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  1. Has anyone experienced a scenario where a PDF (or other) file that's been uploaded, and shows as having been successfully uploaded, is reporting as an improper size, and then doesn't load correctly when attempted to be accessed/downloaded/viewed from the website? I have a PDF that, I believe, was generated from Canva. It is 4.5MB in size. During upload, the JS upload GUI reports the proper size in the progress bar, but then once complete, shows a filesize that is not the same as the original (2.5MB in this case). Unfortunately, it also seems to break and corrupt the file. It is indeed smaller. Thus far, I've manually uploaded, via FTP, the file overtop of the one processed by ProcessWire, but if this comes up again, I'm not sure what to look at. I have FileValidatorSVG installed, but the file extension here is definitely PDF. Also installed that might process files: WireRequestBlocker, SearchEngine File Indexer, WebP to JPG. I thought I'd recently seen a topic about this, but when trying to find it again, was unable.
  2. This module won't suit everyone because... It requires what is currently the latest dev version of ProcessWire It requires your server environment have AVIF support Generating AVIF files is slow It offers fewer features than the core provides for WebP It is likely incompatible with the core WebP features so is an either/or prospect ...but it allows for the basic generation and serving of AVIF files until such time as the core provides AVIF features. Auto AVIF Automatically generates AVIF files when image variations are created. The AVIF image format usually provides better compression efficiency than JPG or WebP formats, in many cases producing image files that are significantly smaller in size while also having fewer visible compression artifacts. Requires ProcessWire v3.0.236 or newer. In order to generate AVIF files your environment must have a version of GD or Imagick that supports the AVIF format. If you are using ImageSizerEngineGD (the ProcessWire default) then this means you need PHP 8.1 or newer and an OS that has AVIF support. If you want to use Imagick to generate AVIF files then you must have the core ImageSizerEngineIMagick module installed. The module attempts to detect if your environment supports AVIF and warns you on the module config screen if it finds a problem. Delayed Image Variations Generating AVIF files can be very slow - much slower than creating an equivalent JPG or WebP file. If you want to use this module it's highly recommended that you also install the Delayed Image Variations module so that image variations are created one by one on request rather than all at once before a page renders. Otherwise it's likely that pages with more than a few images will timeout before the AVIF files can be generated. Configuration On the module configuration screen are settings for "Quality (1 – 100)" and "Speed (0 – 9)". These are parameters for the underlying GD and Imagick AVIF generation methods. There is also an option to create AVIF files for existing image variations instead of only new image variations. If you enable this option then all image variations on your site will be recreated the next time they are requested. As per the earlier note, the process of recreating the image variations and the AVIF files is likely to be slow. Usage Just install the module, choose the configuration settings you want, and make the additions to the .htaccess file in the site root described in the next section. How the AVIF files are served The module doesn't have all the features that the ProcessWire core provides for WebP files. It's much simpler and uses .htaccess to serve an AVIF file instead of the original variation file when the visitor's browser supports AVIF and an AVIF file named the same as the variation exists. This may not be compatible with the various approaches the core takes to serving WebP files so you'll want to choose to serve either AVIF files via this module or WebP files via the core but not both. Two additions to the .htaccess file in the site root are needed. 1. Immediately after the RewriteEngine On line: # AutoAvif RewriteCond %{HTTP_ACCEPT} image/avif RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !original=1 RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}/$1.avif -f RewriteRule (.+)\.