Epic #77810: Improve (responsive) image handling
Tailoring image according to the retrieved screen width and height from WURFL.xml
I am using Multi-channel contexts: WURFL extension to retrieve screen resolution's of different devices throgh each http request. The retrieving part is working well. Then I want to use this height and width of screen to tailor my images on the webpage and load the page with tailored images according to the corresponding end user (mobile, tablet,...).
My idea is to use userFunc property and call the corresponding function which is tailoring the images in the relevant php file of the "Resize images automatically " extension.
But I don't know if it is possible at all and whenn yes, how?
I would appreciate if you could update me about it.
#4 Updated by Riccardo De Contardi almost 2 years ago
In TYPO3 v.8 it is possible to set up multiple cropping variants (see documentation here https://docs.typo3.org/typo3cms/extensions/core/8.7/Changelog/8.6/Feature-75880-ImplementMultipleCroppingVariantsInImageManipulationTool.html) ; then you can modify the partials of the content elements
to use the
<picture> element, or the
srcset attribute (see https://responsiveimages.org/) or even something like Foundation Interchange (https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/interchange.html)
#5 Updated by Riccardo De Contardi over 1 year ago
- Status changed from Needs Feedback to Closed
- Parent task set to #77810
Hello Rozita; sorry for the late answer - I hope it is ok for you if I close this issue for now, as such a topic requires concepts, blueprints, planning and people who actively work on it. At the moment it does not seem to happen.
After the concepts are discussed, then fresh issues (Tasks, Features) must be created if it comes to a core integration.
Feel free to open a discussion or a new issue on that if you feel that is important for you, writing in detail your ideas. In the meanwhile, I add your issue as related to #77810 to keep track of it.
P.s. if I am not misunderstanding it, the WURFL API usage has a license and a price.