Support » Theme: Twenty Twenty-One » Flickr embed: alignment does not stick, width is limited?

  • I’m on a fresh install with the only 3rd party inclusion being the Twentig plugin. I have used this to set the site layout text width to 750px (from default 610px).

    Flickr embeds do not honour a horizontal alignment setting. I set each of the embeds on this page to centre, but they are not centred and when I go back to edit the blocks, they once again show the default left alignment, which is how they are displayed.

    The only reason I needed to use alignment is because they do not stretch to full width as I expected. It seems to pull in the 640 pixel wide image from Flickr and shrink it as needed when the available width is less than that. This is insufficient when the width is set wider than 640 pixels.

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  • Thread Starter zkarj

    (@zkarj)

    Also, it does display at 750px wide in edit mode, though it is also displayed square instead of landscape, and is very low resolution.

    Thread Starter zkarj

    (@zkarj)

    I just noticed that the alignment does stick. The way the dropdown is presented is a little confusing in that the “Align centre” icon is reversed, but the whole “Align left” entry is selected.

    But this still leaves me with the problem that the image is neither full width nor centred.

    Thread Starter zkarj

    (@zkarj)

    I did some digging into oEmbed and discovered Flickr returns a 1024 wide picture by default. The WordPress media sizes are set to 150, 300, and 1024, so I don’t know where the 640 is coming from.

    Thread Starter zkarj

    (@zkarj)

    The Twentig plugin has been updated to honour the alignment, but I still don’t know why the images are only 640px wide?

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