Image Width Question
Before I ask my question let me say I need non-jargon, plain English help and not a snippy reply telling me to read documentation I’ve ALREADY READ. I’m asking because I cannot find the answer myself.
Is there a specific media setting that will make my pictures appear full width in twenty eleven? The blog I need assistance with is smallhousebiggarden.wordpress.com
The blog I need help with is smallhousebiggarden.wordpress.com.
Can you describe what you mean by full width? When I look at your blog, the photos fill the width of the post column. Is there a different effect you are going for?
Another question, very similar,,,,,,,
How did you get your banner to be large, mine are truncated, I am using theme 20-10 and if I went to 20-11 I hope that this is an option.
I will be watching this as I need help with my images too.
By the way, your blog is really lovely, Im a flower person too.
@ Jane / capecodlilly2
In the Twenty-Ten theme, the header image is 940 px wide and 198 px tall. In Twenty-Eleven, the header image is 1000 px wide and 288 px tall. So if you switch to Twenty-Eleven, the image will indeed be bigger.
I just changed to 20-11 and my banners are wonderful.
You saved the day for me, I was so upset having my banners truncated.
Thank you for the replies thus far. I’m rushing out the door now, but later today I will post the link to a few blogs whose pics appear the way I’d like mine to look.
again, thanks for the replies thus far.
Were you able to get your pictures to appear as you wanted them? Let me know if I can still help in some way.
Yes, the Twenty-Eleven made such a difference, Im very pleased. The pictures are large and not truncated.
I have another question;
With 20-11, I try to add a new post on the second or third page, but it always reverts to the first page. I would like to be able to add posts to any of of my 3 pages.
Hi Jane, please post your question as a new post in the support forums. This will make sure that everyone’s questions are seen and answered without getting mixed up. :)
OK, will do.
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