Minimum Theme – Best Practices for Featured Images

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    Andrea Rennick
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    It is using the smaeer image size and you can tell from the HTML source.

    Facebook pulling in a different image is a separate issue and unrelated to the image size used as the featured image or thumbnail.


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    eluviis
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    Another Edit: So Minimum pulls out of a proper resized image (new smaller file) so long as it is set in the Genesis settings (portfolio, or thumbnail image).

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    eluviis
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    Another Edit: Genesis pulls out of a smaller resized image (new smaller file) so long as it’s set in the Genesis or WP image settings before image is uploaded. (portfolio image or wp thumbnail image).

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    Andrea Rennick
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    ANy theme will do this for featured images because WordPress make 3 sizes of images every time you upload, by default.

    Theme can change these sizes or display them differently, but it is not specific to Genesis that different images are made.


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    eluviis
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    ^^^ Thanks, I am aware of that. It’s just that I used to load the images personally in the sizes I needed, because as a photographer, I preferred the better quality of doing the process myself in photoshop. However, I see WordPress has gotten better at downsizing image images. So, I had turned off the feature that crunches images and resaves them. For that reason, Minimum was displaying an HTML resized original image. No bueno. I fixed that today.

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