(jpe?g|png|gif)$ $1.avif [T=image/avif,E=REQUEST_image,L] 2. After the last line: # AutoAvif <IfModule mod_headers.c> Header append Vary Accept env=REQUEST_image </IfModule> <IfModule mod_mime.c> AddType image/avif .avif </IfModule> Opting out of AVIF generation for specific images If you want to prevent an AVIF file being generated and served for a particular image you can hook AutoAvif::allowAvif and set the event return to false. AutoAvif generates an AVIF file when an image variation is being created so the hookable method receives some arguments relating to the resizing of the requested variation. Example: $wire->addHookAfter('AutoAvif::allowAvif', function(HookEvent $event) { $pageimage = $event->arguments(0); // The Pageimage that is being resized $width = $event->arguments(1); // The requested width of the variation $height = $event->arguments(2); // The requested height of the variation $options = $event->arguments(3); // The array of ImageSizer options supplied // You can check things like $pageimage->field, $pageimage->page and $pageimage->ext here... // Don't create an AVIF file if the file extension is PNG if($pageimage->ext === 'png') $event->return = false; }); Deleting an AVIF file If you delete a variation via the "Variations > Delete Checked" option for an image in an Images field then any corresponding AVIF file is also deleted. And if you delete an image then any AVIF files for that image are also deleted. Deleting all AVIF files If needed you can execute this code snippet to delete all AVIF files sitewide. $iterator = new \DirectoryIterator($config->paths->files); foreach($iterator as $dir) { if($dir->isDot() || !$dir->isDir()) continue; $sub_iterator = new \DirectoryIterator($dir->getPathname()); foreach($sub_iterator as $file) { if($file->isDot() || !$file->isFile()) continue; if($file->getExtension() === 'avif') { unlink($file->getPathname()); echo 'Deleted: ' . $file->getFilename() . '<br>'; } } } Saving an original variation file Because requests to images are being rewritten to matching AVIF files where they exist, if you try to save example.500x500.jpg from your browser you will actually save example.500x500.avif. You can prevent the rewrite and load/save the original variation file by adding "original=1" to the query string in the image URL, e.g. example.500x500.jpg?original=1. https://github.com/Toutouwai/AutoAvif https://processwire.com/modules/auto-avif/
  3. Hey @gebeer nothing dangerous 😉 I don't think that anybody except me was using this, but it's a breaking change... Anybody not using it can safely update. Before: {$img->maxSize(500,500)->murl} After: {$img->maxSize(500,500)->webp->url|vurl} This adds a version-url string for cache busting which is especially great when changing image focus point as then often the image url does not change (its still ...500x500...) but the image should get reloaded by the browser. This simple latte filter ensures that and the old ->murl had problems with webp so I changed it 🙂
  4. After a previous request for Webp support (6 years ago, times flies…) that Horst and Ryan kindly introduced in PW 3.0.132, I'm back with another request for a new image file format, AVIF, which has landed in almost all browsers. I'm actually surprised no one here in the PW community has been asking for AVIF support in ProcessWire as it seems to be provide much more consistent gains in compression and greater relative quality over Webp, and of course over good old JPEG. My experience using it definitely confirms this. I've been using Cloudinary to serve AVIF images to the browsers that support it, but of course I'd rather not use a third-party service, and use it natively in ProcessWire. Imagemagick supports AVIF if I'm not mistaken. Anyone else is interested?
  5. I've been meaning to revise PageimageSrcset for a while now, to remove some features that I felt were unnecessary and to implement a better rendering strategy. The result is PageimageSource. What does it do? It provides a configurable srcset method/property for Pageimage It allows WebP to be enabled for images it generates. It allows Pageimage:render() to return a <picture> element It provides a Textformatter that replaces <img> elements with the output of Pageimage:render() Although it is based on a current module, this should still be considered beta and not used in production without a prior development stage. Here's the README: PageimageSource Extends Pageimage with a srcset property/method plus additional rendering options. Overview The main purpose of this module is to make srcset implementation as simple as possible in your template code. For an introduction to srcset, please read this Mozilla article about responsive images. Installation Download the zip file at Github or clone the repo into your site/modules directory. If you downloaded the zip file, extract it in your sites/modules directory. In your admin, go to Modules > Refresh, then Modules > New, then click on the Install button for this module. ProcessWire >= 3.0.165 and PHP >= 7.3 are required to use this module. Configuration To configure this module, go to Modules > Configure > PageimageSource. Default Set Rules These are the default set rules that will be used when none are specified, e.g. when calling the property: $image->srcset. Each set rule should be entered on a new line, in the format {width}x{height} {inherentwidth}w|{resolution}x. Not all arguments are required - you will probably find that specifying the width is sufficient for most cases. Here's a few examples of valid set rules and the sets they generate: Set Rule Set Generated Arguments Used 320 image.320x0-srcset.jpg 320w {width} 480x540 image.480x540-srcset.jpg 480w {width}x{height} 640x480 768w image.640x480-srcset.jpg 768w {width}x{height} {inherentwidth}w 2048 2x image.2048x0-srcset.jpg 2x {width} {resolution}x How you configure your rules is dependent on the needs of the site you are developing; there are no prescriptive rules that will meet the needs of most situations. This article gives a good overview of some of the things to consider. When you save your rules, a preview of the sets generated and an equivalent method call will be displayed to the right. Invalid rules will not be used, and you will be notified of this. WebP If enabled, WebP versions of the image and srcset variations will be generated and these will be returned by Pageimage::srcset(). As with the default implementation, the image with the smaller file size is returned. In most cases this is the WebP version, but sometimes can be the source. Make sure to experiment with the quality setting to find a value you find suitable. The default value of 90 is fine, but it is possible that lower values will give you excellent kB savings with little change in overall quality. For more information on WebP implementation please read the blog posts on the ProcessWire website. Rendering These settings control how the output of Pageimage::render() is modified. Use Lazy Loading? When enabled this adds loading="lazy" to the <img> attributes. It is useful to have this on by default, and you can always override it in the options for a specific image. Use the <picture> element? When enabled, the <img> element is wrapped in a <picture> element and <source> elements for original and WebP variations are provided. This requires WebP to be enabled. For more information on what this does, have a look at the examples in Pageimage::render() below. Remove Variations If checked, the image variations generated by this module are cleared on Submit. On large sites, this may take a while. It makes sense to run this after you have made changes to the set rules. Please note that although the module will generate WebP versions of all images if enabled, it will only remove the variations with the 'srcset' suffix. Usage Pageimage::srcset() // The property, which uses the set rules in the module configuration $srcset = $image->srcset; // A method call, using a set rules string // Delimiting with a newline (\n) would also work, but not as readable $srcset = $image->srcset('320, 480, 640x480 768w, 1240, 2048 2x'); // The same as above but using an indexed/sequential array $srcset = $image->srcset([ '320', '480', '640x480 768w', '1240', '2048 2x', ]); // The same as above but using an associative array // No rule checking is performed $srcset = $image->srcset([ '320w' => [320], '480w' => [480], '768w' => [640, 480], '1240w' => [1240], '2x' => [2048], ]); // The set rules above are a demonstration, not a recommendation! Image variations are only created for set rules which require a smaller image than the Pageimage itself. This may still result in a lot of images being generated. If you have limited storage, please use this module wisely. Pageimage::render() This module extends the options available to this method with: srcset: When the module is installed, this will always be added, unless set to false. Any values in the formats described above can be passed. sizes: If no sizes are specified, a default of 100vw is assumed. lazy: Pass true to add loading=lazy, otherwise false to disable if enabled in the module configuration. picture: Pass true to use the <picture> element, otherwise false to disable if enabled in the module configuration. Please refer to the API Reference for more information about this method. // Render an image using the default set rules // WebP and lazy loading are enabled, and example output is given for <picture> disabled and enabled echo $image->render(); // <img src='image.webp' alt='' srcset='image.jpg...' sizes='100vw' loading='lazy'> /* <picture> <source srcset="image.webp..." sizes="100vw" type="image/webp"> <source srcset="image.jpg..." sizes="100vw" type="image/jpeg"> <img src="image.jpg" alt="" loading="lazy"> </picture> */ // Render an image using custom set rules echo $image->render(['srcset' => '480, 1240x640']); // <img src='image.webp' alt='' srcset='image.480x0-srcset.webp 480w, image.1240x640-srcset.webp 1240w' sizes='100vw' loading='lazy'> /* <picture> <source srcset="image.480x0-srcset.webp 480w, image.1240x640-srcset.webp 1240w" sizes="100vw" type="image/webp"> <source srcset="image.480x0-srcset.jpg 480w, image.1240x640-srcset.jpg 1240w" sizes="100vw" type="image/jpeg"> <img src="image.jpg" alt="" loading="lazy"> </picture> */ // Render an image using custom set rules and sizes // Also use the `markup` argument // Also disable lazy loading // In this example the original jpg is smaller than the webp version echo $image->render('<img class="image" src="{url}" alt="Image">', [ 'srcset' => '480, 1240', 'sizes' => '(min-width: 1240px) 50vw', 'lazy' => false, ]); // <img class='image' src='image.jpg' alt='Image' srcset='image.480x0-srcset.webp 480w, image.1240x0-srcset.webp 1240w' sizes='(min-width: 1240px) 50vw'> /* <picture> <source srcset="image.480x0-srcset.webp 