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    crcampbell89
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    Hi all,

    Recently my server went down, since it has come back the auto resizing function for images in on the main page are no longer working. The cache version is rendering properly. However the live site (aspireheritage.com) is only pulling the original image size.

    Please advise, already tried re-installing the child theme to no avail.

    Much appreciated
    -Corey

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    Lauren @ OnceCoupled
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    I’m not entirely sure what’s happening here, but I can contribute that WordPress does not naturally resize images to a larger scale. Were you using some kind of plugin or something to get around that – that isn’t reinstalled?


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    crcampbell89
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    Lauren,

    There was no other plugins installed, when I look in the upload folder of my file manager I can see that previously when an image was uploaded multiple copies were made including the 700×420 since this is used in the Genesis Featured Post Widget.

    You can see in the page source below that the old cache version of the site would pull this image not the general uploaded one. The strange thing is all of the other sections Middle/Bottom have no problem pulling the correct image. I tried using CloudFlare to cache so the site could run faster. I think it changed some coding so that new images/resizing dont take effect anymore.

    Cache Code
    mrboston_bartender_landscape

    Current site code
    mrboston_bartender_landscape

    Let me know if anybody has any ideas

    #113421

    Lauren @ OnceCoupled
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    I can only tell you the differences I’m seeing:

    - Your cached site is using the image at “http://i0.wp.com/www.aspireheritage.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/mrboston_bartender_landscape.png”
    - When resized, it adds “?resize=750%2C420″ to the end.

    - Your live site is using the image at “http://www.aspireheritage.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/mrbostonbartender.jpg”
    - When resized, it modifies “mrbostonbartender-360×200.jpg” at the end.

    You can see that both original images are too small for the home-top image size (despite having different names and extensions), but the cached site serves the image at a larger size. WordPress does not do this by default, it will only down-size images. Notice that when resized, the have different modified URL styles.

    I would guess that you had Jetpack’s Photon original activated, and that it is no longer activated — or that you were using a plugin that uses WP’s Photon.


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    Contact me directly: lauren@oncecoupled.com

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