Tag: Image sizing
How to View the Full-Sized Version of Any Image on a WordPress Site
Viewing the full-sized version of any image on a WordPress site is quite a bit easier than you may think. If you’re looking at a resized image on a WordPress site and want to see the full-sized original image, today’s Quick Guide is for you.
Why DPI Doesn’t Matter for Web Images
If you or your client is working with web images and wondering about web image DPI guidelines, this article’s for you. It explains why DPI doesn’t matter for web images, and why pixel count does.
Simple Lightbox: A Better Image Viewing Experience in WordPress
I installed Simple Lightbox on WPShout a few weeks ago, and it’s something I wish I’d done long before.
Adding and Using WordPress Custom Image Sizes: A Guide to the Best Thing Ever
I really love being able to set custom image sizes in WordPress. The power and flexibility this system opens up for building beautiful, easy-to-administer, performant websites is hard to overstate.
Automatic Lossless Compression for WordPress Images with the TinyPNG Plugin
I’ve loved TinyPNG for a long time, but didn’t realize until quite recently that they’ve got a WordPress plugin. I just tried it on a client’s site, and it’s amazing: automatic lossless image compression for all .jpg and .png images uploaded through the Media uploader. That means that all your images are exactly the same, but have smaller filesizes.
Unfrustrate Your Image Formatting with the WordPress Text Editor
We’ll be looking at some useful ways to display images on the page that you simply can’t get with the Visual editor alone.
Commonsense Image Sizing in WordPress
Here we’ll be discussing basic best practices for working with image sizes in WordPress. This has such a huge impact on site speed that it’s important to know the fundamentals. Playing around with caching and CDNs and everything is really great, but if an image on the page is 400KB bigger than it should be, to a large extent you’re back where you started.