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    Hello, following some of your instructions to make the fullwidth portfolio – – i did it rightly, but now i have a question, since my fullwidth pictures doesn´t seem the same depending on the way i upload them.

    1. If i attach the main picture like “featured image” it appears pixelated.

    2. If i attach the main picture inside the article descriptión like an article picture it appears right.

    You can see it in:

    Am i doing something wrong?, can i add fullwidth feature images without distortion?



    Did you check that the picture is displayed in full size – go to the page where the picture appears pixelated and click on edit. Afterwards go to featured image option and click on insert image. Now if you choose your picture from MEDIA you can select the size of the picture – here you need to choose full size. Otherwise the theme will upscale the medium sized image (ie. 150×150) to your featured image size and so cause the distortion.

    The Dude


    Yes i checked that, and in both ways the picture is in “full size” 940x441pix. But always that i trye the featured image it appears pixelated.


    I’ve found your problem. You need to change following line in functions.php:

    $k_option['custom']['imgSize']['L'] = array('width'=>574, 'height'=>268);		// image for blog posts and 1 column portfolio


    $k_option['custom']['imgSize']['L'] = array('width'=>940, 'height'=>440);		// image for blog posts and 1 column portfolio

    The Dude


    Thanks Dude, it works perfect now i can see the picture rightly!!!

    Great support!!

    One more question, where can i find the image for the picture “frame” to make it fullwidth too?



    You’ll need to get this from the included PSD file. :)



    Hello i had been checking the PSD files and since i took the shadow out, the frame i need fullwidth is the file “bg_gradiant_image.png” But since this image is a tile with repeat-x style, the fullwidth doesn´t depend from the PSD.

    I guess there is some code to change this image fullwidth size, do you know where?


    You can see the effect of the frame in:



    I assumed you meant this image: which would have required editing the PSD to edit correctly.

    To fix this, add this code to the end of style.css:

    .framed_full_size { width: auto; }



    Hello James, you are right!

    That was the image to edit in PSD, and the code solves the fullwidth for the fetured image´s frame.

    Thanks a lot!


    Glad that James could help you.

    The Dude

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