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  • Resolved marcie73

    (@marcie73)


    Hello,
    I have a problem with the fourth widget thumbnail (OTTOLIFE). It is square, loading a cropped image 200×200. The original image is identical in size as the other three (700×440), widget setting are identical. It does not make any sense at all. Any idea?
    Thank you so much for help!

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  • Plugin Author mrwweb

    (@mrwweb)

    Hi @marcie73

    Feature a Page widget creates three custom image sizes. However, these sizes can only be applied to images that are uploaded after the plugin is activated and for images that are larger than the minimum size.

    You’re using the wrapped layout which uses the square size of 200×200. That means either some of your images are less than 200px in one dimension at full size or you need to “regenerate thumbnails”. The Regenerate Thumbnails plugin is excellent and can do that for you.

    Thank you for your reply! I got the point, but as I prefer the images to keep the original proportion, I solved using the big image layout and the I changed the style to simulate the first layout. I guess is the only possible workaround.
    Thank you again! 🙂

    Plugin Author mrwweb

    (@mrwweb)

    Glad you were able to find a satisfactory solution!

    Your solution sounds fine and here are a few other ways you could have addressed it for your reference and anyone else reading this thread in the future:

    1. Override the fpw_square image size.
    2. Use the fpw_image_size filter to substitute a different image size for the wrapped layout.
    3. Create a brand new layout template with a custom image size.
    marcie73

    (@marcie73)

    thank you! it’s a bit out of my knowledge, but maybe one day I will learn how to do it 😉

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