How to Use the Image Scaler in cPanel

Applied on: Linux Hosting Accounts

The Image Scaler allows you to change the size of any image on your website. cPanel can resize a single image with the Image Scaler. The Image Scaler operates by allowing you to specify percentages to scale the image up or down.

How to Rescale an Image:

  1. Navigate to the directory containing the image you wish to rescale.
  2. Click on the image, in blue, that you wish to resize.
  3. Click Scale Images to finish the process.
    • You may use the New Dimensions text boxes to define, in pixels, how the image should be resized.
    • You may use the Percent text boxes to define the percentage by which the image should be resized.
    • You may click Reset Dimensions to return the Scale Percent values to the default.
    • We recommend that you keep the Keep Aspect Ratio checked when scaling images to prevent the image from becoming distorted by keeping the height and width proportional.
    • You may click the Retain a copy of the old image checkbox to store a copy of the original image in the directory you specify in the field below.
    • Click the link to view the rescaled image.

This concludes how to use the Image Scaler in cPanel.

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