cPanel – Images
Q. How to use Images in cPanel?
Step 1- First, go to the home page of the cPanel and click on the image’s icon then,
This feature includes the following tools –
We can use a small image here, rather than forcefully scaling the image to display in a small size.
To use the Thumbnailer converter, we can open the application by clicking on the Thumbnailer link from the images section. We will get a similar dashboard as shown below.
Step 2 − Navigate to the desired directory from which you wish to create Thumbnails, to navigate within directories use folder icon on the left hand side.
Step 3 − Select folder from which you wish to create thumbnails, by clicking on the name of the folder displayed in the middle.
Note − Thumbnailer is a bulk thumbnails creator tool, a single image cannot be used in these tools.
Step 4 − In Scale Percent, text inputs enter the percentage by which you wish to shrink the image. Select Keep aspect ratio to maintain the original proportion of the Image.
Step 5 − Finally click on Thumbnail Images to create thumbnails.
Step 1 − Open Image Scaler by clicking Scaler from Images section.
Step 2 − Navigate to the directories by clicking on the folder icon on the left-hand side, the same way as done above.
Step 3 − Select the File which you want to resize by clicking on the Name of File.
Note − Image Scaler is a single image tool and can be used with a single image at a Time.
Step 4 − Enter either new dimensions in Pixels or Enter Percentage by which you want to increase or decrease the Image. You can select, Keep Aspect Ratio, so that the Image ratio is not disturbed, and also you can retain the old copy of the file as Image Scalar replaces old Image to the new one.
Step 5 − Finally Click Scale Image and done.
Step 1 − Navigate to the directories by clicking on the folder icon on the left-hand side, as we did above.
Step 2 − Select the File or Folder which you want to resize by clicking on the Name of File or Folder.
Note − Image Converter can be used with a single file or folder.
Step 3 − Select new file type from the prompt as shown below, which can be −
- Portable Network Graphics (.PNG)
- JPEG (.JPG)
- GIF (.GIF)
- Bitmap (.BMP)
Step 4 − Finally Click on Convert to convert the file type.