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Image Upload

Post by dmzx » 30 Jan 2017 19:10

Extension Name: Image Upload
Author: dmzx & martin

Extension Description:
This extension will add an upload system for images to your forum.
This will allow you to host your own images from your server rather than use a 3rd party.
Allowed extensions 'gif', 'jpg', 'jpeg', 'png'
Set permission for groups, default only admin group can upload images.




Added new copy function
Added code for members to see own uploaded images. On posting page and Index page.
Added UPC setting for uploaded images on index to show for member.
Added direct insert to mchat on index. (if mchat is installed)

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Added multiple delete in ACP
Added sorting


Added allowed extensions

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Note: You need to disable and delete data for this version. If you already use images make a backup from Files folder and place them back after update.
Added md5 for file names.
Added ACP option to see / delete images.
Added a button on the posting page that open a nice popup.
Added size and width/height to show on upload.
Code update.

Screenshots:
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Extension Download:
Download-link
Image Upload v1.0.4
Installation:
  1. Download the latest release.
  2. Unzip the downloaded release, and change the name of the folder to `imageupload`.
  3. In the `ext` directory of your phpBB board, create a new directory named `dmzx` (if it does not already exist).
  4. Copy the `imageupload` folder to `/ext/dmzx/` if done correctly, you'll have the main extension class at
    (your forum root)/ext/dmzx/imageupload/composer.json
  5. Navigate in the ACP to `Customise -> Manage extensions`
  6. Look for `Image Upload` under the Disabled Extensions list, and click its `Enable` link.

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