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  1. Hi, i am trying to add a select options - field to one of my images fields. Usually you create a new template "field-FIELDNAME" and add the custom fields for the images there. I have a textarea field which is visible, but the options field isn't there. Can you help? Ryan has select options in his example: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/pw-3.0.142/
  2. Hi there, I am trying to convince a client to use image tags in a future version of the website. The plan is to have one image container per page and use tags to differentiate between different roles (header image, gallery, slider...). I thought it would be great to show also the image tags in the backend (thumbnail) overview without having to scroll through potentially long lists or clicking on every single image to see how it is output. I could not find a setting, a module or handy little hook that accomplishes this task, but maybe you have a solution? Cheers, Flo
  3. <!--Content with Image left--> <?php $i = 2; foreach($page->page_content as $each) { if( $i%2 == 0 ){ ?> <section class="imageblock about-1"> <div class="imageblock__content col-md-6 col-sm-4 pos-left animated fadeInLeft"> <div class="background-image-holder"> <?php $option1 = array( 'quality' => 60, 'upscaling' => true, 'cropping' => true, ); $pravin= $each->single_image->size(790,650,$option1); ?> <img alt="image" src="<?php echo $pravin->url; ?>" /> </div> </div> <div class="container container-body"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-5 col-md-push-7 col-sm-8 col-sm-push-4 animated fadeInUp"> <?php echo $each->body; ?> </div> </div> <!--end of row--> </div> <!--end of container--> </section> <!--Content with Image on left--> <?php } else { ?> <!--Content with Image on right--> <section class="imageblock about-1"> <div class="imageblock__content col-md-6 col-sm-4 pos-right animated fadeInRight"> <div class="background-image-holder"> <?php $pravin= $each->single_image->size(790,650,$option1); ?> <img alt="image" src="<?php echo $pravin->url; ?>" /> </div> </div> <div class="container container-body"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-5 col-sm-8 animated fadeInUp"> <?php echo $each->body; ?> </div> </div> <!--end of row--> </div> <!--end of container--> </section> <?php } ++$i; } ?> <!--Content with Image on right--> How to set the image quality as per desired.. I tried using the above code but I get the original image size..
  4. I only now discovered that it's possible to declare individual input-field widths. Excellent feature! However, image-fields are not supported. Well, the fields are resized, but it seems to be still "display: block" i.e. each image-input field is displayed one below the other. With image-heavy pages, it would be cool to say e.g. "image input field: width: 33%" and being able to show more images per row. This would make sorting much easier. Right now I have to resize the browser content (CTRL -) so I can see more images per screen real estate. Even then, I have to often move an image up or down several times to reorder them. I guess all it would take is changing / adding a CSS property somewhere? e.g. from "display: block" to "display: inline" or similar.
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