Monthly Archives: November 2010

jQuery Image Resize Plugin v2.1.1

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The latest release for jQuery Image Resize Plugin fixes a nasty bug and as the following updates:

  • Fixed: Plugin stops working if height parameter was left out.
  • Optimised the whole plugin by reducing excessive function calls.
  • Improved code structure for quick execution.
  • Smaller minified version.

Download the latest version: http://github.com/adeelejaz/jquery-image-resize/downloads
Report any bugs: http://github.com/adeelejaz/jquery-image-resize/issues

jQuery Image Resize Plugin v2.1

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The latest version of jQuery Image Resize plug-in is out and includes the following updates:

  • The plugin doesn’t need both height and width parameters anymore. The plugin caters for just one parameter e.g. if width parameter is supplied, the plugin works out the height and vice versa.
  • Fixed a weird IE6 bug.
  • Chainability – The plugin now returns the jQuery object. So, now you can do stuff like $(".resizeme").aeImageResize({width: 250}).css('color', '#000');
  • More optimised.
  • Minified using Google Clousure (like jQuery).

Download the latest version: http://github.com/adeelejaz/jquery-image-resize/downloads
Report any bugs: http://github.com/adeelejaz/jquery-image-resize/issues