Comments on: The Simple Guide to WordPress Image Sizes https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/ Create Your WordPress Website Sun, 20 Mar 2022 13:37:36 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.4 By: Mrs Pankhurst https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-56958 Sun, 20 Mar 2022 13:37:36 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-56958 easy to understand. Very clear. Helped me 100%. Thank you.

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By: George https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-51980 Mon, 08 Feb 2021 20:17:07 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-51980 hi, a quik question.
What is the size of the image at preview in media Gallery. I mean when i open the media gallery to choose a photo, the size that i see (small thumbnails) are they 150X150 ?

Thank you

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By: Nancy https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-51559 Wed, 06 Jan 2021 01:51:03 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-51559 I did not find the sizing recommended for WordPress blog posts to be correct. I used it to download a picture and when I uploaded it onto my WP site it’s not properly sized for the space. The edges of the sides of the picture are cut off.

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By: SEnO https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-51146 Mon, 07 Dec 2020 14:26:09 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-51146 It’s hard to take an article quoting Neil Patel very seriously.

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By: Malinda https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-51070 Wed, 02 Dec 2020 08:41:28 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-51070 What about working with images, such as the logo, in mobile view with @media and including a favicon image?

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By: Travis https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-50467 Thu, 17 Sep 2020 03:47:26 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-50467 I have a two part question.
What if we have a photo, but have placed text on top of it? Should it be PNG or JPEG?
Also, I uploaded my photo to WordPress at 1,000 wide x 600 high, but when I look at it in the blog post on my computer screen it is 641 x 387. I know different screen sizes are going to show the image differently, but the screen is plenty large enough to show it at the original size.

I did this so that the blog image would be the same width as the blog text, but it is not. The text is much smaller.

Any help is appreciated.

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By: hema.k https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-50137 Fri, 26 Jun 2020 08:50:05 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-50137 I’m on the fence about this, while more customization is good, I have a feeling this is a “in-progress” update, it just feels incomplete and half-way there.
We use badge layout for apps on design approvals (visual projects), so the image being displayed is important. Old layout “feels like” it had larger images,
maybe because the images were cropped more loosely so it’s easier to tell which project it was at quick glance. Now the image is cropped closer, making it
harder to scan thru at quick glance. I find myself needing to click into the project more often than usual. Which makes the whole user experience less
efficient.
I have a couple suggestions that might make it work better:
1. Increase the height of the window the cover image is being displayed.
2. Let us to choose which image to be displayed as “cover” (like how Pinterest handles cover images of each board, was hoping for this for a long time)
3. Let us adjust which part of the image to show and how tight or loose the crop is (with a fixed window, let us move the image around and maybe enlarge or
shrink it to control what shows thru the window. Pinterest does a limited form of this, which is very useful in making the cover image relevant)
4. Allow Cover Image to be ordered in different hierarchy (currently every element can be ordered differently except the Cover Image, it seems to be stuck
in the 2nd spot, would like the option to set it on another spot in the layout. This one seems like an easy fix, since you guys allow that for every other
element already)

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By: Lara https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-50136 Fri, 26 Jun 2020 01:49:50 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-50136 Very informative, thank you! Just one question, “Gallery images: 1500px x auto width”, does this mean I will set the HEIGHT to 1500 and let the width follow via auto?

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By: Mimmie Human https://visualcomposer.com/blog/wordpress-image-sizes-guide/#comment-50063 Sat, 06 Jun 2020 12:08:28 +0000 http://t.visualcomposer.com/?p=22772#comment-50063 Hi there, thanks for video

I’m still unsure about the following: If I change the sizes on my media library – settings like you showed, will it automatically change the existing images on my WordPress website, I assume not?
On Destinations on my travel blog, the ‘future images’ aren’t all the same sizes, and it looks crappy. I’m not sure how to get them all the same size as when I try to resize them, on the library won’t they change the format for the same image elsewhere on my site? For example, I have the same image appearing as a large image on one Post, and I want to use the same image as a ‘future image.’ Is 500×500 the best for future ‘image’ so that they appear neatly where a list of all the posts appears?
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