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Border 1.3

Add a border to any attached image in a post.

  1. AndyB
    Compatible XF Versions:
    • 1.2
    • 1.3
    • 1.4
    • 1.5
    Description:

    Add a border to any attached image in a post.

    (Example of Image without a border)

    pic001.jpg

    (Example of Image after border has been added)

    pic002.jpg

    (Example of Options page)

    pic003.jpg

    (Example of Group Permissions)

    pic004.jpg

    Requirements:

    ImageMagick must be installed on your server. To test if ImageMagick has been installed on your server, see if you can select ImageMagick in the Attachments options. If you don't have ImageMagick installed on your server, contact your web host and ask them to install it.

    Features:
    • Follows the Can Edit permission.
    • All phrases start with border_ for your convenience.
    Installation:
    1. Download border_v1.3.zip and unzip it
    2. Upload the Andy directory to your server, the correct location is library/Andy
    3. From your Admin Control Panel, go to the Install Add-on page
    4. Upload the addon-Border_v1.3.xml file
    5. Click the Install Add-on button
    How to use:
    1. Click the 'Border' link below the post.
    2. Click 'Add Border' link to attachment of choice.
    3. Click 'here' to return to the post.
    4. Reload the page.
    Sending a donation:

    If you like this add-on, please consider sending a small donation.

    https://www.paypal.me/andybajka

    Thank you.

Recent Updates

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Recent Reviews

  1. Walkman Archive
    Walkman Archive
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    I first tried this plugin but sadly couldn't get it to work. I contacted AndyB and he gently offered his help to see what's happening. He entered my site, discovered a small bug and quickly fixed it. Also released v1.1 for free. He's a true gentleman and a high-class programmer.
    The plugin works best with cropped screen captures, helping to see where the image starts and ends.