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  • #271551

    Hi,
    I’m having a performance issue when using Flagship template.
    The problem is that Flagship is not showing scaled images anywhere so all images are resized causing performance trouble.
    How could we get images and thumbnails resized for the final size?
    Thanks.
    David

    #272247

    Hey!

    Have you tried regenerating the thumbnails?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/

    Regards,
    Josue

    #274010

    Hi Josue,
    Yes. Did work. However final thumbnails are not the same size than the frontend ones thus the permormance have got better but did not be fully solved.
    Any way to match frontend image sizes with the wordpress ones?
    Many Thanks!!
    David

    #274043

    Hi,

    Can you post the link to your website please?

    Regards,
    Josue

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    #274052

    Hi David!

    It seems you have W3 Cache activated, try flushing it or disable it.

    Best regards,
    Josue

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    #274113

    Hi,

    Can you please create me an administrator account? post it here as a private reply.

    Regards,
    Josue

    #274118
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    #274989

    Hey!

    You can change the thumbnail size with plugins like: http://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-image-sizes/ but there’s no real ” frontend image size” and thus your thumbnails will probably never match this size. The main reason is that Flagship is a responsive theme which forces the layout to be fluid. If you re-size the browser window you’ll notice that the 4 columns layout turns into a 2 columns layout and on very small screens you’ll just see a 1 column layout. The column width is fluid again and depends on the screen width – i.e. 1/4 columns have the width of 25% of the screen width and the browser calculates the exact px value. This “fluid” design also affects the thumbnails inside the columns and thus we must use a bigger thumbnail because the 1/4 column may turn into a 1/1 column on mobile devices and then a small thumbnail (which has the perfect size for a 1/4 column) may look blurry. To sum it up the ” frontend image size” depends on the screen resolution and the device you’re using to view the website and thus you can’t generate a thumbnail which matches this size.

    Regards,
    Peter

    #275200

    By using plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/ pictures sizes nearly match :) thus performance issues are almost solved.
    Thanks
    David

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