BIGACE has basic capabilities in image resizing.
This is currently neither a full featured image manipulation script nor a integrated application.
But if you want to resize an uploaded image without the need of:
there is a simple solution: BIGACE supports image resizing via URL parameter.
Lets assume, you uploaded an large image with the size of 1280px width and want to resize this to 350px, to use it in your website.
By adding the URL parameter w=350 (or resizeWidth=350) you achieve, that BIGACE renders your image with that new size, where the width is given by your parameter and the height is automatically calculated:
After you appended that parameter, click into the next input field, so the editor recognizes the changes. Then click that “reload” icon, so the editor fetches the new size and displays the image with proper dimensions.
If you use URL Rewriting, your URL could look like this:
Then you append the parameter with a ? as delimiter:
If you do not use URL rewriting, you URL will look like this:
Then you append the resize parameter, using the & as delimiter:
The following parameter exist:
If you only append one parameter of w and h, the other one is calculated. This will fit in most situations. You can also append both parameter, but you might want to activate cropping by appending c=true if you do not keep the aspect ratio of the image.