Support » Plugin: mPress Image Refresh » doesn’t recognize size=”full”

  • Resolved therealbodysculpter

    (@therealbodysculpter)


    Your plugin was working great no issues, until I updated it. Now it doesn’t recognize the full size. This is the error I am getting: Sorry, image size “full” is invalid. Defaulting to “large” image size. Please check your shortcode implementation.

    [mpress_image_refresh size=”full”]

    I need to have the full version as the large is too small, can you help?
    Thanks
    Carol

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  • Plugin Author Micah Wood

    (@woodent)

    @therealbodysculpter

    My apologies. It seems that I didn’t test that scenario in my last plugin release. I’ve updated the code to make sure this works properly for you. Please update to version 2.1.

    Thank you!

    Maybe I misunderstand size=”full”. Doesn’t that mean your plugin will display the image in its original width? I have upgraded to version 2.1 and created an image 230 pixels wide to display in a sidebar. It still displays 200 pixels wide, which is what I was getting at the default (size=”large”) size. I know the theme I’m using will allow a wider image in the sidebar because at one time I used a static image display plugin that did so. The website is kcwordworks.com/mini . I am using WordPress 4.7.3 running Coraline theme.

    Plugin Author Micah Wood

    (@woodent)

    @webguy68

    Yes, that is correct. I tested against that specific scenario and when using size="full" it did load the original image.

    I’d be happy to take a closer look at that if you want to shoot me an email at micah@wpscholar.com

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