WOOF_Image :: thumb_link( Arguments $args = array() )


  • String The HTML for the MasterPress thumb. (requires JavaScript augmentation to work correctly).

Creates a thumbnail link to a larger full size image, which is highly useful for lightbox plugins and so on.



  • Arguments $args = array()

    An arguments array or string supporting the following parameters:

    • fullsize => an arguments array / string for the fullsize resize params. If not specified, the unprocessed fullsize image will be used. default – not set
    • thumbsize => an arguments array / string for the thumbnail params.
    • full => a WOOF_Image object to use for the fullsize image (can only be used when passing an ARRAY version of the arguments in). default – not specified (which uses THIS image)

    The params accepted by either of the above can be as follows, OR you can provide these at the top level, which will cause the method to assume this applies to the thumbnail:

    • c => Whether the image should be cropped to fit the dimensions given (only applicable when BOTH dimensions are given). If you don’t crop, the image may contain whitespace to fill the shorter dimension – default 1 (true)
    • w => The width to resize to – default 0 (i.e. unspecified)
    • h => The height to resize to – default 0 (i.e. unspecified)
    • q => The image quality to use for JPEF images – default 85
    • ca => The location to crop from (crop anchor) when cropping is required – default 0 (unspecified), but can be
      • L = Left (Middle)
      • TL = Top-Left
      • BL = Bottom-Left
      • R = Right (Middle)
      • TR = Top-Right
      • BR = Bottom-Right
      • T = Top (Center)
      • B = Bottom (Center)
      • C = Center
    • iar => whether to ignore the aspect ratio and simply squash or stretch the image, without cropping or whitespace – default 0 (false)
    • up => whether to allow UPsizing of an image – default 1 (true)
    • co => An x,y offset to the crop anchor. default “0,0”

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