Zen Cart Larger Image Not Working
Any help would be very appreciated. 10 Aug 2007,01:41 AM #2 jettrue View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Totally Zenned Join Date Jan 2005 Location Please fee free to share this with all of your zencart "likes". Bookmark the permalink. ← Conticreative - introduction Memory_limit problem in Joomla with CommunityBuilder → 11 responses to “Zen Cart and the art of ImageHandling” Jpass | November 11, 2006 at 10:54 After the image is sent to the user's browser, it will be rescaled by the browser. check over here
You do not need to use sub directories for your images. asked 3 years ago viewed 440 times active 3 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 6 days Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition How to change slider dimensions Submit a ticket If you are still unable to find a sufficient tutorial regarding your issue please use the following link to submit a request to How to manage product images dimensionsZenCart.
Zen Cart 1.3.8Apache 2.0.54PHP 4.4.8-1LinuxWhat other info might you need? It's ok if you have just a couple of products. If you do not know how to do this see this tutorial. You should at least have a vague idea of how to use FTP, PHP and the Zen Cart file system.
Use your FTP program to upload these additional images to the same directory as the main image. Templates for Zen Cart 1.5.4, 1.5.3, 1.5.1, 1.5.0 Home About Contact Free Stuff Premium Templates - from $19 How to manage product images with Zen Cart August 14, 2010 in Zen MORE POSTS Yandex spiders problem Need to know how to do a few things...... Install Image Handler II add-on If you install this add-on, you just need to upload one product image (normal/large size) as usual -- by using the normal way of creating and
Thanks William_lc | June 11, 2007 at 5:31 pm | Reply And some more.. * Robert King | February 10, 2008 at 4:23 am | Reply Great article. It's available here. With Photoshop or many other (and cheaper) graphic programs you can even batch process your images to create thumbnails in a much faster fashion. It sorts alll that resizing of additional images out for you and speeds up your site...good luck!M There are some problems with your file namingA group should go like thisimg_product_images-photo_01.jpg (root
UPDATE: For Zen Cart 1.5, use Image Handler 4 instead. 2. e.g http://www.fmchase.com/images/large/Aquafresh%20little%20Teeth%20toothbrush_LRG.jpg returns a 404 (not found) error. Zen Cart displays images in 3 sizes for each product: Small - Thumbnail images displayed on the home page and product listing pages. this content more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
Again, I'll be happy to publish a step by step tutorial in a future article. Maybe, I'm reading your post wrong, though! Also, your thumbnails may look distorted and have jagged edges.
Fine tuning your image display sizes in the browser (OPTIONAL) If you think the default thumbnail or the medium images are too small, you can change the sizes in your admin
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Admin > Configuration > Images > Image - Product New Listing Width f. What happens to a medium whip's reach when Enlarge/Reduce Person changes its size category? Post By: guest | 01-13-2013 07:57 Reply Question Hi Community,I've been looking high and low to why my "larger image" code does not take me to a large version of my http://trisystech.net/zen-cart/zen-cart-ssl-not-working.html Thanks again for your quick response and great support! - Allan Attract More Sales With Our Premium Templates.
None of those affect the page I am having problems with, though.I have customized tpl_product_info_display.php but have checked to make sure that everything between bof Additional Images and eof Additional Images In this case the directory is images/womens. Create folders for images on your server (OPTIONAL) After a clean install of Zen Cart, you can create your categories, then create/upload your products at: Admin > Admin > Catalog > Auction mod invalid master category Something isn't right here.
I am even thinking of creating a template installation for Zen Cart that already has the image handler installed. Your Name Your Email Your Message (required) Knowledgebase and Documentation Shopping CartAbout UsSupportTestimonials Sign inNew Customer?My Account Web templatesCMS & Blog TemplatesE-commerce TemplatesWebsite BuilderTop Products Web templatesDynamic FlashProduct The template integrates perfectly with Zen Cart and it looks SO much better than most of the templates out there...and your support is top notch. - Kevin The ZenFlavor Templates are Any help would be very appreciated.