This filter automatically resizes images to their width and height dimensions.
Users never have to worry about uploading pre-sized images again; they can just
insert an image, set its width and height properties, and the image is
automatically resized on output.
Installation and Usage
Install this module using the official Backdrop CMS instructions
Visit the configuration page under Administration > Configuration > Content
authoring > Text editors and formats (admin/config/content/formats) and click
'Configure' next to the text editor you want the image resize filter enabled
Check the box for 'Image resize filter' under the list of filters.
IMPORTANT: Re-order your enabled filters under 'Filter processing order'.
If using the Image Resize Filter on the 'Filtered HTML' text editor, you MUST
- That the
<img>tag is in the list of allowed tags, and
- That the 'Image resize filter' is run BEFORE the 'HTML filter'.
If using the Image Resize Filter with BBCode or some other non-HTML filter,
the 'Image resize filter' must be run AFTER the BBCode filter. If using
Pathologic, Image Resize Filter
must be run AFTER the Pathologic filter too, since Pathologic must correct
image path locations for Image Resize Filter to find the images.
- That the
Optional: Click the Image resize filter tab underneath 'Filter settings' to
set additional configuration for the the image resize filter.
Further usage instructions can be viewed and edited in the Wiki.
Bugs and Feature requests should be reported in the Issue Queue.
It is important to understand that Image Resize Filter has absolutely no effect
on the content creation form. If you are having trouble resizing an image in an
editor or editing a piece of content, DO NOT file an issue with Image Resize
Filter. This module is only responsible for the display of output and has
absolutely no effect on editing or creating new content.
- Current development is supported by Aten Design Group.
- Ported to Backdrop CMS by Peter Anderson.
- Some past Backdrop development was supported by CEDC.
- Originally written for Drupal by Nate Lampton.
This project is GPL v2 software. See the LICENSE.txt file in this directory for