480w, image.1240x0-srcset.webp 1240w" sizes="(min-width: 1240px) 50vw" type="image/webp"> <source srcset="image.480x0-srcset.jpg 480w, image.1240x0-srcset.jpg 1240w" sizes="(min-width: 1240px) 50vw" type="image/jpeg"> <img class='image' src='image.jpg' alt='Image'> </picture> */ // Render an image using custom set rules and sizes // These rules will render 'portrait' versions of the image for tablet and mobile // Note the advanced use of the `srcset` option passing both `rules` and image `options` // WebP is disabled // Picture is disabled echo $image->render([ 'srcset' => [ 'rules' => '320x569, 640x1138, 768x1365, 1024, 1366, 1600, 1920', 'options' => [ 'upscaling' => true, 'hidpi' => true, ], ], 'sizes' => '(orientation: portrait) and (max-width: 640px) 50vw', 'picture' => false, ]); // <img src='image.jpg' alt='' srcset='image.320x569-srcset-hidpi.jpg 320w, image.640x1138-srcset-hidpi.jpg 640w, image.768x1365-srcset-hidpi.jpg 768w, image.1024x0-srcset-hidpi.jpg 1024w, image.1366x0-srcset-hidpi.jpg 1366w, image.1600x0-srcset-hidpi.jpg 1600w, image.jpg 1920w' sizes='(orientation: portrait) and (max-width: 768px) 50vw' loading="lazy"> TextformatterPageimageSource Bundled with this module is a Textformatter largely based on TextformatterWebpImages by Ryan Cramer. When applied to a field, it searches for <img> elements and replaces them with the default output of Pageimage::render() for each image/image variation. Assuming a default set of 480, 960 and lazy loading enabled, here are some examples of what would be returned: Example <figure class="align_right hidpi"> <a href="/site/assets/files/1/example.jpg"> <img alt="" src="/site/assets/files/1/example.300x0-is-hidpi.jpg" width="300" /> </a> </figure> WebP enabled <figure class="align_right hidpi"> <a href="/site/assets/files/1/example.jpg"> <img alt="" src="/site/assets/files/1/example.300x0-is-hidpi.webp" width="300" srcset="/site/assets/files/1/example.300x0-is-hidpi.webp 480w" sizes="100vw" loading="lazy" /> </a> </figure> <picture> enabled <figure class="align_right hidpi"> <a href="/site/assets/files/1/example.jpg"> <picture> <source srcset="/site/assets/files/1/example.300x0-is-hidpi.webp 480w" sizes="100vw" type="image/webp"> <source srcset="/site/assets/files/1/example.300x0-is-hidpi.jpg 480w" sizes="100vw" type="image/jpeg"> <img alt="" src="/site/assets/files/1/example.300x0-is-hidpi.jpg" width="300" loading="lazy" /> </picture> </a> </figure> Because the variation is small - 300px wide - the srcset only returns the source image variation at the lowest set width (480w). If the source image was > 1000px wide, there would be a variation at both 480w and 960w. PageimageSrcset This module is built upon work done for PageimageSrcset, which can be considered a first iteration of this module, and is now deprecated. Migration PageimageSource is a simplified version of PageimageSrcset with a different approach to rendering. Most of the features of the old module have been removed. If you were just using $image->srcset(), migration should be possible, as this functionality is essentially the same albeit with some improvements to image variation generation.
  6. Hello all, I am trying to enable webp support for images, but i am having some problems with it. Somehow i have uploaded some images but i cannot delete them from field, when i try to delete it is log me out of processwire. See attached screenshots. P.s my server supports webp images. On my server logs i have only these errors: [Mon Jun 01 21:57:30.399211 2020] [fcgid:warn] [pid 26424] [client 162.158.88.107:22838] mod_fcgid: stderr: #4 /public_html/wire/core/ProcessController.php(337): ProcessWire\\Wire->__call('executeEdit', Array), referer: /setup/language-translator/edit/?language_id=1154&textdomain=wire--modules--languagesupport--languagesupport-module&filename=wire/modules/LanguageSupport/LanguageSupport.module [Mon Jun 01 21:57:30.399219 2020] [fcgid:warn] [pid 26424] [client 162.158.88.107:22838] mod_fcgid: stderr: #5 public_html/wire/core/Wire.php(380): ProcessWire\\ProcessController->___execute() setup/language-translator/edit/?language_id=1154&textdomain=wire--modules--languagesupport--languagesupport-module&filename=wire/modules/LanguageSupport/LanguageSupport.module [Mon Jun 01 21:57:30.399226 2020] [fcgid:warn] [pid 26424] [client 162.158.88.107:22838] mod_fcgid: stderr: #6 /public_html/wire/core/WireHooks.php(823): ProcessWire\\Wire- in /public_html/wire/modules/LanguageSupport/ProcessLanguageTranslator.module on line 634, referer: /setup/language-translator/edit/?language_id=1154&textdomain=wire--modules--languagesupport--languagesupport-module&filename=wire/modules/LanguageSupport/LanguageSupport.module Can anyone point me to right direction? Thanks in advance
  7. Tested on PW 3.0.148 on the image field and the site is able to upload and present the webp image on the front end, but in the admin I get a blank transparent image with the warning [image url].webp - not a supported image type Just wondered if the image field in new PW versions had a fix for this or not?
