RE: Managing images in Drupal

Subject: RE: Managing images in Drupal
From: "Ed Marsh" <lists -at- edmarsh -dot- com>
To: "'Cheryl Magadieu'" <cmagadieu -at- gmail -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 19:19:55 -0400

I'm developing a web site, not documentation-related, in Drupal 6. I agree
that image management is a mess. It takes several modules to get stuff to
work the way you think it should out of the box; I hope 7 is a lot better in
that regard.

Here's a list of modules I have installed:
WYSIWYG Image Upload (I think they're two separate modules)
ImageCache & ImageCacheUI

If you have other questions, let me know.

Hope this helps,

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Cheryl Magadieu
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Subject: Managing images in Drupal

I'm hoping there are some other Drupal users out there who can help with an
image-management question. We just started using Drupal 6 for creating user
guides. We're using the Image Picker module ( to upload images, but the process is
tedious when you have multiple images to upload. With Image Picker, it looks
like you can upload only one image at a time.

If you're using Drupal, which version are you using? I've heard that the
core functionality in Drupal 7 is better for uploading images.
Unfortunately, we can't upgrade to Drupal 7 for a while. If you're using
version 6, which image-uploading module are you using?



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