yeah, i still want the majority of the image to show, and not just a tiny part of the middle, so it sounds like Fill is the way to go...so it fills and then crops
so the second one is the preferred way?
which ever one won't skew the image...if they don't upload an image with proper dimensions...
what's the new way to accomplish this:
$Photo.CroppedImage(200,250).URL (it's the src="" in an <img> tag)
I have several SS sites on the latest version of SS3 that do not run on PHP 7.2 and above
~Yes it seems the problem is the Object keyword introduced in PHP 7.2~ 😕 ~Here they also mention 7.1 as the last supported version in SS 3~ ~https://springtimesoft.co.nz/blog/upgrading-SilverStripe-3/~
Ignore this reply, see @dorsetdigital's comments below instead 🙂
Is it definitely the Silverstripe part that's not working? A lot of modules haven't been kept up-to-date for PHP7.x
That blog post isn't actually accurate either. The support dates aren't confirmed.
@Conan I believe that means just PHP 7, which is not supported, not PHP 7.1 and above...
Will this channel soon be closing down since PHP7 is no longer supported? I know some hosts are still allowing it, but slowly several are not...just curious...
I use Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo
lots of SilverStripe work...too bad so far none are remote...