August 20, 2018 at 7:04 pm #999560
Can I set a parameter that will not resize images past their original pixel size in the Ajax portfolio?
I have a Ajax portfolio on this page: http://www.flylanddesigns.com/illustration-dark
When you click on a thumbnail, the Ajax portfolio shows the image previews as expected. The problem is that it always resizes these images to fill the space. This is fine for square images, but images that are portrait shaped (like a poster) usually end up getting resized so much that there is obvious pixelation and blurriness.
I do not want to upload larger images, because this is an art blog, and I have a problem with a lot of people downloading the images and printing and selling them. So I need to use low-res images only. I usually don’t upload any of these with a dimension larger than 800px.
My question is: Can I set it somehow so that the Ajax portfolio resizes the image to fill the space, BUT does NOT make it larger than the original upload size?
I’ve tried making the Ajax image preview area smaller – but the problem with that is then it makes the square images much smaller than they need to be – especially when using images that are very long in the horizontal direction, but not tall.
-SECOND: Is there any way to have the text that is in the second column of the Ajax portfolio pop-up stay in place when I scroll, so that only the Image List scrolls? That would be great, because sometimes my stack of images is quite large, and I’d like the project details to stay in one place.
August 21, 2018 at 9:45 pm #1000033
- This topic was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by flylanddesigns.
Unfortunately, it would require quite some time and customization of the theme to achieve this, so I am sorry to tell you that this is not covered by our support. However, if it’s really important for you to get this done, you can always hire a freelancer to do the job for you :)
BasilisAugust 22, 2018 at 1:58 pm #1000323
Thank you, I had a freelancer from Codeable to it for me pretty quickly, and it works great!August 22, 2018 at 3:03 pm #1000381
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