 12:45
This mod works perfectly with vb 3.6.1

However, i'll think the javascript need a modification, to open the new window in the same size as the image. Any one who can fix that?

dtdesign
21 Sep 2006, 17:18
Which Journal program do you use? I think if you are using vBadvanced CMPS it will work as its using the Forum BB Codes and settings.

I'm using vBadvanced CMPS v2.2.0 for my front page and I'm using this (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=96462) as my journal hack.

dtdesign
21 Sep 2006, 18:20
And I figured out why it wasn't working - I was editing the wrong style...

I've sent myself to the stupid corner for an hour..

daiver
22 Sep 2006, 01:27
Thanks. Works like a charm!

GNDI
22 Sep 2006, 07:21
lol :) have any one found a way to make it sizing the new windoe fit the image?

teedizz
22 Sep 2006, 22:48
Thanks, I installed this but i found 1 slight probelm.

This is also auto resizing members sigs who use the [IMG] tag. Is thier anyway to bypass sigs & just make it work for thread content only?

GNDI
23 Sep 2006, 10:11
try to move the secund template modification
Styles & Templates > Style Manager > Common Templates > headinclude

to
[CODE]Styles & Templates > Style Manager > edit Templates > postbit(_legacy)]

and tell us what happent

teedizz
23 Sep 2006, 17:41
Thanks, I installed this but i found 1 slight probelm.

This is also auto resizing members sigs who use the [IMG] tag. Is thier anyway to bypass sigs & just make it work for thread content only?


can someone help me with this please. Thanks.

Noonster
23 Sep 2006, 19:05
Does this work with Safari Browser on the mac??

iran.gs
23 Sep 2006, 20:36
i install this few days ago now dont code me but l think this slowed my site extremly this morning i installed a new style and my site speed has change to normal i could be wrong plz someone with more exper plz check if l am right or not.. thanks

teedizz
24 Sep 2006, 07:37
Thanks, I installed this but i found 1 slight probelm.

This is also auto resizing members sigs who use the [IMG] tag. Is thier anyway to bypass sigs & just make it work for thread content only?


bump

GNDI
24 Sep 2006, 07:46
i install this few days ago now dont code me but l think this slowed my site extremly this morning i installed a new style and my site speed has change to normal i could be wrong plz someone with more exper plz check if l am right or not.. thanks

UPS:
ofcourse it slows your site :) you are transfering significent more traffik on this way

I was thinking on another hack :(

mr.gamesbay
24 Sep 2006, 07:53
ofcourse it slows your site :) you are transfering significent more traffik on this way
But not more as a normal img tag, it's a js script. So no server side scripting.

teedizz
24 Sep 2006, 16:34
But not more as a normal img tag, it's a js script. So no server side scripting.


why couldnt you quickly answer my question while you were here? ..haha

mr.gamesbay
24 Sep 2006, 16:52
why couldnt you quickly answer my question while you were here? ..haha
Haha !?

Really, i don't know why i don't answer your question. Perhaps i had no time ......

Don't forget, this is a FREE Hack without any Support from me. I don't have much time, because i have a hard and time intensive job. If i will have in the near future more time, i will support my small hacks.

aGa
25 Sep 2006, 13:22
thank you ;)

zompus
25 Sep 2006, 14:02
Great hack, i've installed it here (http://www.psdspy.com/forums/image-showoff/200-rate-image-above-you.html).

principino1984
27 Sep 2006, 23:30
It wont work on my forum, the images stays at the dimension they are..nothin is resized... :cross-eyed:

Marco

transitbus
28 Sep 2006, 04:58
This would be great if it resized the pop up to the image and had an onclick close option

GoNz00
28 Sep 2006, 13:30
finally got round to installing this, top hack :) many thanks.

transitbus
02 Oct 2006, 17:30
I am uninstalling this mod/hack baecause of your refusal to support it and it's incomplete state. It need some basic functinality (auto window resizing and click to close) before it is ready.

If you are not going to support your own mod why post it?

mr.gamesbay
02 Oct 2006, 20:32
I am uninstalling this mod/hack baecause of your refusal to support it and it's incomplete state. It need some basic functinality (auto window resizing and click to close) before it is ready.

If you are not going to support your own mod why post it?

