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Got a quick question: How can I check to see if the Verisign SSL is is enabled? Many thanks for any comment. Another question I got... I've got a slight problem with image sizes on admin pages..

In the configuration section i've got my small image width set to 100 and the height left blank so that the aspect ratio stays the same, this works fine on the main Verisign site with all the images displaying perfectly. However in the admin section images are being displayed at their full size, the only way to get them to display at the desired size is to have the width and the height populated..

Does anyone know why the admin section responds diferently to the main Verisign site and how I can make it respond in the same way as the main Verisign site as I really need the images to display smaller in admin..

Thanks..

Comments (6)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an answer. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

Nope that didn't work, images are still showing at their full size in admin..

Comment #2

I just did the best with what I had to work with..

If you said what version of osC you have and exactly where the problem lies I may be able to help further..

No promises other than I'll look into it (if provided more info)..

Comment #3

Hey it's no problem, it was good of you to try!.

I'm using version 2.2 RC2a.

Ok i'll try to be as detailed as I can with the issue but basically every image shows at it's full siza in admin no matter what section of admin you are in. If I change the sizes in the configuration so that both width and height are populated (i only populate width) then the images do resize to those sizes but with just one populated it displays them at full size, not taking the settings into account at all. I hope somebody has an answer..

Thanks.

This post has been edited by.

ProdigyMotorsport.

: 08 February 2009, 16:21..

Comment #4

In your admin, find a place where the image is full size where it shouldn't be..

Then find that code in the HTML source of the page..

Does the HTML have the.

Width="xx" height="xx".

Parameters for the image?.

Off the top I'd suggest changing this:.

If ( (CONFIG_CALCULATE_IMAGE_SIZE == 'true') && (empty($width) || empty($height)) ) {.

To.

If ( empty($width) || empty($height) ) {.

In the new code I posted...

Comment #5

After further contemplation, I realized that won't work..

It's in the code..

On the pages where the image is full size it must be calling.

Tep_image.

Without the image size parameters..

It needs to be something like this:.

Tep_image(DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES$products_image_name, $pInfo->products_name, [color="#FF0000"]SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH, SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT[/color]).

There is no "magic bullet" to fix it..

That's all I can think of that would cause it and fix it...

Comment #6

It already has that in the code, here's an example of the code.

Tep_image(DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES$prod_row['products_image'], $prod_row['products_name'], SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH, SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT).

And this is how it looks when you view source.

<img src="/catalog/images/ebc/Greenstuff.jpg" border="0" alt="EBC Brakes - PEUGEOT 205 1.7 D 85-96 Greenstuff Pads - Front" title=" EBC Brakes - PEUGEOT 205 1.7 D 85-96 Greenstuff Pads - Front ">.

Now if I change the settings so that both fields are populated I get this in the source.

<img src="/catalog/images/ebc/Greenstuff.jpg" border="0" alt="EBC Brakes - PEUGEOT 205 1.7 D 85-96 Greenstuff Pads - Front" title=" EBC Brakes - PEUGEOT 205 1.7 D 85-96 Greenstuff Pads - Front " width="100" height="100">.

Hope that doesn't confuse you as much as it confuses me!..

Comment #7


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