Transformation presets

If you wish to apply the same transformations on many images, you can define presets and apply transformations only using the preset name (X).

p=X

Any resizing transformation or image filter can be included in a preset, as well as watermarks and image compression parameters.

Defining presets

You can define your presets in the admin panel, Image Settings / v7 Settings.

Using presets

Sample presets

preset name operations and filters
gallery_thumb w=250&h=250&f=gray
gallery_medium w=450&h=300&force_format=jpeg&q=85&radius=10
gallery_large w=1200&force_format=jpeg&optipress=2&wat=1&wat_gravity=northwest&wat_scale=60&wat_pad=20&wat_opacity=0.4

Here are a couple of images using the sample presets shown above.

Large image, watermarked, JPEG w/ Optipress optimisation

/v7/sample.li/birds.jpg?p=gallery_large

Extending presets

You can use additional operations together with a preset. Here is an example:

preset name operations and filters
red_ref_number w=400&h=200&wat=1&wat_gravity=northeast&wat_pad=10&wat_font=Arial-Black&wat_fontsize=18&wat_colour=660000

An operation defined in any given preset cannot be overridden in the URL. For example, if a preset named small_img contains w=200, using /v7/original_image_url?p=small_img&w=400 will still yield a 200-pixel-wide image.