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Border 1.5

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:

    Must have ImageMagick PECL Extension installed on your server. Check if you can select this:

    Admin Control Panel -> Options -> Attachments -> Default Image Processor -> ImageMagick PECL Extension

    If you're not able to select ImageMagick PECL Extension, contact your web host and ask them to install it.

    Features:
    • Only JPEG and PNG attachment are shown.
    • All phrases start with border_ for your convenience.
    Installation:
    1. Download border_v1.5.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_v1.5.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 (Do a CTRL-F5 or similar command).
    Questions and Answers:

    Q: Can I add a border to a GIF image?
    A: No.

    Sending a donation:

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

    https://www.paypal.me/andybajka

    Thank you.
    samet54 likes this.

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.