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Reating thumbnails with php using the gd library
 

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    • reating Thumbnails with PHP using the GD LibraryBy Angela Bradley, About.com GuideSee More About:the gd librarygraphics in phpphp code examples1 of 4 Previous NextBefore You BeginWhen viewing files online, it is often necessary (or at least convenient) to be able to create a thumbnail image on the fly. Youmay want to create previews of photos you are linking to, or perhaps resize photos for your website to a more user friendly sizewithout having to bother with a graphics program.In this tutorial we will explore how to do this using imagecopyresized () and usingimagecopyresampled. We will also covercalling the image from the PHP file, as well as saving the image to your server.Before you begin, you should have a general knowledge of PHP and know a little about theGD Library. Also be sure you areactually running the GD Library on your version of PHP.Using Imagecopyresized ()When using imagecopyresized () we have a number of parameters that need to be entered. They are: destination_image,source_image, starting_X_ordinate, starting_Y_ordinate, initial_X_image_startpoint, initial_Y_image_startpoint, width, height,original_width, original_height.Here is an example of how to resize an image to a certain % of its original size, and keep it proportional. Pay attention to thecomments in the code, as they explain what we are doing in each step. <?php // The file you are resizing $file = your.jpg; //This will set our output to 45% of the original size $size = 0.45; // This sets it to a .jpg, but you can change this to png or gif header(Content-type: image/jpeg); // Setting the resize parameters list($width, $height) = getimagesize($file); $modwidth = $width * $size; $modheight = $height * $size; // Creating the Canvas $tn= imagecreatetruecolor($modwidth, $modheight); $source = imagecreatefromjpeg($file); // Resizing our image to fit the canvas imagecopyresized($tn, $source, 0, 0, 0, 0, $modwidth, $modheight, $width, $height); // Outputs a jpg image, you could change this to gif or png if needed imagejpeg($tn); ?>
    • Using Imagecopyresampled ()If you need a good quality reduction, and imagecopyresized () doesnt look nice enough, you may have better luckwith imagecopyresampled (). The parameters you need to define inimagecopyresampled () are: destination_image, source_image,starting_X_ordinate, starting_Y_ordinate, initial_X_image_startpoint, initial_Y_image_startpoint, width, height, original_width,original_height.Here is an example of how to use imagecopyresampled (). If you are having trouble understanding, be sure to pay attention to thecomments in the code, they explain everything that is going on in each step. <?php // The file you are resizing $file = yourfile.jpg; //This will set our output to 45% of the original size $size = 0.45; // This sets it to a .jpg, but you can change this to png or gif header(Content-type: image/jpeg); // Setting the resize parameters list($width, $height) = getimagesize($file); $modwidth = $width * $size; $modheight = $height * $size; // Resizing the Image $tn = imagecreatetruecolor($modwidth, $modheight); $image = imagecreatefromjpeg($file); imagecopyresampled($tn, $image, 0, 0, 0, 0, $modwidth, $modheight, $width, $height); // Outputting a .jpg, you can make this gif or png if you want //notice we set the quality (third value) to 100 imagejpeg($tn, null, 100); ?>Using The Thumbnail ImagesTo use your thumbnail images you have two options: you can call the .php file directly, or you can save the new image youcreated.If you are using the .php file directly, you must be sure that nothing else is sent to the browser from the PHP file (text forexample), that would keep it from being read as an image. You can link it the same way you would link any other graphic: <imgsrc="http://www.my_site.com/my_thumbnail_program.php">You can also save the image through the imagejpeg () function (or gif or png.) Below is an example of how you would do this: <?php //Name you want to save your file as $save = myfile.jpg; $file = original.jpg; echo "Creating file: $save"; $size = 0.45; header(Content-type: image/jpeg) ; list($width, $height) = getimagesize($file) ; $modwidth = $width * $size; $modheight = $height * $size; $tn = imagecreatetruecolor($modwidth, $modheight) ; $image = imagecreatefromjpeg($file) ;
