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I would like to have a post image over the whole post width instead of this:
– same behaviour as the standard (lightbox etc.), but just over the whole width, i.e. 580 px wide and around 250 px high.
Where can I change this?
I’ve tried this solution here:
and created new posts, to go sure, that I don’t need to regenerate thumbnails by plugin new.
functions.php, I add this in line 14:
$k_option['custom']['imgSize']['P'] = array('width'=>566, 'height'=>250); // single post featured image
In single.php I changed in line 25-29 the letter “M” to letter “P” according to my changes in the functions.php:
$preview_image = kriesi_post_thumb($post->ID, array('size'=> array('P'),<br />
'display_link' => array('lightbox'), // '_prev_image_link' or array('lightbox')<br />
'linkurl' => array ('fullscreen','_preview_big'),<br />
'wh' => $k_option['custom']['imgSize']['P']<br />
but I’ve got a strange result:
the square image remains, but when hovering this image, a magnifying glass is in the middle of the post, what would be the center of the new wider image; I can analyze with firebug an image width of 566 px for lightbox:
I can’t change the CSS for
margin:4px 20px 10px 0;
a) changes also the preview post images at the frontpage
b) has no effect to the “cut” of the images at the single post –> it still remains cut to a 180×180 image:
What can I do, so that at a single post the featured image is really 566 px wide?
Note: the square version of this image should remain at the frontpage posts overview!
Thanks in advance!
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