I want to use photoswipe on a site and need the image dimensions (width, height). I have found no information on how to access those informations except for a five year old question which was answered with an imageWidth attribute which does not exist (anymore).
Can anybody help?
The |imageWidth filters were too bad for performance, and we don’t recommend using the server to determine the width of an image. We plan on reintroducing this functionality when the media manager is updated, we will capture the information early instead of compiling it at runtime.
It might be possible to bring it back using a plugin. Can you share the ideal Twig that you would need?
In my case I want to build a Photoswipe Gallery which needs some data-attributes containing the width and height of the target image.
What I find a bit strange is the fact that If I loop over my images (which were added using tailor and a mediafinder input) is that it seems to return only a string containing the filename. Is that true or only the case when using tailor?
I would somehow expect it to return an image model of some sorts which would then be able to get the image dimensions if needed.
But thinking about it, it would ideally be some sort of filter; because I can also imagine wanting to know the exact width or height after resizing.
This is true for mediafinder’s output, it will store the media paths as a simple PHP array. The fileupload will return a complete
File model object.