This mod is complete. If u need extra functions, u still have to wait if someone will realese it oneday for free.
Realy, i dont know how someone will need for this mini hack Support.

transitbus
02 Oct 2006, 20:49
no, this is a not an addon but a hack to make images resize. If it was complete you would have support for options instead of hard coding it into a php file or the js file. You have no options for closing the window once open and you have nothing for auto resizing the window once open.

refer to this mod for a finished product:

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=118048

mr.gamesbay
02 Oct 2006, 21:02
refer to this mod for a finished product:
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=118048

I know this mod too, its a fine one.
But if someone dont need many options (like me) and more sql database queries those one is the wrong.
Feel free and use what u like.

iran.gs
16 Oct 2006, 23:33
humm ever since i upgraded to 3.62 this hack wont work on my new 3.62 skins or any other skins older or newer it only works on the one i coded before upgrade is there any chance i am doing something wrong or this does not work on 3.62 ???? :(

keyness
18 Oct 2006, 20:29
It's working on my 3.6.2. This one is a lovely hack, thank you very much.

FeNeRisT
20 Oct 2006, 19:03
Danke

johnnyusa
20 Oct 2006, 21:11
Works like a dream on vb 3.6.2, thanks mate. INSTALLED

haytham
20 Oct 2006, 23:13
The only mod that worked for me..great thanks..INSTALLED

HAVOK USA
21 Oct 2006, 05:50
I have followed the instructions perfectly - two times now and it does not work.

Im using vb 3.62


can anyone help?

GNDI
01 Nov 2006, 22:11
do you have other scrips installed that might conflict with this one?

javo
05 Nov 2006, 03:46
Not working for me either on 3.6.1
I have no other mods that would affect it. I run a pretty vanilla site.

Any suggestions?

ashley53680
18 Nov 2006, 15:03
Anyone have this working on 3.6.3? I've tried a few times and I keep getting an error on the class_bbcode.php file. :(

MorrisMcD
19 Nov 2006, 04:47
Well freakin done!

Thank you

itsatonline
21 Nov 2006, 04:44
worked in 3.6.3 ??

Maksa
25 Nov 2006, 14:17
will it work with 3.6.4?

Jagiello
25 Nov 2006, 14:50
Excellent! This should be part of the official Distribution. Thanks!

Works fine for me with 3.4.6.

J.

GNDI
26 Nov 2006, 15:31
always working :)

Nathan2006
28 Nov 2006, 01:40
EDIT: Sorted it :)

mr.gamesbay
30 Nov 2006, 16:13
update!

I have tested this Hack with a 3.6.4 Board and this Hack work without any problems :)

ninjamaster
01 Dec 2006, 22:29
thanks :)

Greggg
11 Dec 2006, 10:30
Good job !!!

Thanks !!!

Goat Boy
11 Dec 2006, 12:08
update!

I have tested this Hack with a 3.6.4 Board and this Hack work without any problems :)

Loaded it on 3.6.4 about a week ago and it work flawlessly.

Great Job !

Jarllax
13 Dec 2006, 09:51
Thanks much, works great!

iran.gs
13 Dec 2006, 16:10
I installed it but it wont resize :( i used urs before it worked but on my other skins but not on this skin.

maybe i put this in a wrong spot

.vbimgcodelimit {
cursor: pointer;
border: dotted 1px black;
}

where should i add this before or after all the codes ?

this is all the codes plz take a look


/* ***** styling for 'big' usernames on postbit etc. ***** */
.bigusername { font-size: 14pt; }

/* ***** small padding on 'thead' elements ***** */
td.thead, div.thead { padding: 4px; }

/* ***** basic styles for multi-page nav elements */
.pagenav a { text-decoration: none; }
.pagenav td { padding: 2px 4px 2px 4px; }

/* ***** define margin and font-size for elements inside panels ***** */
.fieldset { margin-bottom: 6px; }
.fieldset, .fieldset td, .fieldset p, .fieldset li { font-size: 11px; }

/* ***** don't change the following ***** */
form { display: inline; }
label { cursor: default; }
.normal { font-weight: normal; }
.inlineimg { vertical-align: middle; }

