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  • How do you Increase the Size of the Main Image on the Listing Page?

    I have been upgraded to 3.0...

    My images are all at 500px width and they used to show up as such on the Listing page before the upgrade. Now when you click on any thumbnail image they will only go up to 300px width.

    I have gone into the listing_0.html and edited the code to the following...

    <td align="center"><!--START: image1--><a href="#" onClick="popupsimple('zoomify.asp?catalogid=[catalogid]&image=' + selectedimage ,500,0);"><img src="thumbnail.asp?file=[image1]&maxx=500&maxy=0" alt="[name]" name="large" border="0" align="middle" id="large" ></a><br>

    Using the code above... On intial load of the listing page the main image shows at 500px width but when you click on any thumbnail the main image it switches to 300px.

    I have made sure the (settings>General>Store Settings) "Large Image Size" is set at 500px as well.

    I really need all my images showing at 500px... any suggestions?

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    Found solution.... if you're interested.

    To display your popups at whatever size they are on the server but restrict the images on the listing page... change the listing_0.html code to the following:

    set the maxx= and also the imagemaxwidth= to whatever you want the images width to show up as on the listing page. In my case i like 500 pixels wide, so i have set mine to 500 here for example. The image will be scaled proportionately if using the code here.

    Code:
    <td align="center"><!--START: image1--><a href="#" onClick="popupsimple('zoomify.asp?catalogid=[catalogid]&image=' + selectedimage ,0,0);"><img src="thumbnail.asp?file=[image1]&maxx=500&maxy=0" alt="[name]" name="large" border="0" align="middle" id="large" ></a><br>
    and also change javascript at the bottom of the listing_0.html file:

    Code:
    imagemaxwidth=500;
    imagemaxheight=0;

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