@FragaGeddon Shouldn’t you keep the aspect ratio when adjusting the size? Edit: Ah, I see what you mean. The height will automatically be adjusted when only setting a width. I usually always add `height: auto !important;`, though.
@ani7ruddha According to the file-path of the image, it is much smaller than what you’re trying to output.
@ani7ruddha – what @chrisburton is trying to tell you is that the image you are trying to size bigger isn’t the image you should be using at all. You are pulling in a small thumbnail instead of the image that you uploaded. When you uploaded an image to WordPress it creates lots of different sizes for you.
It is not a CSS issue, it is a PHP issue in your WordPress template. I assume you are calling a post_thumbnail for that particular area which is outputting a really small version of the image. From there, you are increasing the size of the image which is causing it to be blurry.
You need to change your PHP to output the original image or set the correct dimensions in the PHP loop.