Resize image error

If you're encountering the "Resize image error in core/engine/resources.php" message, it indicates a problem in your PHP where an image resizing operation is failing.

it can be due to various reasons, including file permissions, unsupported image formats, or limitations in your PHP configuration. Follow these steps to diagnose and fix the issue:

Step 1: Increase Memory Limit

Image processing can be memory-intensive. Increase the PHP memory limit by editing your php.ini file:

memory_limit = 256M

or sometimes directly in your application's .htaccess file or within the scripts using ini_set('memory_limit', '256M'); (adjust the value as needed).

Please be aware that certain hosting providers might not honor the memory limit specified in your php.ini file, owing to the constraints of your hosting plan. In some cases, adjustments to the memory size may only be permissible through the hosting control panel.

To verify the PHP memory limit through the phpinfo() function, follow these steps.

Step 2: Confirm the image is not corrupt

Confirm the image file exists, is not corrupt, and is in a supported format.

Step 3: Check File Permissions

Ensure that the directory containing the PNG/JPG image and image file has the appropriate permissions.

chmod -R 755 /resources/image/18/86/ chmod 644 /resources/image/18/86/1.png

Step 4: Verify GD Library Installation

The GD Library is required for image processing in PHP. Verify that it's installed and enabled by checking PHP info

Look for the section titled "GD" to confirm it's installed. If it's missing, you'll need to install or enable the GD Library.

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