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    I have read through the forums trying to find how this is done in Cleancut. Here is a link to my portfolio: http://altd.dev.amermancreative.com/arabians-for-sale-2

    I am trying to create bigger thumbnails in the portfolio because the client was unhappy with the default size. I have created an image 200 wide by 360 high and changed the settings in functions.php to the same dimensions however the image is still getting stretched to an odd width and getting cut off. Colts is the only image I am working on right now and you can see it is distorted even though it was created at the correct size. What am I doing wrong?

    #49459

    Hey,

    I think you need to use this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/ to regenerate the thumbnails.

    #49460

    okay, I figured out the problem. Regenerate Thumbnails didn’t work. I had to change code in the style.css and the portfolio looks great, but it caused a problem on the homepage.

    I changed

    /*Fullwidth*/

    .fullwidth .one_fourth, .fullwidth .box_small{width:348px;}

    Now my portfolio images are the width I want…however, the columns on the homepage also got changed by this CSS.

    I am wondering if it is possible to specify to keep the columns on the homepage the original size of 210 px wide?

    #49461

    I believe the only way to do this is to go through quite some editing.

    It’s possible to assign different classes to your columns depending on which pages they are used on. You could also try to add custom fields which would generate an alternate styling.

    The thing is, the .one_fourth class is meant to be one fourth of the page and not meant to be altered. By changing this width you break the 25% mode.

    There has to be a better workaround than what you did. However, it’s hard for me to find out when “the damage has already been done”. The best option seems to revert to what it was before and edit a different class/create a new one to achieve your goals rather than to break a theme feature.

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