Registers a new image size. This means that WordPress will create a copy of the Featured Image (formerly known as post thumbnail) with the specified dimensions when you upload a new image.

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How to resize images in wordpress without adding any compression or changing the color profile of the images, possible?

As you can guess from the title, Im looking for a solution that allows me to alter the way Wordpress processes/saves its newly created images according to the media settings in the dashboard. This is ...
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add_image_size creating lots of images (of various sizes)

I wonder if its a good idea to use add_image_size or is it just a convinence feature. I say this as I think add_image_size creates images of various sizes regardless of what the usage if the image ...
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Need To Resize Images Exactly Without Losing Image Details

I am working on a Wordpress site that heavily uses image uploading and whatnot, I have defined the image sizes in my functions.php and I have hard crop mode turned on which ensures that my images are ...
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How to create thumbnails with a fixed width, so all of them will have the same width?

right now, a thumbnail will be either 150px in height or in width, depending if it's landscape or portrait. Is there a way to make them always the same width and scale them in height accordingly, ...
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Add new image size to media uploader so users can insert into post?

I would like to create an additional size for uploaded images which my users can then "insert into post". I understand that add_image_size() will add a new image size which I can use in my theme, but ...
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Server B handling add_image_size() differently than Server A

I'm curious what dependencies add_image_size() has because I just copied a theme over to a new server and began adding thumbnails to custom post types only to find out that my request for ...
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add_image_size() for specific Post Types

set_post_thumbnail_size( 80, 80, true ); // true for all post types Suppose I have two post types in play on my blog: Post, Video and Product. I may want a 80x80 image size for my posts, but 100x100 ...