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[Resolved] v2.7 how can i use custom thumbnail sizes?

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  • silvoslaf
    Member

    @silvoslaf

    Hey!

    No, the latest version doesn’t support custom size thumbnails yet, but are you sure you followed all the steps necessary for them to work? Here’s our step-by-step tutorial again, make sure you don’t skip a step and you should be good to go in no-time.

    First, go to your WordPress’s Dashboard under the tab ‘Settings’-‘Media’ and change the size of your thumbnails to your preferred size (300×300).

    After that, go to you plugin settings and add the following code into the ‘Customize CSS’ drop-down menu (remember to keep the values [300×300] the same):

    .related_post_title {
    }
    ul.related_post {
    }
    ul.related_post li {
    width: 300px !important;
    height: 300px !important;
    }
    ul.related_post li a {
    }
    ul.related_post li img {
    width: 300px !important;
    height: 300px !important;
    }

    Don’t forget to click on the ‘Save’ button at the bottom of the page, before moving on. 🙂

    The last step is to install the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin, which you can find over here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/

    Install it, activate it and hit the Regenerate! button for the finish.

    Did it work? Need any further assistance or do you have any other questions? Let me know — I’ll gladly help!

    Hey guys, we just wanted to let you know that changing the size of your thumbnails is now possible, in the latest version of our plugin (v3.2).

    Here’s a simple tutorial on how to achieve that, if you decide to give it a go: http://zem.si/1b0jieM

    Let me know what you think or if you have any more questions! Take care & have a nice day!

    Best,
    Silvo

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