Hexo plugin to generate thumbnails for images.
- can use any gm / imagemagick manipulation functions
- writes thumbnails source directory along side original image
- makes thumbnail url available as frontmatter variable
Please open an issue if you would like to take ownership.
npm i --save hexo-thumbnails
You'll need an imagemagick instance to handle the thumbnail creation.
sudo apt-get install imagemagick
On windows you can try installing an imagemagick binary but I've not tested this plugin on windows so let me know how it goes.
Thumbnails will be added to your source folder when you
hexo generate. They
will be placed in the same folder as the original image.
A url for post cover images is added to posts as they're processed. So in the
configuration example below, where
post.cover contains the url for a cover
post.smallThumb_cover will contain urls
for the thumbnails.
thumbnails:masks:- \.jpg$profiles:largeThumb:resize:- 400- 400blur:- 10smallThumb:resize:- 400- 400
default: all jpg, jpeg, gif, png files
Be careful with this. You can list the masks (rules?) you want to use to check which files to create thumbnails for. All profiles will be run for all matches. If one file matches multiple masks it will be processed multiple times.
You can use express style or regex style masks. See Hexo Patterns for additional information.
you can just write a regex like
\.tiff$ (although that's not mentioned in the
If you specify any mask, the default will be overwritten. So if you specify a
a single mask like
jpgs will not be processed unless you add
a mask for them.
default: resize to 200x200
an image will be generated for each profile. So in the example above,
images/original.jpg would generate two thumbnails:
I haven't tested them all, but in theory you can use any of the myriad manipulation methods listed in gm, this plugin simply applies all the methods listed in a profile to the gm instance.
See the fancy annotated code
Levi Wheatcroft email@example.com
Contributions welcome; Please submit all pull requests against the master branch.