Product Info

Product Info

You can add HTML product descriptions and images to your products in Easify. The Product Info options window allows you to configure how Easify stores your product images.

There are two main areas you can configure here, image resizing and image compression.

Image Resizing

When you add an image to a product in Easify, it can be automatically resized for you. You can either specify a width for the resized image, a height for the resized image or you can specify that Easify should resize the image and make it square by padding the background of the image with a colour of your choosing.

Resize Images - ticking this will allow Easify to automatically resize your images. Leave the option unticked to store your images at their original size.

Note: Product images are stored in the Easify database hence we recommend that you allow Easify to resize your images in order to save storage space.

Resize images to be n pixels wide - images will be reduced in size to be the specified width. The image height will be reduced proportionally to maintain the aspect ratio of the image.

Resize images to be n pixels high - images will be reduced in size to be the specified height. The image width will be reduced proportionally to maintain the aspect ratio of the image.

Resize and pad image to be n pixels square - the image will be resized so that its longest dimension is n pixels, the shortest dimension will be padded out to make the image square using the colour specified. You can double click the white square to change the background colour that is used for padding.

Image Compression

By default Easify will save images in their original file format. However we recommend that you save images as JPG in order to take advantage of file compression and to save database storage space.

Always save images as JPG (images can be compressed to save storage space) - tick this to automatically convert saved images to JPG and apply compression to them.

JPG Quality n% (Better quality = larger image size) - here you can change the amount of compression to apply when saving JPG images. 0 is worst quality, 100 is best quality. We recommend a setting of around 75% for the best compromise between storage space and image quality.

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