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  • #1185762

    http://www.airlinestaffrates.com/

    Hi!
    I can see that images in my blog posts get a bit blurry.
    What can I do to prevent that?
    For example, the same images does not look blurry in a Masonry element and not as featured image in the Edit post view.
    Thanks!
    Charlotte

    #1186165

    Hey Charlotte,

    I have loaded this post and I do not see something bad

    Best regards,
    Basilis

    #1186981

    Aha, ok I still think it’s a bit blurry.
    Do you have any idea why? Because it’s only in blog post.

    Thanks
    Charlotte

    #1186989

    I agree, on my retina desktop monitor the image looks a bit blurry. Does Enfold support @2x images to show these if needed? Do I have to upload always two variations of images (@x1 and @x2)? Or is it so that Enfold will support this in a coming update?

    Thanks
    Vera

    #1187757

    Hi Charlotte,

    Please have a look at the following thread:

    If you need further assistance please let us know.

    Best regards,
    Victoria

    #1187758

    Hi Vera,

    The srcset attribute for the images is still being added to the theme, but it is not available yet.

    Best regards,
    Victoria

    #1188428

    Hi Victoria,

    I really don’t understand what to do.
    Why is this even a problem?? The image size is always 600px wide and they become blurry when they are appear in a blog post.

    Who is responsible for this problem? Enfold?
    A 600px wide image should not be blurry!

    And as I said this happens only in the blog post, not in a Masonry element.
    I need a solution now, please.

    Best regards
    Charlotte

    #1188645

    Hi Charlotte,

    Can you give us temporary admin access to your website in the private content box below, so that we can have a closer look?

    Best regards,
    Victoria

    #1188659

    Yes, thanks :)

    #1188940

    Hi charlotteraboff,

    Images quality is reduced by WordPress unless you add this code to the functions.php file and reupload the images:

    
    add_filter('jpeg_quality', function($arg){return 100;});
    

    https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-increase-or-decrease-wordpress-jpeg-image-compression/
    Here are some of the common causes of blurry images:

    — You upload a blurry image — it happens to all of us. It might’ve been an image that appeared nice on your mobile device, but it lost its beauty on desktop screens.
    WordPress resizes the image — sometimes the images are resized in order to suit performance. That decreases their quality too. — Also, WordPress 4.4 has introduced a feature called Responsive Images. This favors performance for mobile devices and here’s nothing to worry about.

    Next, we suggest you a set of solid and easy-to-implement solutions:

    —Increase WordPress’s default JPEG image compression limit.
    — Resize the default thumbnail size and regenerate them using a plugin like Simple Image Sizes.
    –Alter the sharpness of resized images.
    –Regardless of the file format, use the RGB (screen) color space. The CMYK color space is only used in print media.

    Best regards,
    Victoria

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 4 months ago by Victoria.
    #1193745

    Hi Victoria,
    thanks for your reply.

    It does not really explain why the same image is a bit blurry in the blog post but not in the Masonry element.
    Why?

    Best regards
    Charlotte

    #1194485

    Hi Charlotte,

    I wanted to check the website again, but credentials did not work for me. Could you please update the credentials.

    Best regards,
    Victoria

    #1194552

    Hi Viktoria,

    thanks. I have added the login again.

    Best regards
    Charlotte

    #1194871

    Hi Charlotte,

    Thank you.

    Best regards,
    Victoria

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