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    first of all thank you for the wonderfull template, it’s realy high end!!

    I just have a problem with my gallery when i resize the browser window:

    1. I uploaded Pictures with the sizes 650 x 400 px

    2. I have chosen the settings: no scaling

    Right now everything looks fine as long as i watch the gallery image while the browser is full sized.

    When i start to resize the browser window on a certain point the images start getting blurry.

    Can you tell me how to solve the problem?



    Can you give us a link to the website? I suggest you upload a much bigger image.





    the site is:


    Hi Selectah123,

    Which page on your site is this happening? I looked through the pages a bit but didn’t see any galleries that were having the above issue.




    Hello Devin,

    i will try to explain it more detailed. When you watch at the portfolio images at ”Arbeiten” (the small ones which are in the protfolio grid) on a 13 Macbook when they just show up, they will look for a milli second sharp an crisp. After the images are completely loaded you will recognize that they get slightly blurred (you can see it when you refresh the browser and concentrate on the thin lines)

    But when i watch the same grid on a 27 Cinema Display everything looks quite fine. The Big Gallery images are 765 x 400 px and setted on ”no scaling”. I just dont understand why the images loose quality through the responsiveness. I tried many sizes, reuploaded many different sizes, tryed to change the parameters in the functions.php but nothing helped…The strangest thing about it that you can see that the crisp images are there but just for not even a second. Its like wordpress adds a fine blurry filter over the images after the grid is completely loaded!?

    Right now i really don’t know what else to do to reach the highest quality as possible. It would be very nice to have the images in the same quality like i save them in photoshop, on all monitor sizes.

    Do you have any idea? Thanks a lot!



    Does your laptop have a Retina Display? Testing on my regular 13 inch Macbook I’m still not getting that effect.

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