October 16, 2013 at 5:44 pm #8201
I have a test site working, where I am trying to create multiple portfolios. I have put 3 images on each portfolio page. Each featured image is 480×220 or 480×221, which I have confirmed in the media settings. However, all of the images don’t appear correctly on the portfolio page. Some are getting resized incorrectly. Not sure what is going on.
Here is the main site http://test-monkey.com/ and the 2 portfolio http://test-monkey.com/this-is-an-even-port-page/ & http://test-monkey.com/odd-port/October 16, 2013 at 8:34 pm #8203
Try running the Regnerate Thumbnails plugin and see if that helps adjust them all.October 16, 2013 at 9:55 pm #8209
I did, no change.October 16, 2013 at 10:21 pm #8212
This is a WordPress thing, the child theme doesn’t really create the images or the functionality that deals with images….it only tells WordPress what size (in general) to set them at for that particular template (Portfolio).
If you have images that are not the same size, and are completely opposite, (like short and wide mixed with tall and thin) then they won’t show up exactly the same. That’s just the way WordPress is setup. It’s not necessarily an issue or anything, but if you want all of your images to show up the same size then you’ll have to upload them at or near the same size. You would probably have to edit and resize them in whatever image editing software you’re using.October 17, 2013 at 9:57 am #8217
Wes, that is what I don’t understand. Each of these images is approximately the same size. 480×220. When I look in my media settings, I confirm this. I even went and re-upload the images with new names, same problem. Let me know what you think, I’m willing to let you look under the hood if you think that would help. Let me know.October 17, 2013 at 12:31 pm #8221
You may need to re-upload them as featured images again, because the images I’m looking at are not the same size. If you look at the direct link to the image of this – http://test-monkey.com/wp-content/uploads/52274217cc548.jpeg and compare it with this – http://test-monkey.com/wp-content/uploads/522741be43d29-264×200.jpeg you’ll see they are both different sizes. I think this happens if you upload an image and select a size, or if WordPress selects a size by default….and by “size” I’m referring to small, medium, large, etc. I’m not sure if that’s what happened, but I do remember that happening before in the past. Try re-uploading them in WP and make sure they are uploaded at the original size (instead of small, medium, etc).October 17, 2013 at 2:55 pm #8229
I see what you are saying, but I don’t know why some images are getting reduced to 264×200. I just re-uploaded that image manually, made sure it was uploaded as a full size image, and it still is causing fits. Interestingly, if I add it to the content section of the post, it is displayed with it normal proportions.October 17, 2013 at 11:19 pm #8242
I’ve never ran into that issue with images that are all the same size, other than mistakenly uploading them in WP at different sizes. But if they are all the exact size and they aren’t uploading at the same setting then there must be something else going on….I’m just not sure what it could be though.October 18, 2013 at 10:18 am #8247This reply has been marked as private.October 18, 2013 at 12:18 pm #8252
I can’t make any promises but I can take a quick look.October 18, 2013 at 12:29 pm #8256
I just sent you login credentials through the contact form. I understand, but hopefully you see something that I am overlooking on image sizes or whatever.October 18, 2013 at 11:24 pm #8282
All I did was Regenerate the Thumbnails, and now they’re all the same size. When you run that plugin you have to let it finish all the way to 100% before you close or navigate away from the page.
The images are more wide than they are vertical, so they’ll show up cut off on the end (that’s what WordPress does) rather than crunching the image to fit the thumbnail size….which would look distorted. I’m referring to the portfolio template.
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