img directive is supplied by the img plugin.
This is an image handling directive. While ikiwiki supports inlining full-size images by making a WikiLink that points to the image, using this directive you can easily scale down an image for inclusion onto a page, providing a link to a full-size version.
[[!img image1.jpg size="200x200" alt="clouds"]]
The image file will be searched for using the same rules as used to find the file pointed to by a WikiLink.
size parameter is optional, defaulting to full size.
You can specify only the width or the height, and the other value will
be calculated based on it: “200x”, “x200”.
If you specify both the width and height, the original image’s aspect ratio will be preserved, even if this means making the image smaller than the specified size. (However, this is not done for svg images.)
You can also pass
These are passed through unchanged to the html img tag. If you include a
caption parameter, the caption will be displayed centered beneath the image.
link parameter is used to control whether the scaled image links
to the full size version. By default it does; set “link=somepage” to link
to another page instead, or “link=no” to disable the link, or
“link=http://url” to link to a given url.
pagenumber parameter selects which of multiple images should be rendered;
this is relevant mainly for GIF and PDF source images.
You can also set default values that will be applied to all later images on the page, unless overridden. Useful when including many images on a page.
[[!img defaults size=200x200 alt="wedding photo"]] [[!img photo1.jpg]] [[!img photo2.jpg]] [[!img photo3.jpg size=200x600]]
By default, the
img directive only supports a few common web formats:
- PNG (
- JPEG (
- GIF (
- SVG (
- PDF (
everything(accepts any file supported by ImageMagick: make sure that only completely trusted users can upload attachments)
For example, a wiki where only
admin() users can upload attachments might
img_allowed_formats: [png, jpeg, gif, svg, pdf]