  8. Imagine you want to display an image on your website. Easy. Imagine you want to open the bigger version in a lightbox. Easy when using UIkit (or any other framework). Imagine you only want to add the lightbox link only if there is actually a larger version than the one displayed. Easy when using LATTE 🙂 <div n:if="$img = $page->image" class="uk-background-muted uk-padding-small uk-text-center" uk-lightbox > <a n:tag-if="$img->width > 800 || $img->height > 400" href="{$img->maxSize(1920,1920)->webp->url}" > <img src="{$img->size(800,400)->webp->url}" alt="{$page->title}" /> </a> </div> This takes care of so many things with so little and clean code: the n:if on the outer div makes sure that we don't get any errors if no image is uploaded the n:tag-if makes sure that the anchor wrapper is only added if the original image is larger than the thumbnail Note that you can assign $img directly in the n:if condition. No need for an additional {var $img = $page->image} at the top. For some that might be too short, but I like it 🙂
  9. Hey, so we all know about SEO and the importance of performance. Basically we do it, because if no one finds the website we just built, it´s frustrating. We all try to write clean markup, css and js code and most might have a webpack/gulp/whatever pipeline to minimize css&js. But when thinking about it, optimizing your pipeline might save you a few (hundreds) of kb, compared to loading an image with 1 mb that´s literally nothing and frankly just ridiculous. Don´t get me wrong, frontend pipelines are great and should be used, but let´s shift your "I will optimize the shit out of that 3 css lines" focus to something different: try to serve images as fast as possible, this is where the performance boost really happens. I´m no pro on processwire so far, but I built a very easy to use picture element, which some of you could find interesting: 1. the picture comes with 3 different sizes: one for mobile (keep in mind the double dpi, therefore width of 828px), one for tablet and one for desktop 2. the picture generates a webp version and the original file extension as a fallback 3. the filesize of each element is rendered within the "data" attribute 4. lazy loading(sooo important!!!) is done via the native 'loading="lazy"' attribute. Please try it out and see the difference ? I posted this so others can easily optimize their images, but I would also like to hear your suggestions in making it better. Maybe you could decrease the rendering time or maybe you have some easy improvements. Please let me know. Greetings from Austria! <picture> <source data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(828)->webp->filesize);?>" media="(max-width: 414px)" srcset="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(828)->webp->url) ?> 2x" type="image/webp"> <source data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(828)->filesize) ?>" media="(max-width: 414px)" srcset="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(828)->url) ?> 2x" type="image/<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->ext)?>"> <source data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(767)->webp->filesize) ?>" media="(min-width: 415) and (max-width: 767px)" srcset="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(767)->webp->url) ?> 2x" type="image/webp"> <source data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(767)->filesize) ?>" media="(min-width: 415) and (max-width: 767px)" srcset="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->width(767)->url) ?> 2x" type="image/<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->ext)?>"> <source data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->webp->filesize) ?>" media="(min-width: 768px)" srcset="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->webp->url) ?>" type="image/webp"> <source data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->filesize) ?>" media="(min-width: 768px)" srcset="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->url) ?>" type="image/<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->ext)?>"> <img data="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->filesize) ?>" class="img-fluid" loading="lazy" src="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->url) ?>" alt="<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->description) ?>" type="image/<?php echo($oElement->repeater_image->ext)?>"> </picture>
  10. Sorry to catch up this older topic again, but there seems to be no changes in sight so far. I also still would find it useful to have webp as input format. The need- or the wish- to use it, is from my experience originated in Google requesting (or recommending) webp format in order to reduce loading times when doing speed tests with lighthouse. So people start to use and store images in webp format. Then to convert them back to jpg or png just to output these as webp again makes no sense at all.
  11. I can't quite see how WEBP images are different from JPEGs or GIFs in this regard, and why they shouldn't be allowed as source images. All these formats are lossy and have the potential to look fantastically terrible when set to high compression rates, so there's really no ideal input format apart from TIFFs and lossless PNGs. The browser and OS support of WEBPs is such that we should allow them as source format if the server is configured to resize them. From what I've seen, most GD and Imagick installations these days handle WEBP just fine. With websites now outputting WEBP files, a growing number of PW users will expect to keep working with them as they've always been working with other common formats.
