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Increasing Product Image Size


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I have been searching all the post and faq on the site but can't find a good way to increase my product picture size on the final product page. Is there a way u can increase the image size with out make the other pictures large as well ( the left side and right side also increases when u adjust the image in admin). I'm using 2.2 version. I read in faq about increase image size but it was written in 10-2001 so it doesnt work for the 2.2 version. Any help would be great. This is an awesome program by the way.

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Hi,

 

Me on my client site all my images are 300 x 400 or 400 x 300 (20 to 25k)

and in the admin configuration/images i have it set up like this:

 Images  



Title Value Action  

Small Image Width 100   

Small Image Height 0   

Heading Image Width 0   

Heading Image Height 0   

Subcategory Image Width 0   

Subcategory Image Height 0   

Calculate Image Size true   

Image Required true  

and if you want to take a look http://www.charme-et-vous.com/catalog/

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In the admin control panel those settings dont work and make the other pictures in the left and right columns the same size as the product picture. I need something else that only increases the product image. Can u adjust one of the product php files? Please advise anyone...

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I have been searching all the post and faq on the site but can't find a good way to increase my product picture size on the final product page. Is there a way u can increase the image size with out make the other pictures large as well ( the left side and right side also increases when u adjust the image in admin). I'm using 2.2 version. I read in faq about increase image size but it was written in 10-2001 so it doesnt work for the 2.2 version. Any help would be great. This is an awesome program by the way.

 

You can also use a quick fix (hack) as following:

1) after loading all SMALL images (in normal admin process), as *.gif files, upload also the corresponding *.jpg files (i.e. if you have a product called black shoe, and the product image is prod_black_shoe.gif, then prepare and upload the big image, prod_black_shoe.jpg, INTO THE SAME DIRECTORY as *.gif image).

 

2) hack the popup_image.php file from the catalog directory as following:

- locate the line situated immediately after <body> tag

- replace it with:

<?php echo tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . substr($products_values['products_image'],0,-3)."jpg", $products_values['products_name']); ?>

-save

 

3) check your web catalog 8)

 

If you read carefully the instruction, you understand that the popup window will load a picture file with the same name as the file stored into the database, but having the *jpg extension instead *.gif.

 

Gupi

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