.vbimgcodelimit {
cursor: pointer;
border: dotted 1px black;
}

Goat Boy
13 Dec 2006, 16:19
Did you insert the line
<script type="text/javascript" src="clientscript/resizevbimg.js"></script>
in all the headinclude templates for each style?

iran.gs
13 Dec 2006, 16:23
yes i did that also

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=$stylevar[charset]" />
<meta name="generator" content="vBulletin $vboptions[templateversion]" />
<if condition="$show['threadinfo']">
<meta name="keywords" content="$threadinfo[title], $vboptions[keywords]" />
<meta name="description" content="<if condition="$pagenumber>1"><phrase 1="$pagenumber">$vbphrase[page_x]</phrase>-</if>$threadinfo[title] $foruminfo[title_clean]" />
<else />
<if condition="$show['foruminfo']">
<meta name="keywords" content="$foruminfo[title_clean], $vboptions[keywords]" />
<meta name="description" content="<if condition="$pagenumber>1"><phrase 1="$pagenumber">$vbphrase[page_x]</phrase>-</if>$foruminfo[description_clean]" />
<else />
<meta name="keywords" content="$vboptions[keywords]" />
<meta name="description" content="$vboptions[description]" />
</if>
</if>

<!-- CSS Stylesheet -->
$style[css]
<if condition="is_browser('opera') AND !is_browser('opera', '8.0.1')">
<style type="text/css">
ul, ol { padding-left:20px; }
</style>
</if>
<!-- / CSS Stylesheet -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="clientscript/resizevbimg.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
var SESSIONURL = "$session[sessionurl_js]";
var IMGDIR_MISC = "$stylevar[imgdir_misc]";
var vb_disable_ajax = parseInt("$vboptions[disable_ajax]", 10);
// -->
</script>

<script type="text/javascript" src="clientscript/vbulletin_global.js?v=$vboptions[simpleversion]"></script>
<if condition="$show['popups']"><script type="text/javascript" src="clientscript/vbulletin_menu.js?v=$vboptions[simpleversion]"></script></if>
<if condition="$vboptions['externalrss']">
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="$vboptions[bbtitle] RSS Feed" href="external.php?type=RSS2" />
<if condition="$show['foruminfo'] OR $show['threadinfo']">
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="$vboptions[bbtitle] - $foruminfo[title_clean] - RSS Feed" href="external.php?type=RSS2&amp;forumids=$foruminfo[forumid]" />
</if>
</if>

Brew
02 Jan 2007, 01:44
One thing I noticed is that when you edit a post with this the image isn't resized when you're finished.

Great hack though...In a gaming site this would be a great addition!

KURTZ
08 Jan 2007, 02:52
actually i use the IMAGE RESIZER (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=118048) without any trouble :)

anyway thx for sharing ;)

kenfuzed
16 Jan 2007, 16:44
Works great on my 3.6.4 board, THANKS!

redspider
17 Jan 2007, 04:01
thank you I love it .

giotmuadong
07 Feb 2007, 02:22
work well, thanks :)
thanks for this perfect hack
work like a champ
you rock

6piston
08 Feb 2007, 12:06
hi GREAT MOD

is there a way of changing the size of the rezised images?
say from the current size (what size does it resize to anwyay? 500px wide?)
to say 200px wide or 300px wide?

Thanks!!!!
Tom

donaldgkimball
08 Feb 2007, 15:38
hi GREAT MOD

is there a way of changing the size of the rezised images?
say from the current size (what size does it resize to anwyay? 500px wide?)
to say 200px wide or 300px wide?

Thanks!!!!
Tom

Yes, Just go ahead and edit the part of the .js file to whatever size you need it.


This is a great feature. Thanks

harlita
18 Mar 2007, 08:33
the last step wasn't necessary for it to work on my 3.6.5 board.

excellent hack. thanks!

dragonlove
29 Mar 2007, 12:28
Hmm, I don't know what happened with my forum . I checked the installation many times, but it still didn't work, does it require something?

