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when updating my blog from eleven40 to eleven40 Pro, I encountered a strange issue within blog articles.
I use a lot of images, usually I upload them in a higher resolution and resize them via the WP editor to 400 px or so. In eleven40, however, ALL resized images show up in their original size - ALTHOUGH the layout settings in the editor remain unchanged.
This messes up the layout of the whole article, of course, so I switched back to eleven40 for now.
Did anyone else encountered this issue? Do you know what I could do to solve this AND take advantage of the charming eleven40 PRO theme?
Thanks & cheers,
I have the same exact issue Mark. The images are fine in Chrome but they max out in FireFox and IE. I too am using Eleven40 Pro.
View this page in all browsers and you will see the problem
I see the issue is also in Chrome on some of my pages
Thanks for sharing, j2001rad.
I already contacted the studiopress support, this is what they told me.
Currently, I'm using the old eleven40 theme - I will take the time to switch and try this fix probably next weekend.
Hope it helps you now and please keep me posted, whether this works for you. 🙂
I'm sorry you're having problems with the updated Eleven40 theme. I'm happy to help.
In this css, remove `width: auto:
That will return the images to their former state.
Thanks! That is the fix I needed
I just switched back to the eleven40 pro and - yes! - this also did the trick for me.
A new issue appeared, however.
On my Blog overwiew page, the Article images are now much too small. Before, in eleven they were I think something like 270x100 or so.
I made an illustration here, to show you what I mean:
Any ideas how to resize those back...?
Okay, folks - I found the solution for me.
Install & used the regenerate thumbnails plugin:
Glad you found a solution. I was going to suggest checking media settings
Wp Admin > Settings > Media
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