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Related Posts : bad quality images #1530

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nicolinuxfr opened this Issue Jan 22, 2015 · 1 comment

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nicolinuxfr commented Jan 22, 2015

On my blog, I'd like to display three related posts with only pictures, and at 100 % width, so 1/3 of the width for each pictures. Unfortunately, the result isn't great, since the images are really blurry (open this screenshot at full size to see the problem).

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The code explains why : the image pulled from Photon is at 350 pixels width, where it should be in this case at least 640px wide.

<img class="jp-relatedposts-post-img" src="http://i0.wp.com/voiretmanger.fr/wp-content/2012/04/titanic-james-cameron.jpg?resize=350%2C200" width="480" alt="Titanic, James Cameron" height="274" src-orig="http://i0.wp.com/voiretmanger.fr/wp-content/2012/04/titanic-james-cameron.jpg?resize=350%2C200" scale="1">

Is there a way to change this parameter and have bigger sized images instead ? Thanks for your help !

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jeherve commented Jan 22, 2015

Yes, you can use the jetpack_relatedposts_filter_thumbnail_size filter, like so:

function jetpackchange_image_size ( $thumbnail_size ) {
    $thumbnail_size['width'] = 422;
    $thumbnail_size['height'] = 241;
    return $thumbnail_size;
}
add_filter( 'jetpack_relatedposts_filter_thumbnail_size', 'jetpackchange_image_size' );
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