(I'm running it on my PC using php5.2.1 and mysql5.0.33 (apache2) and vbulletin 3.6.5)

thank you for your support

Ekshi
29 Mar 2007, 16:19
Thank you man nice mod.

alfaowner
15 Apr 2007, 23:27
Didnt work for me either on 3.6.4, no errors, just didnt resize my images???

cunder
25 Apr 2007, 13:08
Hello

Thank you man nice mod

But I use these mod vS-Hide.Hack.Resurrection.Expanded_2.8.1_by.Psionic.Vision

When someone presses on my site on the thanked button the pics reresize my images!

is there a way of changing wen someone press the thanks button en te pics don't stay resize !!!

thanks

BadgerDog
27 Apr 2007, 17:06
Can I edit the PHP file with just notepad, or do I need something specific for these file types?

Thank you...

Regards,
Badger

Edit: NM, I downloaded a freeware PHP editor just in case, which seemed to work fine... :)

BadgerDog
27 Apr 2007, 17:52
Works with vBadvanced too:

mod the adv_portal template

find

<body>


replace

<body onload="$onload;vbImageResize()">


such an important mod never understood why it is never included on any bb software

I have VBadvanced installed, but I didn't need to do this to make it work in v3.6.4? I just followed the author's instructions and it works fine, except of course, after displaying an edited post. The original large pic shows up there until you "submit" the edit and refresh the screen.

Should I be modding the "adv_portal template" as well, even though it seems to be working?

Nice mod and something like this should be included in original version.

Thanks

Regards,
Badger

wengi
30 Apr 2007, 13:07
Installed and working gr8 on 3.6.5

Regards
Wengi

kildjean
04 May 2007, 01:54
I have a suggestion, which I think it would be great...

You know when you click on the image that it pops up in a different window? You should make an addon to the script so it uses the Lightbox.js script to pop that image instead than a different window.

I'd love to see this implemented because it would make this script yet much cooler...

What do you think?

Kil

PS. I have this installed in 3.6.5 and it works just fine.

Lemac
10 May 2007, 16:16
Very Good!

ashraf_gawdat
11 May 2007, 13:54
mr.gamesbay,
you've made a terrific job. I am importing a large forum from smf to VB and I got tons of extremely large files that ruin my fluid xhtml page. Your hack saves me :)

There's just one thing that I think should be changed. It is illegal to declare more than one object with the same id on the same page. I think you should've used class for declaration:

1. for includes/class_bbcode.php:
return '<img src="' . $link . '" border="0" alt="" class="vBCodeIMG" />';
2. and one change in line #11 of resizevbimg.js:
if (docImg.width > vbimgcodeWidthMax && docImg[I].className == 'vBCodeIMG') {

What do you think?

I agree with this as it is not standard to have multiple id's in the same document. To install this hack with standards taken into consideration you may make the changes janslu mentioned above, but you must another 2 changes:

1. In line #13 of resizevbimg.js find

docImg[I].className = vbimgcodeClassName;

and remove it completely. Or you can just comment it by adding // (double slash) before the mentioned line.

2. In Styles & Templates > Style Manager > Main CSS > [I]Additional CSS Definitions
instead of adding
.vbimgcodelimit {
cursor: pointer;
border: dotted 1px black;
}

add
.vBCodeIMG {
cursor: pointer;
border: dotted 1px black;
}

And that's it.

Any way it is a good hack and I installed it.

ashraf_gawdat
11 May 2007, 15:04
To make modifications in less templates, Additional CSS Definitions template may not be modified at all. Instead, the same effect can be made using javascript.

In file resizevbimg.js:

find
docImg[i].onclick = vbImagecodeWinOpen;

After it add:
docImg[i].style.cursor = 'pointer';
docImg[i].style.cursor = 'hand';
docImg[i].style.border = 'dotted 1px black';

The same effect of editing the CSS in Additional CSS Definitions template will be done.

Using 2 cursor values (pointer & hand) instead of (pointer) only to be cross browser, as (pointer) value is valid only for NS6/ IE6.

Samy
20 May 2007, 10:04
In a version 3.6.7 the line modified in a file class_bbcode.php is: ~ line1937

cvn
31 May 2007, 04:24
Works on 3.6.7
Not work with Safari.

Thank you very much for your nice hack!

Click Installed now.

StuartDH
31 May 2007, 18:09
Can't seem to get it to work on 3.6.7PL1

I've got vbseo and vbadvanced installed, done everything in the insallation, added the body code for vbadvanced and tried the latest changes but nothing seems to get resized.

source code on the pages looks OK, but images are still large - http://www.wildaboutbritain.co.uk/forums/british-birds/11942-what-red-belly.html

BBI-Ross
02 Jun 2007, 16:36
Works fine here with 3.6.7PL1.

