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The original size of the attached image.


AdminRufond
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Hi! Attached images do not open in their original size, but stretch to the full screen. it looks very bad. I looked at the code and see the set width parameter of 2560 pixels, it can be changed, configured? Is this a bug just for me, or are the programmers just tired? 🙂 Thanks.

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AdminRufond
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In general, while the people are thinking, I decided to do this:

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In the original, the code was like this:

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Checked on several images, so far everything works well 🙂

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Tom
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@adminrufond,

Please note that if an image s too large, WordPress and wpForo cannot create resized versions of the image, the memory of your hosting service doesn't allow to process such a large data. That's why you should not upload images with more than 1900px. Some servers can perform even images with 3500px, but I don't think it's your case.

Also, make sure your server image extensions are enabled for PHP. The library names are:

You should enable both to make it more powerful and support high resolution images. You should contact to hosting service to enable them for the PHP.

 

More info: https://www.creuna.com/fi/blogit/high-performance-wordpress-image-processing-with-vips/

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