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I’ve had to remove the problem images from the website as I need to present it to my client.
I’ve taken screen captures of the two problem images/areas so you can see what the problem is.
Blog Featured Image: https://skitch.com/kickmuck/ghb3r/blog-quarky-science
Portfolio (Projects on website): https://skitch.com/kickmuck/ghb24/projects-quarky-science
I hope you can help with this.
Other than having the same problem described above, I am also having problems with the portfolio images.
Please see: quarky.sunstarclient.com/projects/test-project/
If you click on the image, you’ll see that it is quite a small image so don’t know why it’s appearing so large. At the very least I would like it to be cropped like: http://kriesi.at/themes/propulsion/template-files/portfolio-1-column/, which is essentially the same as I want for the blog.
I don’t know if this problem and the one above (in my previous message) are related but I really need to sort this out.
While doing some work on the website I created another test blog post and am having the same problem again i.e. the image is appearing really big (not cropped).
The image is a new one uploaded to the media files.
Here is the code from functions.php relevant to this:
$avia_config = array('width'=>630, 'height'=>300, 'crop'=>true); // big images for post format image and gallery posts
And the code from format-standard.php:
$slider = new avia_slideshow(get_the_ID());
if($slider) echo $slider->display();
Also, I’ve regenerated the thumbs, just to be safe.
Here is a link to the site:
I had hoped to show the site to the client today so would be extremely grateful if you could help me figure this one out.
Thanks a lot for looking into this.
I really hope that this can be added as I assumed that the theme would accommodate the standard WooCommerce features and my client is expecting this to be available.
I did indeed, a few times and even tried a couple of different browsers (FF Chrome and Safari).
That said, I tried adding a completely different image to the other existing post and it seems to be fine. I guess there was a problem due to the fact the dinosaur image was already in the media library. Not sure why, but maybe something to do with that as it is still not right and the other is fine.
Anyway, thanks for your help dude.
Hi again Dude.
I am having problems with 1.
I replaced the code in functions.php with the one provided, regenerated the thumbs (I already have that plugin installed, which was handy) but the ‘featured image’ is still really big. I noticed that the height is ‘height’=>999 in the replacement code, so tried reducing that to ‘height’=>300 in case that was the issue as well as removing and readding the featured image but with no success.
Interestingly, as the blog page loads, there is a brief preload ‘image’ that seems to be the correct height but when the page finishes loading, the large, uncropped image appears.
Here’s a link to the blog: http://quarky.sunstarclient.com/blog/