I have a question about permalinks.
We have a Kirby site online. A blog article was created, and an image was uploaded to it. Thereafter, we created a newsletter outside of Kirby. We copied the URL of the resized image directly from the source code of the website, inserted it into the newsletter, and sent the newsletter.
Unfortunately, it turned out afterward that Kirby changed the image URL again. We did not upload a new version of the file.
As an example:
This URL later became this:
This is, of course, fatal because numerous newsletter recipients now no longer see a picture.
I checked if we could use a permalink that does not change. My understanding is that a UUID URL should never change. So in the case of an image, something like /@/file/kF4qTSbqnFAUEkEw
But with such a URL, I only get the original image—not the resized image.
Why did Kirby change the URL again?
Is there any way to make sure that a URL does not change again?
Wouldn’t it be cool if the permalink could trigger a resize directly by parameter? Something like /@/file/kF4qTSbqnFAUEkEw/300 to stay in the example above.