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  • I’ve set in the wordpress options crop images to 230 x 310px. If i edit an image i don’t understand how can i crop image exactly at this size, some help ? Thanks

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  • If you edit images on your local pc, you can use Photoshop, GIMP, or other image software.

    If all you want to do is resize jpeg files, RJL Resize JPEGs is a free program that only resizes jpegs.

    But i’d use the cropped tool inside wordpress, i’d make all thumbnails with the same size

    Maybe the Vivtiger Image Resizer plugin will do what you want.

    But why i can’t use the built-in cropped of wordpress ? In the settings i want cropped thumb at 200px x 250px…..so why i can’t have the same exact dimension ?

    I guess I don’t understand the problem. Can you provide an example or more explanation?

    1. What version of WordPress are you using?
    2. Where did you set the thumbnail dimensions?
    3. Are thumbnails not showing up at that size?
    4. Do other pictures size correctly?
    5. Can you provide a link to your site, and show an example?

    I’ve the lastest version of wordpress, with the built-in crop tool, but it doesn’t work like i want.

    I’ve all thumbnails with the same exact size, but soemtime i’d adjust the automatic cropped, because it’s not always perfect. But if i go in the cropped built-in tool i can’t crop the part of the image i want, because the selected area it’s not proportioned.

    For example if my thumb size it’s 300 x 200, and i’d select only the nose of a face, i can reduce the selected part but the resulted thumb will be always with 300 x 200 size. In the same image i’d select all the face, the selected part will be more big, but the result will be always 300 x 200. Now the size it’s fixed, and i can’t enlarge or reduce the zone of my selection.

    i hope you have understand.

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