Support » Plugin: Regenerate Thumbnails » Thumbnailss too small and cant figure out how to change settings

  • Resolved Scott



    I am trying to figure out how to fix the thumbnail sizes that are generated by regenerate with woocommerce and my theme.

    Its currently creating woocommerce_thumbnail at 262 and shop_catalog at 262 as well. (its updated the standard thumbnail/medium/large sizes ive added to media settings)

    I have tried to add things to the functions.php file to change this as well as some things to style.css that i came across as suggestions but nothing seems to be working.

    I changed the size of the display of products on the shop/category pages to be larger (as its photography) and want them to display better so people can see the quality.

    When I run image resizer, it creates them at 262 still (See link to screen shot) and just upscales them to the width set causing them to be blurry. I used a different plugin called regenerate thumbnails advance, which is eliminating the blur, however its creating and using full size scale images which is drastically slowing down page load times.

    Let me know if you have any other suggestions.

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  • Hey there,

    It looks like those sizes are registered into WordPress by Woocommerce into a collection called _wp_additional_image_sizes. According to this article, you can change the properties for these “additional image sizes” through the Customizer:

    Hope that helps!

    Thread Starter Scott


    Hey John,

    I do not have that option in the customize section and have tried the function.php thing before as well to no avail. Im also not interested in spending 74 a year on that plugin for something that shouldn’t be an issue in the first place hahah.

    Thanks anyway!

    Plugin Author Alex Sanford


    Hmm. It’s possible that you could get some further assistance for this on the WooCommerce forums. This plugin simply uses the image sizes that are configured within your site, which may be altered by other plugins and/or your theme. As for configuring those sizes, that would be in the domain of the actual plugin/theme that is setting the size (in this case, it looks like that is WooCommerce).

    I hope that makes sense. Please let me know if there is anything else I can help to clarify for you.

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