iResize.com for Webmasters

Tool: Predefine a resizing width and/or height when linking to iResize.com

Instead of linking to iResize.com and instructing your users to resize to a certain width or height, you can use a special link that has the width and/or height embedded. For example, if you link to iResize.com from your web site and want your users to resize an image to exactly 200 pixels by 100 pixels, you can use the special link to automatically force all resized images to 200 pixels wide and 100 pixels high.

Use #1: Use the link below to predefine a resizing WIDTH and HEIGHT:

http://iresize.com/?prewidth=WIDTH&preheight=HEIGHT

Example #1: Use the link below to force the resizing of an image to 200 x 100 pixels:

http://iresize.com/?prewidth=200&preheight=100


Use #2: You can also specify only the WIDTH or HEIGHT. The other dimension will scale automatically:

http://iresize.com/?prewidth=WIDTH

or

http://iresize.com/?preheight=HEIGHT

Example #2: Use the link below to force the resizing of an image to 300 pixels wide. The height of the image will scale automatically.

http://iresize.com/?prewidth=300


Example #3: Copy and paste the HTML code below to link to a predefined dimension of 200 by 100 pixels:

<a href="http://iresize.com/?prewidth=200&preheight=100">Resize your picture at iResize.com</a>

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Step 1 of 3: Upload an image that you would like to resize

In the next steps, you will be able to:

  1. Rotate your image 90° clockwise, 90° counter-clockwise, or 180°
  2. Have your image be auto-rotated (if your camera is supported)
  3. Resize your image by pre-selected sizes to fit standard resolutions
  4. Resize your image to a custom size by height, width, or both
  5. Select your resized image based on pixel size and file size