imagecolorallocatefromstring

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Description

imagecolorallocatefromstring is a function that will allocate a color based on a string for your PHP GD images.

Usage

With Composer

This project offers support for the Composer dependency manager. You can find the imagecolorallocatefromstring package online on packagist.org.

Install using Composer

Either run this command:

composer require andrewgjohnson/imagecolorallocatefromstring

or add this to the require section of your composer.json file:

"andrewgjohnson/imagecolorallocatefromstring": "1.*"

Without Composer

To use without Composer add an include to the imagecolorallocatefromstring.php source file.

include_once 'source/imagecolorallocatefromstring.php';

Examples

// standard method to allocate a color for an image
$red = imagecolorallocate($im, 0xFF, 0x00, 0x00);

// these will all allocate the same color as the method above
$alsoRed = imagecolorallocatefromstring($im, '#FF0000');
$alsoRed = imagecolorallocatefromstring($im, '#Ff0000');
$alsoRed = imagecolorallocatefromstring($im, '#ff0000');
$alsoRed = imagecolorallocatefromstring($im, '#f00');
$alsoRed = imagecolorallocatefromstring($im, 'f00');

There are other examples included in the GitHub repository and on imagecolorallocatefromstring.org.

Help Requests

Please post any questions on stackoverflow.com if you need help.

If you discover a bug please enter an issue on GitHub. When submitting an issue please use our issue template.

Contributing

Please read our contributing guidelines if you want to contribute.

Acknowledgements

This project was started by Andrew G. Johnson (@andrewgjohnson).

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Changelog

You can find all notable changes in the changelog.