WOOF_Image :: get_at_coord( Integer $dw, Integer $dh, Integer $sw, Integer $sh, String $at = c )

Returns:

  • Array An x,y coordinate for the image.

Gets co-ordinates to use for the anchoring points usable by the WOOF_Image::watermark method to determine where the watermark is placed.

Note: this method is intended for internal use

Parameters:

  • Integer $dw

    The “destination” width – in the case of a watermark, the width of the image TO BE watermarked.

  • Integer $dh

    The “destination” height – in the case of a watermark, the height of the image TO BE watermarked.

  • Integer $sw

    The “source” width – in the case of a watermark, the width of the watermark image.

  • Integer $sh

    The “source” height – in the case of a watermark, the height of the watermark image.

  • String $at = c

    The anchor point, which can be any one of:

    • tl => Top-Left
    • t => Top Middle
    • tr => Top-Right
    • r => Right
    • br => Bottom Right
    • b => Bottom Middle
    • bl => Bottom-Left
    • l => Left
    • c => Center

    Or you can use compass-point coordinates:

    • nw => North-west
    • n => North
    • ne => North-east
    • e => East
    • se => South-East
    • s => South
    • sw => South-West
    • w => West

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