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Get image width in Classic ASP

Hi all

Here's the code I'm using at the moment:

<article>
<%
IF (rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleImage").Value) <> "" THEN
%>
    <figure> <img src="images/<%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleImage").Value)%>"> </figure>
    <h1><%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleTitle").Value)%></h1>
    <%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleContent").Value)%>
<%
ELSE
%>
    <h1><%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleTitle").Value)%></h1>
    <%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleContent").Value)%>
<%
END IF
%>
</article>

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What I'm after is something along the lines of ...

<article>
<%
IF (rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleImage").Value) <> "" THEN
%>
    <figure> <img src="images/<%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleImage").Value)%>"> </figure>
    <h1><%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleTitle").Value)%></h1>
    <%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleContent").Value)%>

' New code here...
<%
    ELSE IF width of (rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleImage").Value) < 400px THEN
%>
    <h1><%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleTitle").Value)%></h1>
    <img src="images/<%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleImage").Value)%>" class="storyImage"><%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleContent").Value)%>

' Continuation of code
<%
ELSE
%>
    <h1><%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleTitle").Value)%></h1>
    <%=(rsPageContent.Fields.Item("ArticleContent").Value)%>
<%
END IF
%>
</article>

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Hope it makes sense.

Thanks in advance

Pb
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Martin Cotterill

8/22/2022 - Mon
sammySeltzer

If you can just describe in your own words what you are trying to accomplish, perhaps we can help.
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Martin Cotterill

I want to get the width of an image so that if it's less than a certain width then the position of the image changes.

Because there is a large image for the opening of the page and the others are smaller (if they exist), I did think of doing a whole raft of 'IF.. THEN... ELSE...'. IE:

IF Record 1 has an image THEN
display the info this way

ELSE IF The record is greater than 1 and has an image THEN
display the info this way

ELSE IF The record is greater than 1 and has an image that is smaller than this size THEN
display the info this way

ELSE
display the info this way

END IF

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I basically want a way of getting the image width although I think I've just answered my own question. If I force the width of the image to be a no bigger than a certain size through CSS it may solve the problem.

Pb
kevp75

Try:
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':::                                                             :::'
':::  This routine will attempt to identify any filespec passed  :::'
':::  as a graphic file (regardless of the extension). This will :::'
':::  work with BMP, GIF, JPG and PNG files.                     :::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
':::          Based on ideas presented by David Crowell          :::'
':::                   (credit where due)                        :::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
'::: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah     Copyright *c* MM,  Mike Shaffer     blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah      ALL RIGHTS RESERVED WORLDWIDE      blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah  Permission is granted to use this code blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah   in your projects, as long as this     blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah      copyright notice is included       blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah :::'
'::: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah :::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'

':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::  This function gets a specified number of bytes from any    :::'
':::  file, starting at the offset (base 1)                      :::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::  Passed:                                                    :::'
':::       flnm        => Filespec of file to read               :::'
':::       offset      => Offset at which to start reading       :::'
':::       bytes       => How many bytes to read                 :::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
function GetBytes(flnm, offset, bytes)

 Dim objFSO
 Dim objFTemp
 Dim objTextStream
 Dim lngSize

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 Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

 ' First, we get the filesize'
 Set objFTemp = objFSO.GetFile(flnm)
 lngSize = objFTemp.Size
 set objFTemp = nothing

 fsoForReading = 1
 Set objTextStream = objFSO.OpenTextFile(flnm, fsoForReading)

 if offset > 0 then
    strBuff = objTextStream.Read(offset - 1)
 end if

 if bytes = -1 then        ' Get All!'

    GetBytes = objTextStream.Read(lngSize)  'ReadAll'

 else

    GetBytes = objTextStream.Read(bytes)

 end if

 objTextStream.Close
 set objTextStream = nothing
 set objFSO = nothing

end function


':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::  Functions to convert two bytes to a numeric value (long)   :::'
':::  (both little-endian and big-endian)                        :::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
function lngConvert(strTemp)
 lngConvert = clng(asc(left(strTemp, 1)) + ((asc(right(strTemp, 1)) * 256)))
end function

function lngConvert2(strTemp)
 lngConvert2 = clng(asc(right(strTemp, 1)) + ((asc(left(strTemp, 1)) * 256)))
end function


