Free Download anySize – Caching image resizer (Nulled) [Latest Version]
anySize is a lightweight, drop-in, fully automated, caching, make-you-coffee-and-serve-it-in-bed script that lets you request and generate images (jpg, gif or png) of any size.
You upload “image.png” to your image folder, “images”
The image is returned at its native resolution
A thumbnail is presented
A medium sized image is presented
An image with max width 150px and max height 100px is presented. Aspect ratio is maintained.
An image with width 150px and height 100px is presented. Aspect ratio is NOT maintained.
And now for the awesome:
When you request an image the first time the result is stored in a cache folder and all further requests use that cache. Image file updated and re-uploaded? No need to flush the cache; everything is automatically taken care of!
Want to define the size of your “thumbnail” image? Want to add a “megaawesome” option so you can request images/image.png?s=megaawesome ? Want to disable arbitrary resizing (options 4 & 5)? No problem! Everything is set up in the first few lines of the code using intuitively-named variables. Works out of the box but is extremely easy to customize.
The following are flags and variables the system understands:
s: (Set Size)
Returns an image of a pre-determined size (as set at the top of the anySize.php file)
The default sizes out of the box are:
- s=thumb: max size 60×60 image.
- s=small: max size 200×200 image.
- s=medium: max size 400×400 image.
- s=large: max size 800×800 image.
Note: These sizes are truly simple to change, add, remove, etc. Comments in the file show how to edit these sizes.
Returns an image with a width of 100px. Unless specified, aspect ratio is preserved.
Returns an image with a height of 100px. Unless specified, aspect ratio is preserved.
a: (Aspect Ratio)
Returns an image with a width of 100px and a height of 150px; Aspect ratio is ignored and the image WILL be 100px wide and 150px tall if a=false
Note: If you set both w and h and do not set a to “false” the system will produce an image that fits within the box defined by w and h while maintaining the aspect ratio. Essentially w and h, when set together, form a bounding box for the result image. See Example 4 for how this might look in code.
But wait! There’s more!
Included in the anySize download is a speed-optimized version of the script that uses just the size flag (s) and boosts the cache speed for truly lightweight and lightening fast operation.
- August 7th 2009: Added transparency support for PNG and GIF files.
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