I am using one php echo to add a meta tag og:image as follows:
echo "<meta property=\"og:image\" content=\"https://example.com/Gallery/$b/$new/imagename-$b-$new-$three.jpg\" />";
and echos this image url: https://example.com/Gallery/book/new/imagename-book-new-3.jpg
And I started using phpThumb to resize the image dimensions in the url parameters (as I didnt find an easiter way), and the echo is:
echo '<img src="'.htmlspecialchars(phpThumbURL('src=https://example.com/Gallery/book/new/imagename-book-new-3.jpg&w=100&h=200', '/phpThumb/phpThumb.php')).'">';
What I need to do is merge the 2 echo (without
img src part) inside the first!
I tried a lot, and what I want is something like:
echo "<meta property="og:image" content="'.htmlspecialchars(phpThumbURL('src=https://example.com/Gallery/$b/$new/imagename-$b-$new-$three.jpg&w=100&h=200&iar=1', '/zJ/phpThumb/phpThumb.php')).'" />";
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