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  • #280768
    Heinz
    Participant

    Hello
    My site has become slow, so I’m optimizing it. It’s about the service area. All my photo galleries are listed in the service area. I have now set the Select Content Type to Page. This has the advantage that the galleries are sorted according to the creation date. If I want to rearrange this, I can only quickly change the date of the page. But now I have the following problem. Then I choose the featured image on the page. This is displayed at the top of the page when I open it, but at the same time as a contribution image on the service page. Now, if I want to optimize my site, the image for the post on the service site only needs to have a little resolution. But the title of the page, when I open it, is a high-resolution image. How can I do that now?
    Here as an example: https://vah.ch/#service-section
    https://vah.ch/galerien/alpen-rundflug/
    I have now taken a picture with a small resolution, but then the title picture on the opened page is blurred because the resolution is too low.
    Many thanks for the help.
    regards
    Heinz

    #280986
    Skandha
    Keymaster

    @henebe: Hello Heinz,
    To disable the header image in the pages
    Edit those pages => On the right sidebar => Header Featured Image Options => Select Disable and Update the page.

    Let me know if this solves the issue.
    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

    #280992
    Heinz
    Participant

    Hello
    Actually, the problem with me is the same as with @rodeboy. I want a title on every page and also the post image on the service register. But so that I can optimize the images for both areas, i.e. choose a separate image in both locations, I have to switch to Custom. That’s really so, but when I want to arrange the various topics in Service, it’s just tedious because it’s not possible with drag & drop. I actually want to be able to set it to Custom and change the order of the topics in a simple way. For example, as with the setting Page with changing the page date.
    regards
    Heinz

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