June 14, 2013 at 3:22 pm #24825
I wonder if it is possible to have the thumbnails of the shopitems in Woocommerce all use the same space. So say that the space is 150 * 150 pixels, and the thumnail is portrait 100*150 it will have a grey space to the left and right of 25 pixels each. And if the the thumbnail is landscape of 150*100 there will be grey space above and below the thumbnail of 25 pixels each.
I hope you guys understand what I mean and hopefully can help me solve this puzzle.June 16, 2013 at 3:36 pm #124896
No, thats not how wordpress processes images. If image is defined at 150×150 with a crop and you upload 150×100 it will first resize the image to 225×150 and then crop it to 150×150 giving you a funky stretched and blurry image. If you upload a 200×300 image into 150×150 with a crop, wordpress will resize it to 150x 225 and cut off the extra 75px , usually from the top.
The best thing to do with thumbnails when you have a large number of images of various sizes, is to set some rules. Allow 3 image sizes, a square 200×200 lets say. a portrait 200×100 and a landscape 100×200. this way all 3 will fit in the same 200×200 area. That strategy works best and created nice looking thumbnails.,
NickJune 17, 2013 at 1:32 pm #124897
I circumvented it by using batchediting in Photoshop. I made all the photos square by changing the the size of the canvas.
This works excellent for the thumbnail as there is no cutting of going on. Strangely enough if click on more info, the picture in that view is not square apparantly because it does some clipping on top and bottom. Then if you click on that picture you get a pop-up with a perfectly square photo again.
Any idea what’s going on?
Thanks ErikJune 17, 2013 at 6:05 pm #124898
At this stage for me to give you a meaningful answer I will need to see this page live, not a screenshot or description. You can mask the link to your website in http://www.goo.gl
NickJune 17, 2013 at 9:00 pm #124899
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