Directory Image Resizer

Pre-sizing your image assets can be a pain, not only do you have to do it for every single one, you have to re-do it when the design spec changes and whenever the source image is revised. It sucks. Wouldn’t it be great if the images just resized themselves? Well thats what the Directory Image Resizer Does.

Directory Image Resizer is a script that lives in your images directory and, with a neat and clear pseudo directory, resizes all your local and remote images for you. Simple to use and understand DIR works transparently and without ugly get variables.

Check out the Directory Image Resizer example page and take a look at what it can do and how it does it. If you want to use it yourself, or just want to poke around and see the code, head on over to the github page and fork it.

Fist Plugin in the WordPress extend directory: PGI Inventory Plugin

Earlier today the I uploaded my first plugin to the WordPress extend directory, an inventory display and management plugin made for my current employer PGI Auto. Admittedly this plugin is a little abstract for the average site user but if your an automotive dealer, or making a site for one, and your using the Autobase inventory management system, this this will set you up right. It covers the full gamut of features including importing from multiple sources at once. it designed with gull customizability in mind, with movable and selection filters and display option on the search page and a customizable module layout of the details page. If your not to into the customization you can enable a default white stylesheet or turn it off to be left with a bare skeleton. Continue reading “Fist Plugin in the WordPress extend directory: PGI Inventory Plugin”