Cheers.

WarDoGG
06 Jun 2007, 19:58
thanks.. great mod ! works like a charm..

Zighinno
18 Jun 2007, 16:00
Thanks ;)

radarhunter
20 Jun 2007, 07:41
hey can u make this work with the Vbadvanced also ???


i mean to resize images on those is this possible ??????

eobie
20 Jun 2007, 17:46
installed and working like a charm

redslush
22 Jun 2007, 22:00
I would interest to know how to get this working for images displayed through a vbadvanced module.

Thanks

redslush
22 Jun 2007, 22:03
NM my previous request. I found it. works like a charm

CrAEckY
24 Jun 2007, 02:41
Well done! Great work! ;)

NoDRaC
02 Jul 2007, 16:02
good hack thanks

Kadi
24 Aug 2007, 15:05
Hi

Installed.

Thanks.

redslush
05 Sep 2007, 14:15
has anyone gotten this to work with 3.6.8? I had it working previously but now it no longer works after the upgrade.

edgecutioner
03 Oct 2007, 16:58
wow it's working on 3.6.8 except for the Additional CSS defintions... but it works fine! thanks!

rapidphim
14 Oct 2007, 04:26
can anyone tell if there is any modification for this mod to have thick/ darken background when click on the resize image to see full size?

LlanMan
23 Oct 2007, 09:43
Great hack, just what I was looking for only a hell of a lot better, muchos kudos.

TouranMan
28 Oct 2007, 22:16
wow it's working on 3.6.8 except for the Additional CSS defintions... but it works fine! thanks!

I have it working on 3.6.8 also and the CSS definitions work!

harlita
20 Dec 2007, 08:06
3.6.8 and CSS defs work as well.


Marking as installed. great hack. I used to have a different one running on a 3.6.5 board, but no longer functioned after a couple updates. This one works swell.

urdu
26 Jan 2008, 08:57
Thanks ... installed in 3.6.8

kronnos
30 Jan 2008, 16:14
Seems very nice.. is there a way to resize to different sized for different user groups?

BatMNet
02 Feb 2008, 11:18
Great work.. To let you know I have it working on vBul 3.7 Beta4 ;)

Also worked out how to get it running on Blog :D

FENIX
05 Feb 2008, 17:16
Also got it working on 3.7 beta 4.

Cheers :)

mr.gamesbay
07 Feb 2008, 15:04
Thanks for the infos. :)
Have it working on vB 3.7 Beta4, too.

cash7c3
08 Feb 2008, 05:33
thanks for the mod

kronnos
19 Mar 2008, 09:17
Is the demo link still working or is it just me?

FleaBag
21 Mar 2008, 00:18
The demo link doesn't work for me either friend.

jambo_1969
24 Mar 2008, 16:53
Awesome - thanks for this - all works inc Additional CSS on 3.6.8

steve1966
25 Mar 2008, 15:53
thanks

Cibberblackjam
29 Mar 2008, 05:22
nice job, thanks!!!

fulviods
17 Apr 2008, 12:51
thanks, work well on a 3.7RC1 ;)

Kadi
26 Apr 2008, 13:08
This mod was working fine till we upgraded to 3.6.10. :(

srikanthbr
01 May 2008, 10:49
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /home/desisha2/public_html/freakz/forum/includes/class_bbcode.php on line 1945

plz help

PHILIPS-08
25 May 2008, 08:09
Thanx for the mod let me install it

Acido
03 Jul 2008, 09:34
working on 3.7.2 and it Also work on blog entries.

Just modific the template named "BLOG"
search for:

<body $onload>and replace with:

<body onload="$onload;vbImageResize()">It's done.

Mazinger
16 Jul 2008, 20:02
The thread pages are not valid XHTML due to id="vBCodeIMG" which repeats in each image, and should be used one (unique). Any solutions to fix this?

ehsanix
21 Jul 2008, 21:06
i m still using this hack for resizing images among all related hacks (3.7.2)
thanks 2 dear author

kronnos
13 Feb 2009, 16:04
Any updates for 3.8.1?