WOOF_Image :: info()

Returns:

Retrieves an associative array of info about this image file. This array consists of:

  • url – The root-relative URL to the file (leading /)
  • absolute_url – The absolute URL to the file (including the prototcol / domain)
  • size – The size of the file, with automatic unit appended
  • size_in_bytes – The size of the file in bytes
  • filetype – A description of the the type of the file
  • short_filetype – A shorted description of the file type
  • filename – The name of the file sans-extension
  • basename – The name of the file including the extension
  • extension – The extension of the file
  • modified – The modified date of the file, formatted in ISO 8601 format (“c” in PHPs date function)
  • accessed – The last-accessed date of the file, if available formatted in ISO 8601 format (“c” in PHPs date function)
  • width – The width of the image
  • height – The height of the image

This information is derived from many of the functions in this class and WOOF_File, but is a convenience method to get a lot of the info at one time (perhaps for debugging purposes).

Example:

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