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imagecopyresized — Copies and resizes an image.


int imagecopyresized(destination, source, destinationX, destinationY, sourceX, sourceY, destinationWidth, destinationHeight, sourceWidth, sourceHeight);
int destination: Destination image identifier
int source: Source image identifier
int destinationX: Destination image starting x coordinate
int destinationY: Destination image starting y coordinate
int sourceX: Source image starting x coordinate
int sourceY: Source image starting y coordinate
int destinationWidth: Destination image portion width
int destinationHeight: Destination image portion height
int sourceWidth: Source image portion width
int sourceHeight: Source image portion height


Always TRUE


Copies one part of an image to a new image, or, if the same image identifier is used, to an area of the same image. If the same image identifier is used, be careful that the copied sections don't overlap, or the result may not turn out as expected. If the width and height coordinates are different for each image, the copied portion will be scaled to fit correctly. If you don't need to resize the image, use imagecopy() .


Example 406. Copy and resize a portion of an image

header("Content-type: image/png");
$im = imagecreatefrompng($uploaded_image);
imagecopyresized($im, $im, 150, 150, 10, 10, 40, 40, 40, 40);

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