This add-on is outdated.
You can continue using it, but for new users we recommend to consider installing File Uploader 2 plugin.
Quick Image Preview
CKEditor add-on
TinyMCE add-on

Configuration

To configure CKEditor & TinyMCE Quick Image Uploader use these keys in config.js file (for CKEditor) or in initialization script (for TinyMCE).

jsplus_preview_uploader_url: URL
Default value: auto detection
Set this URL to specify location of images uploader manually. This option affects to all JS+ uploader add-ons.
jsplus_preview_template: HTML
Default value: <a class="doksoft_preview_href" href="{IMAGE}" rel="lightbox"><img src="{PREVIEW}" /></a>
HTML template used for image preview insertion. {IMAGE} and {PREVIEW} will be substituted automatically on image insertion (with image and thumbnail URLs, {FILENAME} will be replaced with filename part of URL.
You can combine any HTML tags to insert images formatted automatically.
NB! Always use root wrap element in template. When you need more then one root elements, just make them second level and wrap with <div> for example.
jsplus_preview_default_img_resize: Boolean
Default value: true
Available values: true, false
Turns on or off feature to resize images doing upload.
jsplus_preview_default_img_resize_width: Integer
Default value: 800
The width for uploaded images. If image has another width it will use this value as constraint. 0 means keeping original width.
If jsplus_preview_img_resize_show parameter is true user can change this value from the web.
jsplus_preview_default_img_resize_height: Integer
Default value: 600
The height for uploaded images. If image has another height it will use this value as constraint. 0 means keeping original height.
If jsplus_preview_img_resize_show parameter is true user can change this value from the web.
jsplus_preview_default_img_resize_enlarge: Boolean
Default value: false
Available values: true, false
If the resolution of uploading image is lower then width and height constraints, it will be enlarged if this parameter is set to true.
jsplus_image_img_resize_show: Boolean
Default value: false
Available values: true, false
Show or hide panel with image resize options. This parameter does not affect for will be image actually resized or not. It only lets or not user to change size from the web.
jsplus_preview_default_thumb_resize_width: Integer
Default value: 300
The width for thumbnail. It can be configured in the same way. Just change this default parameters to achive needed behavior. The only difference is that you can not turn off thumbnail resize at all.
jsplus_preview_default_thumb_resize_height: Integer
Default value: 200
The height for thumbnail. It can be configured in the same way. Just change this default parameters to achive needed behavior. The only difference is that you can not turn off thumbnail resize at all.
jsplus_preview_default_thumb_resize_enlarge: Boolean
Default value: false
Available values: true, false
If the resolution of uploading image is lower then width and height constraints, it will be enlarged if this parameter is set to true.
doksoft_preview_thumb_resize_show: Boolean
Default value: true
Available values: true, false
Show or hide panel with image resize options. This parameter does not affect for will be image actually resized or not. It only lets or not user to change size from the web.
jsplus_preview_allowed_ext: String
Default value: 'jpg,jpeg,gif,png,bmp,tif,tiff'
Available values: The list of file extensions, comma separated
This list of extensions will be used in the file choose dialog opened on "Add files" click. Some of browsers/operation systems can ignore this parameter.
Use '*' value for allowing any file types.
For security reasons this value must be configured on server side too. So do not forget to configure file types in jsplus_uploader/config.php (for PHP) or in IIS server config (for .NET).

Cross domain uploads

Read our manual to learn about how to configure cross site uploads.