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  • Changing image size in posts (more complicated than it sounds)

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  • Deborah

    September 13, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    Theme I’m using: TagDiv Newspaper Relevant Plugins: Jetpack, Smush, Regenerate Thumbnails I have always used the default single template with the Newspaper theme, however, I’ve now changed to a custom-made single template (via TagDiv Cloud Template). As a result, to show the image within a post as ‘full width’, it now needs to be set at 741px wide, instead of 696px. TagDiv has a thumbnail for this size, so I have used it for the featured image. For the normal images inside a post – which are set as wp-large, I have extended them by 5.5% so it matches the 741px width. However, the images are now – obviously – much more blurry, because the theme is still requesting 696px width images inside the post. I know you can edit the thumbnail sizes in Settings > Media, however this is where I come unstuck. The ‘large thumbnail’ is set at 1024×1024, which I tried changing to 741px wide, but when I add media to a post, it’s still stuck at 696px width. Is there a way so when I add the media to a post, it’s always 741px width? I know you can add a function for a new image size, but as I said, I’ve extended the single post images by 5.5% to reach full width for all previous posts. However, if I add another image size and start using that for future posts, they will be extended by 5.5%. If I remove the extension, it will work fine for future posts, but all my current posts will now have images that are too narrow. What’s the workaround for that? – by hq overview ThrowAwayAdsense – –

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