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    Want to cut exact size for my images for 3 columns layout what are max sizes on the images you can have before the scaling begins?
    Is it the same images sizes for a 3 columns portfolios layout as in a page with using 3 columns

    Linking the the two diffrent layouts im using.


    Hey Mattias!

    Thank you for using Enfold.

    What do you mean by “before scaling begins”? The size of the images in the portfolio grid is set to 495x400px by default, given that the column is set to 2 or more. When column is set to 1, the portfolio image size is 1500x430px. You can also select the thumbnail size by setting the Portfolio Grid Image Size to manual.



    Hi @Ismael

    Why im started this Q was that Google Page speed complained to served the right scale of my images and same with gmetrix.
    But the best size for 2 or more column is 495x400px. Dont know how mutch impact this small stuff do but when u compete with a hard market.

    If you got any thoughts on this please write back and then u can close this ticket :-)
    Thank you for the help @Ismael




    Those speed tests force you to use the exact thumbnail size proportionate to their intended size in the browser or container which, in most cases, will compromise the image quality, ratio and proportion. This is not viable when you’re working on responsive containers such as the portfolio grid. However, you can still resize the thumbnails to ensure that the number of unnecessary pixels is minimal, and that your large assets in particular are delivered as close as possible to their display size. You can do that by editing the theme’s preset thumbnail sizes on functions.php:

    $avia_config['imgSize']['portfolio'] 		 	= array('width'=>495, 'height'=>400 );						// images for portfolio entries (2,3 column)
    $avia_config['imgSize']['portfolio_small'] 		= array('width'=>260, 'height'=>185 );						// images for portfolio 4 columns


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