Would you tell me image scale and recommendation value to Regenerate Thumbnail?
Post count: 14GreenFebruary 23, 2016 at 6:18 am #18723
One of my blog has been transferred successfully from Blogger to WordPress including images.
With Falive theme, I set the layout like http://falive.jegtheme.com/?slider=fullslider
The full slider, trending posts, and featured image of posts are all seems OK except some images like:
Maybe because of Blogger’s setting rule, This image’s original scale is 425x640px, vertical(I thinks that’s the problem.), and the CSS tag is
<img width="425" height="640">, and other slider images are 640x425px, horizon.
I know there’s a useful tool – Regenerate Thumbnails for these purposes.
But I’m not sure what thumbnails scale of certain parts should be set for, and I know the plugin is able to be set 3 set scales.
So, I think maybe you can give me the list of certain part of image’s scale and the Regenerate Thumbnail setting suggestion?
1. Images scales
Full slider image: Width:_____ Height:_____
Trending posts image: Width:_____ Height:_____
Featured image: Width:_____ Height:_____ (I saw you’ve answered to other thread about this, at least 1080 × 810 px)
2. Recommendation value to Regenerate Thumbnail setting for Falive considering about full slider image, trending post image and featured image.
Thumbnail: Width:_____ Height:_____
Medium: Width:_____ Height:_____
Large: Width:_____ Height:_____
The blog looks great with Falive theme so far!
I just desire to make sure all images/purposes will be as possible as perfect after moving from Blogger to WordPress with Falive.
If you can help me with above or relative informaion/methods, I’ll appreciate that.
Post count: 2185RaiFebruary 24, 2016 at 6:42 am #18744
- This topic was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by Green.
I’m not so familiar with the blogger platform migration yet, are images imported to your media? or it still linked to blogger site? If it still loaded from other site it can’t be regenerated (resized).
Here is list of image size used on this theme:
- Image Slider: 1280×720 px
- Thumbnail: 1080×635 px
- Thumbnail on Masonry layout: 540×317 px
- Trending posts image: 348×278 px
- Related article pop-up: 120×120 px
Thank youPost count: 14GreenFebruary 24, 2016 at 8:51 am #18748
First , thank you for providing me the information list of image size!
Images on Blogger have been imported to my WP website media (I must say, they are very heavy…several GB…)
Then, would you provide me the suggestion dimension setting of Regenerating 3 sets in WordPress for the images could be appropriate with Falive theme?
GreenPost count: 2185RaiFebruary 25, 2016 at 2:50 am #18762
For that kind of image size you probably need to tune your server, such as increase php limit time. Because to regenerate that images may takes extra processing time of your server.
I’m not quite sure what 3 sets you refer to? The images size that used in falive is the list I mentioned above.
Thank youPost count: 14GreenFebruary 25, 2016 at 3:13 am #18764
I mean this: https://codex.wordpress.org/Settings_Media_Screen
There are 3 different set of image sizes.
I just want to make sure what sizes should I set to adapt the purpose of list of image size used on Falive theme with efficiency, so that I can prevent regenerating unnecessary useless thumbnails.
Image Slider: 1280×720 px
Thumbnail: 1080×635 px
Thumbnail on Masonry layout: 540×317 px
Trending posts image: 348×278 px
Related article pop-up: 120×120 px
According to the above list, maybe it is appropriate to make the 3 WordPress image sizes sets like:
Thumbnail size: 120 x 120px
Medium size: 540 x 317px
Large size: 1280 x 720px
That’s just a example 3 image size sets I guess but not sure whether it is appropriate to Falive theme and WordPress use.
So, would you suggest me about these?
GreenPost count: 2185RaiFebruary 26, 2016 at 5:54 am #18785
Actually this theme not using default thumbnail size, so changing that variable doesn’t affect with theme. That’s why this theme (I guess most of theme does) comes with custom thumbnail size to fit theme requirements. You may need to adjust few theme’s code to apply default thumbnail size.
Thank youPost count: 14GreenFebruary 27, 2016 at 6:33 pm #18808
If so… Can I set all the three image sizes of WordPress to 0 x 0 px?
Then maybe I still have right image sizes match on website, and no more useless images made by WordPress?
GreenPost count: 2185RaiFebruary 29, 2016 at 3:08 am #18823
Those are default wordpress thumbnail, so if you set that to 0, then your image/gallery may not work properly at backend.
Thank youPost count: 14GreenFebruary 29, 2016 at 4:55 pm #18830
OK, I got it! Thank you~Post count: 2185RaiMarch 1, 2016 at 2:15 am #18837
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