  12. I want to show a new website that I made at the beginning of this year using @bernhard's RockPageBuilder module: https://www.kurrat-terrassendaecher.de/ The client: Kurrat Terrassendächer (which translates to "Kurrat Terrace Roofs") is a dealer from germany that is specialized in building custom made terrace roofings, awnings and solar protection. The goal: The customer had a old website that was used as a basis for the new design. The new website should offer a more "catalogue-like" look with lots of information for the customer. Fortunately the client had access to high quality images of the products that really make the whole website shine. The page features three main categories: 1. Terrace Roofs 3. Solar Protection 3. Winter Gardens Each category subpage is made of modular content blocks: The user is able to make custom page layouts using these blocks directly in the frontend. With the RockPageBuilder module it is super fun an super straight forward to work with these content blocks. If you don't know this module yet I highly recommend to check it out! If you like the RepaterMatrix you will love this module. It is far superior IMHO! Inserting a content block looks like this: It is also possible to edit content on-the-fly in the frontend: As with the RepeaterMatrix each content block an also be added end edited in the backend of the page: Here you see the list of content blocks used on the home page. To edit a block, just click on it and you can edit it just like using the RepaterMatrix. Screenshots from the website: Modules used for this page: - RockFrontend (for asset bundling, minifying, etc.) - RockPageBuilder (instead of RepeaterMatrix! For building and editing all content in the frontend) - WireMailSMTP - PageImageSource (for creating webp image variations) - PrivacyWire (for cookie consent banner) - SEO Maestro - Redirects The frontend framework is UIKit
  13. When generating a WebP image from the originally uploaded file (not as a result of using the 'size()' method), I see the following file error in the logs: unlink: Given filename is not a file or link: /site/assets/cache/WireTempDir/.PFM0.24368300T1680350648RozEvGgLCG8JdZGUwLM/0/cookies.960x0.png-tmp.png Note that the actual original filename is 'cookies.png' -- but the error message appears to show PW has attempted to use a (non-existant) variation. The simplified code I'm using in the template (it will eventually be a srcset, hence the small 'width' to large file): // Cut code fetching the $img itself echo '<img src="' . $img->webp->url . ' " width="300">'; The strange this is, that the correct WebP image *is* generated and subsequently served ('cookies.webp'), it just throws a hissy fit while doing it (once generated no error is shown). This error does not occur when generating WebP images from variations. Is this a known issue, should I submit an issue on Github?
  14. WebP to JPG Converts WebP images to JPG format on upload. This allows the converted image to be used in ProcessWire image fields, seeing as WebP is not supported as a source image format. Config You can set the quality (0 – 100) to be used for the JPG conversion in the module config. Usage You must set your image fields to allow the webp file extension, otherwise the upload of WebP images will be blocked before this module has a chance to convert the images to JPG format. https://github.com/Toutouwai/WebpToJpg https://processwire.com/modules/webp-to-jpg/
  15. Hi all, I'm searching for Alpha/Beta tester of the new rewritten Croppable Image module. I opened a new repo on Github, with the name CroppableImage4: https://github.com/horst-n/CroppableImage4 It is a rewrite of the CAI3. I dropped all internal image manipulations, to be more future safe. Now I delegate all this to the parent core image fields methods. To be able to do this, I need to change some things and the module is no longer backwards compatible. A) For the alpha & beta testing, there is a new crop method name: $image->getCrop4(), this may be changed later to the legacy $image->getCrop() method. But for the testing period to avoid conflicts with CAI3, it is named getCrop4(). <- OBSOLETE, see the next post here in thread B) With the first param, you pass the cropname into the method. Optionally you can pass image processing options as a second param, like with the core image field. To do this, you may use an array or a selector string. C) You can use every known options param. Width, Height, Size is ignored! If you also want create WebPs in one go, please add "webpAdd" => true to the options array, (or webpAdd=1 to the options selector string)! D) The resulting image variation names will differ from those of the previous version 3! Please refer to the readme of the repo and, maybe compare it against the version 3, if you not already know it. Thats it so far. I have tested it a bit in the last days and haven't found any issues. But it would be nice if some of you can test it too.
  16. For whoever stumbles on this, the issue was exactly in the FileContentTypes. Every type that should be forced to download should have a "+" in front, which I did not have. So, this is the correct setup in config.php (for my case): $config->fileContentTypes = array( '?' => '+application/octet-stream', 'txt' => '+text/plain', 'csv' => '+text/csv', 'pdf' => '+application/pdf', 'doc' => '+application/msword', 'docx' => '+application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document', 'xls' => '+application/vnd.ms-excel', 'xlsx' => '+application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet', 'ppt' => '+application/vnd.ms-powerpoint', 'pptx' => '+application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation', 'rtf' => '+application/rtf', 'gif' => '+image/gif', 'jpg' => '+image/jpeg', 'jpeg' => '+image/jpeg', 'png' => '+image/png', 'svg' => '+image/svg+xml', 'webp' => '+image/webp', 'zip' => '+application/zip', 'mp3' => '+audio/mpeg', ); In addition, I wanted to use original file names, not the ones that Processwire creates when uploading files. This modification to Zeka's code manages that through html_entity_decode: if($input->urlSegment1 == 'download') { if($input->urlSegment2) { $names = array(); $urls = array(); $originalNames = array(); foreach ($page->handoff_files as $handoff_file_repeater) { $file = $handoff_file_repeater->file; $original_name_unencoded = html_entity_decode($file->uploadName); array_push($names, $file->name); array_push($urls, $file->filename); array_push($originalNames, $original_name_unencoded); } $key = array_search($input->urlSegment2, $names); if($key !