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I am trying to use image tagging in an html slide show so I can have client change images when needed.

But I am having trouble.

Can someone help me out who knows how to tag image I followed the doc but couldn't figure it out.
Hi and welcome to our forums :)

The feature of tagging, I am afraid, is not supported (yet) by Couch. However, this functionality could be mimicked to a fair extent as has been discussed here -
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=142&p=451

Your question stated -
.. so I can have client change images when needed.

Could you please elaborate this a little more? Maybe we could come up with a feasible solution without using tagging at all.

Thanks
Ok I figured out the image problem and now have all my images in place although there is a visible link to my picture showing up in the web page now above the picture. How do I remove this so it does not show in my site?
One more thing to add, when I upload images that are sized 3000 x 2000 and then try saving them I get this:


Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 52428800 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 828001 bytes) in

Now I understand why it would do that because I have my property set up to only display preview size I set and the size I want it resized to.

Have a look!


<cms:editable
name='prop_image_four'
width='690'
height='300'
enforce_max='0'
show_preview='1'
preview_width='690'
preview_height='300'
crop='1'
label='Image'
desc='Upload featured property 4 here '
type='image'
/>





<img class="eddie" src="<cms:show prop_image_four />" />
Hi,

A solution for this problem was proposed in this thread -
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1568&p=2354

The size of the images you are trying to upload is pretty large, so possibly you'll have to try and allocate even more than the '128M' value suggested in the post mentioned above.

Hope this helps. Do let us know.
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