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  1. Hello, Not sure I'm in the right section. I've just noticed something. In site > assets > files, there are folders apparently named after the id of the page in which the images are inserted in the admin. I'm developping a website locally this time, with version 2.5.0 now after an upgrade. It is the same for the first gallery rendered (before the upgrade) on it's own page and for the second gallery that've I've just rendered on the parent page of the page in which the images are inserted in the admin. For the first "gallery", the code is: foreach($page->children('include=hidden') as $child) { $thumb = $child->images->first()->width(320); echo "<a href='$child->external_url' target='_blank' rel='nofollow'><img src='$thumb->url' width='$thumb->width' height='$thumb->height' /></a>"; } (I've just updated this gallery code from width='320' height='200' to width='$thumb->width' height='$thumb->height') For the second gallery, it is: foreach($pages->get(1032)->images as $image) { $thumb = $image->width(90); echo "<a href='$image->url'><img src='$thumb->url' width='$thumb->width' height='$thumb->height' /></a>"; } For the first gallery, there are these versions: the original version (640x400), the .320x0.png version (320x200), in two folders a .300x212.png version (300x187 - perhaps old images with dimensions that I tested...(?)), and a .0x100.png version (160x100). For the second gallery, there are these versions: the original version (640x480), the .90x0.jpg version (90x68), and again a .0x100.jpg version (133x100). Where can I disable the creation of this .0x100.jpg version, in which file, is it "normal"? Thanks in advance !
  2. Hi all, I'm fairly new to Processwire. As far as I can see, it's a great tool to get my work done! There's just one question right now: Is there a way to define a fixed width and/or height for an image in the backend? I'm aware of the "maximum width/height" options, but I need a fixed width in my case. Images larger than the defined width should automatically downsize, images smaller should be rejected with an error. Regards, Thomas
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