== false) { wireSendFile($urls[$key], [ "downloadFilename" => $originalNames[$key], ]); } else { throw new Wire404Exception(); } } } else if($input->urlSegment1) { // unknown URL segment, send a 404 throw new Wire404Exception(); } foreach ($page->handoff_files as $handoff_file_repeater){ $file = $handoff_file_repeater->file; $fileSizeInBytes = $files->size($file->filename); $formattedSize = formatFileSize($fileSizeInBytes); $original_name_unencoded = html_entity_decode($file->uploadName); ?> <div class="file-block"> <div class="file-info"> <h3><?=$original_name_unencoded;?></h3> <p><?=$formattedSize;?></p> </div> <!--<a href="<?=$file->url;?>" download="<?=$original_name_unencoded;?>" class="download-button">download</a>--> <a href="<?= 'download/'.$file->name; ?>" download="<?=$original_name_unencoded?>" class="download-button">download</a> </div> <?php } ?>
  17. Sorry to bring a thread from the dead, but I'm banging my head against the wall with this. I'm by no means a processwire expert and this is probably the most in-depth I've ever gone into understanding it. I've used Zeka's solution. In 2023 you need to add <?php namespace ProcessWire; ?> for wireSendFile() to work. The URL segment works and creates a link to the file, but the file does not download - it opens in the browser. This is an example url with the downloads: https://zar.co.com/handoffs/hera-title-colorado-posters/ The URL segment gets appended after this, for example - ....colorado-posters/download/name-of-file.jpg This is my setup in the config.php: $config->fileContentTypes = array( '?' => '+application/octet-stream', 'txt' => '+text/plain', 'csv' => '+text/csv', 'pdf' => '+application/pdf', 'doc' => '+application/msword', 'docx' => '+application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document', 'xls' => '+application/vnd.ms-excel', 'xlsx' => '+application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet', 'ppt' => '+application/vnd.ms-powerpoint', 'pptx' => '+application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation', 'rtf' => '+application/rtf', 'gif' => 'image/gif', 'jpg' => 'image/jpeg', 'jpeg' => 'image/jpeg', 'png' => 'image/png', 'svg' => 'image/svg+xml', 'webp' => 'image/webp', 'zip' => '+application/zip', 'mp3' => 'audio/mpeg', ); Could someone point me in the right direction?
  18. Add Image URLs A module for ProcessWire CMS/CMF. Allows images/files to be added to Image/File fields by pasting URLs or using the API. Installation Install the Add Image URLs module. Configuration You can add MIME type > file extension mappings in the module config. These mappings are used when validating URLs to files that do not have file extensions. Usage A "Paste URLs" button will be added to all Image and File fields. Use the button to show a textarea where URLs may be pasted, one per line. Images/files are added when the page is saved. A Pagefiles::addFromUrl method is also added to the API to achieve the same result. The argument of this method is expected to be either: a URL: "https://domain.com/image.jpg" an array of URLs: ["https://domain.com/image1.jpg", "https://domain.com/image2.jpg"] Example: // Get unformatted value of File/Image field to be sure that it's an instance of Pagefiles $page->getUnformatted('file_field')->addFromUrl("https://domain.com/path-to-file.ext"); // No need to call $page->save() as it's already done in the method Should you have an issue using the method, please have a look at the "errors" log to check if something was wrong with your URL(s). WebP conversion The core InputfieldImage does not support images in WebP format. But if you have the WebP To Jpg module installed (v0.2.0 or newer) then any WebP images you add via Add Image URLs will be automatically converted to JPG format. https://github.com/Toutouwai/AddImageUrls https://modules.processwire.com/modules/add-image-urls/
  19. One of PW 3.010's major novelty was the introduction of Horst's new image resizing engine that uses ImageMagick. Now I understand that ImageMagick can convert images to Webp, the image format that Google says can reduce image size up to 34% compared to JPEG. Mozilla is apparently adding support to Firefox, and even the Safari team is playing with it, so it looks like Webp is soon going to be available in most major browsers. If Horst's module can be extended to add Webp conversion, that would be a great addition to PW's already very powerful image manipulation arsenal. I'm currently using the free ImageEngine Lite to serve Webp images to supporting browsers, and the results are impressive. I routinely get images that are between 25 and 60% smaller compared to JPEG, with the same visual quality. I would love to eliminate the need to rely on a third-party service though.
  20. Hi, i have implemented htaccess rewrite to our htaccess within section 8. i've followed this instructions and used method 2: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/webp-images-and-more/ I also added a hook to ready.php. The webp format is created and i can hardcode it into our main file. but our htaccess doesnt rewrite the url from png,jpg to webp? Does anyone have an idea?
