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"Crop Thumbnails" made it easy to get exacly that specific image-detail you want to show in your featured image or gallery image.
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"Crop Thumbnails" made it easy to get exacly that specific image-detail you want to show in your featured image or gallery image.
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Crop-Thumbnails
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Crop-Thumbnails
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You may have a look on the <a href="https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/crop-thumbnails">Translation Page</a>.
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You may have a look on the <a href="https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/crop-thumbnails">Translation Page</a>.
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The "Adavanced Custom Fields" plugin has a functionality to add images to taxonomies. To add cropping functionality on these images you have to add a small code-snippet to your functions.php <a href="https://github.com/vollyimnetz/crop-thumbnails#filter-crop_thumbnails_activat_on_adminpages">Have a look on the github readme-page for details.</a>
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The "Adavanced Custom Fields" plugin has a functionality to add images to taxonomies. To add cropping functionality on these images you have to add a small code-snippet to your functions.php <a href="https://github.com/vollyimnetz/crop-thumbnails#filter-crop_thumbnails_activat_on_adminpages">Have a look on the github readme-page for details.</a>
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How to use this plugin on ACF taxonomy-images
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How to use this plugin on ACF taxonomy-images
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The plugin is especially useful for theme developers who want to keep full control over cropped image sizes. If you want to dive even deeper, you can get informations about the hooks and filters on the <a href="https://github.com/vollyimnetz/crop-thumbnails">github page of the plugin</a>.
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The plugin is especially useful for theme developers who want to keep full control over cropped image sizes. If you want to dive even deeper, you can get informations about the hooks and filters on the <a href="https://github.com/vollyimnetz/crop-thumbnails">github page of the plugin</a>.
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Yeah, there is a way. After the crop-thumbnails-modal closed it triggeres a javascript event on the body element. You could use jQuery to cache-break your cropped thumbnail (in backend-view). The event called "cropThumbnailModalClosed". The plugin also provides a global function that could be called (only in post-edit-view and mediathek) to do the cache-break. Example-Code:
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Yeah, there is a way. After the crop-thumbnails-modal closed it triggeres a javascript event on the body element. You could use jQuery to cache-break your cropped thumbnail (in backend-view). The event called "cropThumbnailModalClosed". The plugin also provides a global function that could be called (only in post-edit-view and mediathek) to do the cache-break. Example-Code:
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You can add the following filter in the functions.php of your theme to adjust the ratio of one or more specified image-sizes. CAUTION: use only when the ratios are really close.
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You can add the following filter in the functions.php of your theme to adjust the ratio of one or more specified image-sizes. CAUTION: use only when the ratios are really close.
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A documentation with a list of all actions and filters can be found on the <a href="https://github.com/vollyimnetz/crop-thumbnails">Github page of the project</a>.
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A documentation with a list of all actions and filters can be found on the <a href="https://github.com/vollyimnetz/crop-thumbnails">Github page of the project</a>.
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After you add the image-size any futher image uploads will produce a cropped image "my-custom-image-size" which you can use in post-loop:
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After you add the image-size any futher image uploads will produce a cropped image "my-custom-image-size" which you can use in post-loop:
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You can use "<code>add_image_size</code>" inside your functions.php to add additional cropped image sizes. <a href="https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/add_image_size/">See "add_image_size" documentation</a>.
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You can use "<code>add_image_size</code>" inside your functions.php to add additional cropped image sizes. <a href="https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/add_image_size/">See "add_image_size" documentation</a>.
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Where can I get developer information?
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Where can I get developer information?
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The crop-editor is also integrated in the list-view of the media library.
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The crop-editor is also integrated in the list-view of the media library.
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You have access to the crop-editor on the media-panel by clicking "Crop Featured Image".
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You have access to the crop-editor on the media-panel by clicking "Crop Featured Image".
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If you had viewed your image on the site before, your browser has cached the image. You can hard refresh the page by hitting: * "<code>CTRL + F5</code>" (on Windows) * "<code>Apple + R</code>" or "<code>command + R</code>" (on Mac/Apple)
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If you had viewed your image on the site before, your browser has cached the image. You can hard refresh the page by hitting: * "<code>CTRL + F5</code>" (on Windows) * "<code>Apple + R</code>" or "<code>command + R</code>" (on Mac/Apple)
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