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This extension allows you to show thumbnails of images that scale with the browser window. Find an example below:
 
This extension allows you to show thumbnails of images that scale with the browser window. Find an example below:
  
<pic src="http://www.linuxintro.org/images/Bash-scripting-mindmap.jpg" width=40% align=auto caption="resize your browser and I will grow ;)" />
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<pic src="http://www.linuxintro.org/images/Bash-scripting-mindmap.jpg" width=40% align=auto caption="resize your browser and I will grow ;)" border=1 />
  
 
==Download instructions==
 
==Download instructions==

Revision as of 17:29, 31 January 2015

AdaptiveThumb is a MediaWiki extension that allows you to create a thumbnail for an image that scales with the browser size.

Download, Code, Bugreporting here: https://github.com/tstaerk/adaptivethumb

adaptivethumb@mediawiki: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:AdaptiveThumb

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What can this extension do?

This extension allows you to show thumbnails of images that scale with the browser window. Find an example below:

resize your browser and I will grow ;)

Download instructions

Download the package here: https://github.com/tstaerk/adaptivethumb/archive/master.zip.

Installation

To install this extension, in this example for Linux, unpack it to the $IP/extensions folder:

extensions# unzip master.zip

A new folder $IP/extensions/adaptivethumb will be added. Make sure its owner:group is www-data:www-data or whatever you apache is running as:

extensions# chown -R www-data:www-data adaptivethumb

Add the following to LocalSettings.php:

require_once("$IP/extensions/adaptivethumb/adaptivethumb.php");

Usage

To use this extension, simply put a <pic> tag into your mediawiki markup like this:

<pic src="/mindmap.jpg" width=30% align=right caption="this is a mindmap" />

See also