  21. I'm a little late chiming in, but I'm building my first PW site and was looking to see if AVIF was supported and found this thread. I likewise am surprised this hasn't been requested more. AVIF is _much_ more impressive than WebP in my opinion. I would be happy if it behaved the same way as WebP support as described here: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/webp-images-in-pw/ I've yet to see an instance where AVIF was a larger image size than the source. Because browser support still isn't there on Edge, I'd want to use it with srcset fallbacks anyway.
  22. After enabling WebP support you may notice it can take a long time for ProcessWire to create WebP copies of all images and their variations. For instance, on a site I work on (with over 10k images), it was taking about 1 second per image, ie. more than 3 hours in total.. ? If you are comfortable around the command-line, you can use the cwebp program and this bash script to speed things up drastically. I have built upon this script and got things to work in combination with xargs and find, making it rather powerful for PW's purposes. 1. Save this script as 'convert-webp.sh' (or download the Gist from Github), and follow instructions ######################################################################################################### # # Fast Recursive Images to WebP converter # Customized for ProcessWire CMS/CMF <https://www.processwire.com> # # Author: Eelke Feenstra <dev@eelke.net> # Version: 001 # Based upon: https://github.com/onadrog/bash-webp-converter # # Quick & dirty script to add webp versions to all PNG / JPG / JPEG files inside your PW assets folder # # 1. Set this script to executable: # $ chmod +x convert-webp.sh # # 2. Check if cwebp is installed: # $ cwebp -version # If it is not, install: # $ brew install webp # Or follow instructions https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/download # and change $executable to cwebp's full path # # 3. Run the script directly on a folder: # $ ./convert-webp.sh /path/to/your/folder # ######################################################################################################### # Configuration executable="cwebp" # update this to reflect your installation! quality=90 # change to desired WebP quality ######################################################################################################### converted=0 skipped=0 echo "Entering $1" for file in $1/* do name="${file%.*}" echo "FILE: $file" echo "NAME: $name" # Skip the folder itself.. if [ "$name" = "./." ]; then echo "SKIP: $name" continue; fi if [[ $(file --mime-type -b $name.webp) == image/webp ]]; then echo "FOUND: $name.webp, skipping.." skipped=$((skipped+1)) elif [[ $(file --mime-type -b $file) == image/*g ]]; then echo "NOT FOUND: $name.webp" newfile(){ echo "$file" | sed -r 's/(\.[a-z0-9]*$)/.webp/' } $executable -q $quality "$file" -short -o "$(newfile)" converted=$((converted+1)) fi done echo "Converted $converted, Skipped $skipped" 2. Run to create webp versions of all jpg/jpeg/png images in a given folder (for example the site's homepage) $ ./convert-webp.sh /path/to/processwire/site/assets/files/1 3. And in order to create WebP copies of ALL images inside the /site/assets/files folder, you can run this script. It searches for all directories inside the files directory, and passes these to the convert-webp.sh script using xargs. $ find /path/to/processwire/site/assets/files -maxdepth 2 -type d | xargs -I '{}' ./convert-webp.sh '{}' Tested both on MacOS 12 and Debian
  23. Native AVIF support would be great for creating performant sites. When WEBP support was added to the core, it was done as a one-off addition. AVIF could be added in the same way by accessing an $image->avif property on the image object. However — I think @BrendonKoz touched on this above — adding more alternative output formats will probably require some rethinking to keep this part of the core modular. We'll definitely see more image formats being developed in the future, and it'd be great to access them from a single property or as a single parameter with formats and fallbacks, e.g. $image->url(300, ['format' => 'webp,png']).
  24. If using server side resize, a webp version of the uploaded image is automatically created (at least if the uploaded image is larger than the field's max dimensions). But when using client side resize this doesn't happen. Is it possible to have a webp version automatically created while using client side resize (without resorting to creating a variation)?
  25. Hi there, When I delete all image variants, ProcessWire does not remove previously generated webP files from the assets/files folder. The variants list is empty. PNG and jpeg images are removed just fine, but webP files are left on the server. This will increase dramatically disk space on bigger projects. How can I automatically clean up webP leftovers on deletion? Steps to reproduce: I am using a ProFields:repeater Matrix with a FieldtypeImage. webP variations are created with $img_1920->webp->url, $img_1600->webp->url ... in a <picture> element. 1. Within the repeater image field, → Variations → Delete checked → close the modal → Save 2. When I go to assets/files/1134/ all png variations are deleted. webP variations are still kept e.g. testgrafik-logodesign.1600x0se.webp, testgrafik-logodesign.1920x1080se.webp 3. When I open again the variations modal → the variation list is still empty, except the original file. 4. However deleting the repeater Item, will also remove all files from assets/files directory. ProcessWire 3.0.165
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