WordPress image size issue for a slider
# January 19, 2013 at 3:22 pm
So I purchased a WP theme that has a slider and you add images to the slider by uploading them throup WP back end under the slider control area. you set it as a featured image and it goes in the slider. Anyway. I want the image to be 600 px high.. when I upload it and comfirm for it to stay its original size it says the right size. 1946w x 600px … but once I look at it on the site its only 550 px wide. Even when I look in firebug. sure enough something has changed it and forced it to be 1950 by 600. the 1950 is fine but I need it to be 600. Here are 2 images of what Im talking about. Ive searched the files to the best of my knowledge. CSS and PHP or js stuff to see if I can change something. I changed one thing and it did nothing. Can someone please help?
# January 19, 2013 at 11:28 pm
Its the height I am having issue with.. its not showing 50 pixels total from the top and bottom and if you look at my image links above Im seeing in fire bug its blatently forcing the image ( at its largest original size.. to be only 550 tall when I need it to be 600# January 19, 2013 at 11:43 pm
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@LinCSS25, could be cropping them from the theme. Check for the arguments passed through
add_image_sizein your functions.php# January 20, 2013 at 3:47 am
Thanks everyone. ChrisP that was it! I had already found that and changed the numbers.. but I didnt realize I needed to reupload the image etc. the strange thing is I didnt find a $crop… but it was forcing it to that specific size and I guess still cropping it. so once i changed those numbers to the add_image_size for the slider and reuploaded my full size images all was good. Thanks so much guys! I really appreciate it.
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