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  • #237709
    Maria Nehro
    Participant

    I don´t understand your information on recommended image sizes for Catch Responsive Pro:

    Slider:
    Width: 1200px
    Height: 514px

    Featured Content:
    Width: 350px
    Height: 197px

    Featured:
    Width: 860px
    Height: 484px

    The featured image ALWAYS shows up at the top of the post, whether it will be used as an ordinary post, as a featured post or a post used in my slider!
    If I want to use the post as featured content and upload a 350 x 197 px photo that small photo appears at the top of the post.
    And if I want to use the post in my slider and therefore upload an image that is 1200 x 514 px it´s also appearing at the top of the post!

    So the dimensions 860 x 484 px should only be used in posts that I don´t want to use neither in the slider nor as featured content, but in a completely ordinary post?

    http://helensjoholm.nu/_eng/

    #237763
    Skandha
    Keymaster

    @heleneng: Hello there,
    Do you want to disable images on single post/page? The same image you use in the slider or featured content will be used in single post/page.

    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

    #237809
    Maria Nehro
    Participant

    No, I´d love to have photos in my post, but they become very big (or very small) if I use the recomended sizes above! If I want to use my post as “Featured Content” I don´t want a 350 px photo in the top of my post, I want a photo in ordinary size.
    And if I´m planning to use my post in the slider, I still want a photo of ordinary size in the top of my post. Not a mega big photo.

    #237970
    Skandha
    Keymaster

    @heleneng: Hello there,
    You can change the size of single post/page image.
    Go to => Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Layout Options => Single Page/Post Image Layout

    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

    #238025
    Maria Nehro
    Participant

    Thank you very much!!

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