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  • Hi, New WordPress user here. I’m exploring themes for my site and love Tiny Framework so far. However, I’m confused by how it handles the Featured Image. I’m wondering if my observations so far are actually true:
    1. It seems necessary to provide a rectangular image that is at least 960px wide.
    2. Featured Image only displays on individual post page by default, and only if it is wider than 960px.

    If I want to use square thumbnails, like specific logo images, for a ‘recent posts’ section of my site, is Tiny Framework amenable to that? Or would it be like fitting a square peg into a round hole? It seems like it would be much happier handling a rectangular image across the top of the excerpt text, rather than a square image floating in the upper left corner of the excerpt text.

    I am trying to avoid wrestling with image cropping or image distortion every time I create a post. Thanks for your insights and experience.

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  • Hi,

    I can’t give a full account, but please note that many picture sizes are automatically created so probably already have square thumbnails on your system.

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