Image Backgrounds Still Black Even When Set to White

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  • #911
    Dezzign
    Dezzign
    Participant

    Hello,

    Firstly, great plugin, well done! The latest update seems good although deeting all the old files and plugin before updating is a scary because you loose customisations. Although I deleted the plugin and the files as suggested it did still seem to remember some of the important settings for me.

    My questions is: throughout my search results generated by the plugin I have a Black background on all my png images. Although I have set the background option to white (fff) in the settings & manually edited the style1.css file to have a fff background I still get the black background. I have flushed all wordpress caches and have flushed the image cache in the Ajax search Pro plugin too, but I still get a black background. These are the plugin’s image cache settings: http://tinyurl.com/k7mysu8

    Just try to do some searches on this page here and you’ll see what I mean: http://www.copypastesoftware.net/video-example/

    Thanks in Advance
    Richard

    #912
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Indeed! I tested it and its broken. The problem was, that the new administrator interface outputs the color values in “rgba” format and the coloring algorithm awaits a hex format. I will fix it tomorrow morning in the repository, until then I will show you a quick temporary solution:

    Open up the wp-content/plugins/ajax-search-pro/includes/imagecache.class.php file and go to line 76, and you should see something like this:

        function img_resizer($src,$quality,$w,$h,$saveas, $color) {
            if (!extension_loaded('gd') || !function_exists('gd_info')) {
                return "";
            }
            $method = $this->can_get_file();
            if( $method==false) {
                return "";
            }   

    Change it to:

        function img_resizer($src,$quality,$w,$h,$saveas, $color) {
            if (!extension_loaded('gd') || !function_exists('gd_info')) {
                return "";
            }
            $color = "#ffffff";
            $method = $this->can_get_file();
            if( $method==false) {
                return "";
            }  

    Save the file, empty the search cache and the upcoming images should now have a white background.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


    #913
    Dezzign
    Dezzign
    Participant

    That worked like a charm! Thanks 🙂 While we’re on the subject, is it possible to set the image backgrounds as transparent instead of a color?

    Thanks Again
    Richard

    #914
    Dezzign
    Dezzign
    Participant

    Ok don’t fuss too much as I’ve just set the image background to match the container background and it gives the transparent background affect. The only problem is the rollover colour changes but I’ve set the colours very close so it’s hard to notice anyway. Thanks again for you help, much appreciated.

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