In the CMS i am using, there is a script where the images on the news article have specific thumbnail size.
The system adds the following markup to article images:
This is fine for images of thumbnail sizes but anything larger like in your case, the images can become blurry.
They told me that if i want to change this size, i need to add a script on the page.
Example page: http://www.suug.co.uk/news/article/6002/Get-dancing-for-FREE-with-Greenwich-Mermaids/
Why not just resize your thumbnails to the correct size before you upload them?
i have done that, but the script will automatically rezise them to thumbnails
Doesnt matter what size you upload them
I can see why there’s a problem.
Taking a 200x160 photo image and displaying it at 600x480 would tend to be blurry.
I see two options.
Display the 200x160 at (or at least closer to) its actual dimensions.
Keep the thumbnails for mobile view / lists, but not for any page where it will be an important part of the content.
If you can’t reconfigure / hack / replace / disable that script I don’t think you have much choice but to show the resized images at smaller dimensions.
Thank you, but i think i explained all these in my OP.
The developers of the CMS advised me to do exactly that.
hack/replace the script
But i dont know how
I’m not convinced you need to write or even touch any code.
I think all you will need to do is not have the thumbnail stuff
( take a large image - make a small thumbnail of it - display the thumbnail large )
applied to “article” pages.
The original image on the left though a slightly different size looks fine to me.
Are there no configuration settings in an ACP UI for this?
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