    • imagecopyresampled($tn, $image, 0, 0, 0, 0, $modwidth, $modheight, $width, $height) ; // Here we are saving the .jpg, you can make this gif or png if you want //the file name is set above, and the quality is set to 100% imagejpeg($tn, $save, 100) ; ?>This code saves the thumbnailed file onto your server as whatever you specified($save). You can then call this new graphic filedirectly, and do not need the PHP again once the image file has been created.PHP Thumbnail Image creation scriptCreating thumbnail images is a very common requirement. Many scripts use this to create thumbnails of uploadedimages or any stored images. We will learn how to create thumbnail images while uploading images to the server.Please read the tutorials on file upload when register_global is off to know how to upload files to the server withnecessary permissions in PHP 5.The file ( or image ) will be first uploaded to a directory and then one thumbnail image will be created in adifferent directory. So for creating the thumbnail we will check the file extension ( it is gif or jpeg image ) but tokeep the script simple we are not checking here the file size. So if the file size is to be restricted then file sizevalidation is to be added. You can see how the file size checking is done in file upload tutorial.This script is tested with PHP 5.2.6 with register_global is OFF. Please update your script if you have downloadedthe old version of this.<FORM ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" ACTION="addimgck.php" METHOD=POST>Upload this file: <INPUT NAME="userfile" TYPE="file"><INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Send File"></FORM>We will now see the addimgck.php file and check the code to create the thumbnail image. We will upload the fileto the upimg directory and check to see if file upload is successful or not.// Below lines are to display file name, temp name and file type , you can use them for testing your scriptonly//////echo "File Name: ".$_FILES[userfile][name]."<br>";echo "tmp name: ".$_FILES[userfile][tmp_name]."<br>";echo "File Type: ".$_FILES[userfile][type]."<br>";echo "<br><br>";
    • ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////$add="upimg/".$_FILES[userfile][name]; // the path with the file name where the file will be stored, upload is thedirectory name.//echo $add;if(move_uploaded_file ($_FILES[userfile][tmp_name],$add)){echo "Successfully uploaded the mage";chmod("$add",0777);}else{echo "Failed to upload file Contact Site admin to fix the problem";exit;}Now the image is uploaded to the directory and from that image we will create thumbnail image of it. We will firstset the height and width of the thumbnail images to be generated. Then we will check the type of the file andnow we are checking for file type of gif and jpeg and if the image is not of this type then we are terminating thescript giving an error message.///////// Start the thumbnail generation//////////////$n_width=100; // Fix the width of the thumb nail images$n_height=100; // Fix the height of the thumb nail imaage$tsrc="thimg/".$_FILES[userfile][name]; // Path where thumb nail image will be stored//echo $tsrc;if (!($_FILES[userfile][type] =="image/pjpeg" OR $_FILES[userfile][type]=="image/gif")){echo "Your uploadedfile must be of JPG or GIF. Other file types are not allowed<BR>";exit;}Now let us start with gif file thumb nail image creation. We will first read the height and width of the uploadedimage and then resize it to our thumbnail image size. Note that in some GD library support GIF version is notincluded so to check that we have used one if condition and accordingly used jpeg support. We will be usingimagecreatetruecolor to retain the actual color combination of the main picture.//////////// Starting of GIF thumb nail creation///////////if (@$_FILES[userfile][type]=="image/gif"){$im=ImageCreateFromGIF($add);$width=ImageSx($im); // Original picture width is stored$height=ImageSy($im); // Original picture height is stored
    • $newimage=imagecreatetruecolor($n_width,$n_height);imageCopyResized($newimage,$im,0,0,0,0,$n_width,$n_height,$width,$height);if (function_exists("imagegif")) {Header("Content-type: image/gif");ImageGIF($newimage,$tsrc);}elseif (function_exists("imagejpeg")) {Header("Content-type: image/jpeg");ImageJPEG($newimage,$tsrc);}chmod("$tsrc",0777);}////////// end of gif file thumb nail creation//////////////////////// starting of JPG thumb nail creation//////////if($_FILES[userfile][type]=="image/pjpeg"){$im=ImageCreateFromJPEG($add);$width=ImageSx($im); // Original picture width is stored$height=ImageSy($im); // Original picture height is stored$newimage=imagecreatetruecolor($n_width,$n_height);imageCopyResized($newimage,$im,0,0,0,0,$n_width,$n_height,$width,$height);ImageJpeg($newimage,$tsrc);chmod("$tsrc",0777);}//////////////// End of JPG thumb nail creation //////////Same way we can add other graphics format like BMP, PNG etc to the systemDownload the ZIP file here thumbnail.zip