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I use the Focus Labs 'master.config' system rather than the Bootstrap one but it's basically just a variation on the same theme AFAIK so hopefully this input will still be applicable. What I've found is that whilst, in theory, you're supposed to create the upload destinations before you can redefine them with your config file, in practice it is possible to ...


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Have a look at @objectivehtml's extremely powerful Photo Frame add-on. There is also a demo of it running on the front end. To get the same number of editing options, you may also need his companion Photo Frame Button Pack. There are several other packs for the add-on, for things like focus, text, filters, etc.


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The issue here is that your syntax is incorrect in a few ways. Within a File field tag pair you should not prefix variables with the parent tag (banner:). You should not include the directory name (home:) as prefix segment in the variable names. You're using lowercase for your manipulation names in your template, but uppercase in your settings (I'm not ...


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There's a tool for this kind of task on the Control Panel -> Tools -> Data -> Search and Replace. Just look for http://www.cool.pizza/assets/img/ and replace it by /assets/img/.


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I know this issue has been addressed multiple times in the support forums (and possibly already on EE Stack Exchange), but hopefully answering here too will be helpful to others down the road: The long URLs are the automatic naming convention that CE image uses to prevent naming conflicts, and to mitigate the possibility of overwriting images. However, you ...


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Agree with Lloyd_07. In addition, if you have got the time, you could setup environments https://github.com/focuslabllc/ee-master-config/tree/EE3 But if you dont want that, just a if else in config.php for ex. if ($_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] == "example.com") { $config['cp_url'] = 'https://example.com/admin.php'; $config['theme_folder_url'] = 'https://...


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You could also update the config.php file where the image paths are set, see ee docs regarding this migration process. https://docs.expressionengine.com/latest/operations/moving.html


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It's more a Wamp problem that an EE one, But open this file, inside your wamp install: wamp/bin/apache/conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf edit it and add (have to put path of your local site here: wamp/bin/apache/conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf : <Directory "D:/local_site_directory/www/site_name"> # maybe there is some comments here ... Options ...


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Think you're missing some key CE Image config variables - ce_image_current_domain and ce_image_document_root. I've got this setup using static.domain as the URL. Here's my config settings... Set some variables... $config['static_url'] = "http://static.${_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']}"; $config['static_path'] = "/...path-to.../static-ar/www/"; Set the upload ...


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Unless you'd like to roll your own module, try this module $25 which uses avairy: http://devot-ee.com/add-ons/image-editor


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I figure it would be possible to do this, but you probably need to write quite a large extension to channel images to make it possible. What's your skill level?


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You can use relative URL paths for you upload directories. Say you images are located at http://example.com/assets/uploads/images/image.jpg you can set your upload url to be relative by entering /assets/uploads/images/ for the uploaded destination url. Alternatively if you are using something like FocusLab's Master Config file you can use the upload config ...


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We forked and modified Bjørn Børresen's SEO Lite module to support basic OG meta tags. The module setting default image still requires an absolute URL; however, for the publish tab and per entry meta, we employed a file upload capability that taps into the native EE file manager and will add a full url dynamically based on file upload settings. Our changes ...


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