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Images are used in different ways by WordPress.You can use a theme with images in layout, place images within your post/page content, display images next to visitor's name called avatars etc

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actually creating both images--but they're both the exact same size, so one overwrites the other :) Try changing the last param to "true". add_image_size( 'featured1', 466, 316, true); add_image_size( 'featured2', 466, 260, true); …
answered May 25 '12 by MathSmath
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I cracked open the code and there doesn't seem to be a way to do this. The list of thumbnail sizes that WP iterates through while rendering those radio buttons is hard-coded, and there don't seem to …
answered Jan 26 '11 by MathSmath
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this manually. The add_image_size() function and the wp_get_attachment_image_src() function allow you to create and display alternate sizes for uploaded images. Rather than running … imagecreatefromjpeg() on every page load (which I assume is what you're doing based on your question), you can just create the images on upload (i.e., once). …
answered May 30 '12 by MathSmath
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generated. You could use this filter whenever you're adding an image of a certain "type", and then remove it immediately after. I guess your biggest challenge would be to figure out how to differentiate between images that need the extra sizes, and those that don't. …
answered May 25 '12 by MathSmath
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If those are the default alternate sizes, you don't need any code to do this. To get rid of the default alternate sizes, just go to Settings > Media in the admin, and set the sizes for "Thumbnail", " …
answered Apr 17 '12 by MathSmath
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I wouldn't bother doing that. I'd just find the places in your theme files that call the custom field (probably something like "echo get_post_meta('bigimage')" or something) and replace those with a …
answered Dec 26 '10 by MathSmath
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There is a helpful codex article about moving WordPress: http://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress. Basically, you need to find/replace the DB for instances of your old domain, and swap them with y …
answered Apr 25 '12 by MathSmath
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reference any assets in your theme (assuming your theme has an "images" subdirectory) is to do something like: <?php echo get_bloginfo('template_url') ?>/images/your_image.jpg The first part echoes the … , just as an illustration, the relative url to an example image: "images/my_image.jpg". On the homepage ("www.yourdomain.com/"), your browser will look for this image at "www.yourdomain.com/images
answered May 25 '12 by MathSmath
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images with posts: using a post_meta field to store the image path, using a post_meta field to store the image's media library ID (more on that later), or assigning the image to the post as an … ($post) { // See if there's an existing image. (We're associating images with posts by saving the image's 'attachment id' as a post meta value) // Incidentally, this is also how you'd find any …
answered Nov 23 '10 by MathSmath