':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::  This function does most of the real work. It will attempt  :::'
':::  to read any file, regardless of the extension, and will    :::'
':::  identify if it is a graphical image.                       :::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::  Passed:                                                    :::'
':::       flnm        => Filespec of file to read               :::'
':::       width       => width of image                         :::'
':::       height      => height of image                        :::'
':::       depth       => color depth (in number of colors)      :::'
':::       strImageType=> type of image (e.g. GIF, BMP, etc.)    :::'
':::                                                             :::'
':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'
function gfxSpex(flnm, width, height, depth, strImageType)

 dim strPNG 
 dim strGIF
 dim strBMP
 dim strType
 strType = ""
 strImageType = "(unknown)"

 gfxSpex = False

 strPNG = chr(137) & chr(80) & chr(78)
 strGIF = "GIF"
 strBMP = chr(66) & chr(77)

 strType = GetBytes(flnm, 0, 3)

 if strType = strGIF then                ' is GIF'

    strImageType = "GIF"
    Width = lngConvert(GetBytes(flnm, 7, 2))
    Height = lngConvert(GetBytes(flnm, 9, 2))
    Depth = 2 ^ ((asc(GetBytes(flnm, 11, 1)) and 7) + 1)
    gfxSpex = True

 elseif left(strType, 2) = strBMP then        ' is BMP'

    strImageType = "BMP"
    Width = lngConvert(GetBytes(flnm, 19, 2))
    Height = lngConvert(GetBytes(flnm, 23, 2))
    Depth = 2 ^ (asc(GetBytes(flnm, 29, 1)))
    gfxSpex = True

 elseif strType = strPNG then            ' Is PNG'

    strImageType = "PNG"
    Width = lngConvert2(GetBytes(flnm, 19, 2))
    Height = lngConvert2(GetBytes(flnm, 23, 2))
    Depth = getBytes(flnm, 25, 2)

    select case asc(right(Depth,1))
       case 0
          Depth = 2 ^ (asc(left(Depth, 1)))
          gfxSpex = True
       case 2
          Depth = 2 ^ (asc(left(Depth, 1)) * 3)
          gfxSpex = True
       case 3
          Depth = 2 ^ (asc(left(Depth, 1)))  '8'
          gfxSpex = True
       case 4
          Depth = 2 ^ (asc(left(Depth, 1)) * 2)
          gfxSpex = True
       case 6
          Depth = 2 ^ (asc(left(Depth, 1)) * 4)
          gfxSpex = True
       case else
          Depth = -1
    end select


 else

    strBuff = GetBytes(flnm, 0, -1)        ' Get all bytes from file'
    lngSize = len(strBuff)
    flgFound = 0

    strTarget = chr(255) & chr(216) & chr(255)
    flgFound = instr(strBuff, strTarget)

    if flgFound = 0 then
       exit function
    end if

    strImageType = "JPG"
    lngPos = flgFound + 2
    ExitLoop = false

    do while ExitLoop = False and lngPos < lngSize

       do while asc(mid(strBuff, lngPos, 1)) = 255 and lngPos < lngSize
          lngPos = lngPos + 1
       loop

       if asc(mid(strBuff, lngPos, 1)) < 192 or asc(mid(strBuff, lngPos, 1)) > 195 then
          lngMarkerSize = lngConvert2(mid(strBuff, lngPos + 1, 2))
          lngPos = lngPos + lngMarkerSize  + 1
       else
          ExitLoop = True
       end if

   loop

   if ExitLoop = False then

      Width = -1
      Height = -1
      Depth = -1

   else

      Height = lngConvert2(mid(strBuff, lngPos + 4, 2))
      Width = lngConvert2(mid(strBuff, lngPos + 6, 2))
      Depth = 2 ^ (asc(mid(strBuff, lngPos + 8, 1)) * 8)
      gfxSpex = True

   end if

 end if

end function

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Demo Usage:
'collect the image information into an array'
Dim blnGfxSpex, width, height, colors, strType
intCount = 0
For Each objFile In objFS.GetFolder(".\images").Files
    If LCase(Right(objFile.Name, 4)) = ".jpg" and intCount <= intNumOfFiles Then
        blnGfxSpex = gfxSpex((".\images\" & objFile.Name), width, height, colors, strType)

        arrImages(intCount) = "<image>" & vbNewLine & _
                                "<filename>" & objFile.Name & "</filename>" & vbNewLine & _
                                "<caption></caption>" & vbNewLine & _
                                "<width>" & width & "</width>" & vbNewLine & _
                                "<height>" & height & "</height>" & vbNewLine & _
                                "</image>" & vbNewLine
        intCount = intCount + 1
    End If
Next

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Martin Cotterill

Ye Gods Kevp75

That's a lot of work just to find the width of an image!
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sammySeltzer

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Martin Cotterill

Sorry for taking so long to get back to everyone but domesticity interferes at the most inappropriate moments.

Any hoo....

Thanks Sammy for the code as it gave me an idea. As suggested by levp75, I made another field in the record that holds the image width. I can use the field to see if the image is larger than a particular width and then the If... Then... Else statement takes care of the rest.

Brill.

Many thanks to all who answered my question.

Pb
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Martin Cotterill

Thanks to Sammy and Kev, I had a 'Why didn't I think of that?' moment.

Sometimes you can't see the wood for the trees and both these guys came out with a couple of chainsaws and a pair of glasses.
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