Edit image properties like width or margin in content block

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Hello,

What happened to image properties in the wysiwyg editor in version 5.7? I can't enter the width/height anymore, or the margins... It's nice to resize with drag and drop, but that's useless if you want to have exact pixel values.

Can't i see it or is it really not possible to edit this fundamental values??

Cheers
Harald

HarryVienna
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HarryVienna replied on at Permalink Reply
HarryVienna
Does here really nobody use images in it's content???
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
You can resize image by clicking on image and resize by dragging bottom right corner. Another way would be to view 'html' and modify sizes.

To do other stuff, once added, click on block and choose 'Design & Custom Template', then click on double headed arrow. You'll see options.
HarryVienna replied on at Permalink Reply
HarryVienna
Hello!

Yes, I know that i can resize the image. But how can a customer insert an image in the content block and give it an exact width and height in pixel or percentage? In 5.6 it was no problem. And if I tell the customer to edit HTML, he will laugh at me. I don't think he even knows what HTML is...

Cheers Harald
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
1. Don't use content block, use image block?
2. If you use the content block make sure image is the right size and optimised?
HarryVienna replied on at Permalink Reply
HarryVienna
1. It's difficult/impossible to have flowing text around the image?
2. There is no right size if you use precentage values. And unflexible anyway.

:-)
Parasek replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Parasek
Redactor lacks some usefull functions. Just wait till concrete5.8 and it will be replaced with CKEditor.

If you need editor for c5.7 - use this package:
https://github.com/ExchangeCore/Concrete5-CKEditor...

UI doesnt looks as good as Redactor, but I used it on many site, and I don't remember having any problems.
HarryVienna replied on at Permalink Reply
HarryVienna
Thanks for your reply! I'll give it a try!

Cheers
Harald