You can perform a few common manipulation operations on ColdFusion images. To create a simple border, use the cfimage tag. The following example creates a ColdFusion image with a 5-pixel blue border:. The border is added to the outside edge of the source image.
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At InVision , one of the things that we do when generating thumbnails is replacing transparent image backgrounds with a solid color typically white. We do this because the design of the page that renders thumbnails is almost never designed to expect any image transparency. For example, to replace the transparent background with , I tried the following:. This "worked"; but, unfortunately, it ruined the anti-aliasing around borders because it replaced any partially-transparent pixel with the given color, leaving borders looking jagged. After some Googling, I came across a SuperUser forum post , which suggested I try the -extent operation. According to the GraphicsMagick documentation, the -extent operation:. This is exactly what I want: to composite the current image over a new image with a given background color.
Replacing Transparent Image Backgrounds With GraphicsMagick And Lucee CFML 22.214.171.124
In this section, you'll learn about Mura's directory structure, the differences between "core files" and "site files," as well as some basics on managing multiple sites, and using site bundles as a vehicle for distributing themes. As a Mura theme developer, you're going to be working with the file system. So, it's important to have an understanding of where Mura is located, and how you can reference this information programmatically, via code.
Apparently there are still people who don't know about the metadata embedded with pictures and how they can be a risk. Fair enough - it's not like your camera typically warns you about this and if you don't know this stuff even exists, you can certainly understand how folks would be surprised when they found out. I thought this would be rather simple, but from what I can see, it is impossible.