$media->resize($width, $height = null, $quality = null)

Resizes the file according to the given parameters

  • $width (integer)
  • $height (integer)
  • $quality (integer)
    JPEG quality from 0 to 100
  • return (object)
    Returns a Kirby media object with the given parameters

The new syntax is a shorthand for the old thumb() syntax. See $file->crop() for cropping images on the fly.

Example

// resize an image by width
$image->resize($width)->url();
// resize by width and height. The bigger one will be downscaled
$image->resize($width, $height)->url();
// adjust the jpeg compression
$image->resize($width, $height, $quality)->url();
// pass null as second argument if you only want to specify the width but also change the quality
$image->resize($width, null, $quality)->url();

Both methods return a Kirby media object which has tons of additional methods. So you can also do stuff like this:

echo $image->resize(300)->height();

echo $image->resize(300)->niceSize();

echo $image->resize(300)->ratio();

echo $image->resize(300)->orientation();

// etc. 

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