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    Just noticed that my featured images which are all cropped to 704×400 have suddenly changed to another narrower size that in some cases is chopping off bits of image I need to retain. You can see an example here

    I have checked the wordpress media settings to make sure largest size is set at 704×400 and it’s ok.

    I’ve also deactivated all plugins but that didn’t work either.

    Any ideas on how to fix?



    Hi derek62!

    Nothing has changed in the theme functions for the image sizes except adding in the new magazine element so I’m not sure what might have changed on your end. What you can do is install this plugin which lets you easily see and edit all image sizes that the theme and WordPress use and then regenerate your images as needed:

    Best regards,


    Hi Devin and thank you.

    I regenerated all my images using the plugin you recommended. Unfortunately it made no difference to my featured images which are still 714×270 instead of 704×400 which is the size I uploaded them at.

    You can see what I mean here

    Any idea how to fix.




    Could you please let me have your answer today?

    I’ve tried regenerating one featured image again just to see what happened but still not showing as 704×400 but instead 704×321. However when you click on the image to reveal the lightbox image it does change to 704×400.

    The question is how do I get all my featured images to display as 704×400 on the post page? You can see the post with the regenerated image at 704×321 here

    I’ve clicked on a few other featured images too and they are all showing 704×400 in the lightbox.





    Thank you for the info.

    Please edit functions.php, find this code on line 110:

    $avia_config['imgSize']['entry_with_sidebar'] 	= array('width'=>710, 'height'=>270);		                 // big images for blog and page entries

    Replace it with:

    $avia_config['imgSize']['entry_with_sidebar'] 	= array('width'=>710, 'height'=>400, 'crop'=>false);		                 // big images for blog and page entries

    Upload the image again or regenerate the thumbnails using this plugin:



    Thank you so much Ismael. Your solution worked perfectly.

    Warm wishes,


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