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Ability to create (responsive) versions of images in EpiServer

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Hi n00b here.

recently switched to episerver and was under the impression (from a demo) that episerver has the ability to render a number of images (3?) when a user uploads an image to the CMS. the idea being that which ever device the user is viewing the front end website that determines which images is served to the user.

is that available or is it an add-on.

cheers

#143306
Jan 19, 2016 23:42
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It's not built into the product so you'll have to create this yourself. A lot of people is using ImageResizer together with EPiServer. There is a plugin for ImageResizer that works together with the javascript library slimmage.

http://imageresizing.net/blog/2013/effortless-responsive-images

If you have an image uploaded in EPiServer you would get the image url with the UrlHelper, Url.ContentUrl(ImageContentLink), append a "width" query parameter to the URL and add a "slimmage" CSS class to the image tag.

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Edited, Jan 20, 2016 11:07
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Thanks Mattias...!

#143559
Jan 26, 2016 23:44
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I know ImageVault has the ability to create multiple formats when uploading too if you need a more powerful DAM

#143570
Jan 27, 2016 8:45
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thanks....!

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Feb 05, 2016 0:08
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