mshick at March 29th, 2016 12:58 — #1
I just noticed that the inline images added through the wysiwyg editor get a sizing filter applied to the
=s1200 for large images,
=s600 for medium. This is problematic for a site that needs larger and/or responsive images. At the very least this should default to the native sizing, and ideally you'd be able to configure the defaults and there would be a way of setting the size manually through the wysiwyg interface.
The only workaround here I can find is to tell my client to edit the html. A very nasty solution.
mshick at March 29th, 2016 17:17 — #2
I recently created two pull requests to support a true "full" or native-sized image in the webhook CMS.
The current behavior remains supported through a new
L image size setting.
While I think a more comprehensive solution would involve configurable image presets, I think at a minimum a wysiwyg user should be able to embed a natively-sized image without editing the HTML.
Please +1 those PRs if you find this feature useful so it gets some attention.
gregnemes at April 13th, 2016 16:12 — #3
I'm also looking for a workaround here.
It's nice to have this feature as an option, but a way to disable it, or adjust the resize values would be better.
@mshick have you successfully changed the resize urls via the html editor? Whenever I change the values via the html editor and click save, i get the site rebuild complete message, but the image url (and accompanying resize value) never actually updates. If I want to update this value, I have to go the /json url of the cms page, change the value I want, click save, then there's an error, I have to go back to the regular cms page, and click save. Then the value is updated. I've not found any other combination of actions that allows me to update the resize url.
Is anyone else having this specific version of the problem?
mshick at April 13th, 2016 16:25 — #4
@gregnemes as far as I can tell there is no way to effect changes on many things in the html editor. Some routine seems to run to conform the data, and it wipes out anything you do...