October 20, 2020 at 3:12 am #1254206
So, I swear I am missing something obvious here, but for the life of me, I cannot figure out why when using a product grid, and having product primary images that are 600×600, something seems to be grabbing the 300px variant and then enlarging it to 400×400. I have dug through all of the settings I can think of, but I cannot figure out where Enfold is picking the image size. Other grid ALB elements give you a choice of the image size, but the Product Grid does not appear to have this option.
So, I ask, where is the control for this. I am sure I can hack it with css, but have to believe there is a better way to set a default like this.
Additionally, I have tried turning on and off responsive images, thinking maybe that was overriding something. No change.
Anyone have any ideas of what I am missing?
-jasonOctober 20, 2020 at 4:18 am #1254217
Ok, so I think I figured part of it out. I was looking for what was manipulating the images to 400×400, but what was affecting them first was WooCommrce setting them to 300×300.
I would suggest that it might be beneficial to place a link in the Enfold settings that links to the Customizer for WooCommerce. I can see where it would be very confusing for a new Enfold / WooCommerce user to go in circles looking for why their images are blurry. It threw me off, and I have been working with Enfold for a very long time now.
What I still do not know, though, is what is trying to resize to 400×400. I wish we could just override all of the settings and choose an image size directly within the enfold Product Grid element. It would be far more consistent with other ALB elements that have this functionality.October 26, 2020 at 7:25 am #1255629
Thank you for the info.
We will forward your request to our channel for further considerations. We might add a small note directly in the element informing the users how or where they could adjust the size of the product thumbnails.
IsmaelNovember 10, 2020 at 1:40 pm #1259564
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