Support » Theme: Yuuta » Featured Image Quality

  • The quality of the featured image on my site seems to have been downgraded. The image size is 2000×1500 and I’ve tried both 72dpi and 300dpi versions. I have changed the media setting so that the maximum size is at 2000px I’ve also tried disabling image compression by adding a custom plugin with the following code:

    add_filter( 'jpeg_quality', create_function( '', 'return 100;' ) );

    The image still seems to have been compressed when viewing my site on the desktop. Is there a way to increase the quality of the featured image? What is the optimal image size and dpi so that the featured image does not look like it was horribly compressed?

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  • HI, same here. Any new ideas on this?

    I came across so many plugins, tips and tricks, but so far none of them worked for me. The image is still crap, something I really hate about WP.

    I even have an issue that the images look great in the backend, and crap in the frontend… it’s frustrating.

    Hope you have some new insight. 😉

    Greetings, Ellen

    Theme Author felixdorner

    (@felixdorner)

    The featured image is displayed with a custom size set by the theme of max 1400px to save bandwidth and increase site performance. However, I will need to wrap my head around responsive background images for high-resolution displays to solve your issue. I am not sure, but you could probably add a filter to change the custom image size set by the parent theme in a child theme.

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