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OK. Because of all my comments to BillK's suggestions, I just wanted to provide clarification that I WAS able to fix this issue. Instead of adding css in the Custom CSS field in Highend Options > General Settings (as suggested by the theme developer), I quit dinking around within WordPress and logged directly into the server to edit the css there. Here is ...


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It's pretty difficult to know what your CSS properties are doing without seeing the related HTML. I would use the max-width property instead of width img{ max-width: 100%; }. UPDATE: I just noticed you provided a link. The height property is a problem: .custom-hb-box img { display: block; height: 100%; opacity: 1; transition: opacity 0.2s ...


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I would try adding set_post_thumbnail_size( 250, 250, false ); In the theme's functions.php. (see codex on Setting Thumbnail Size)


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After some intensive Googling I discovered a couple of plugins for just this purpose. This is the one I used: Regenerate Thumbnails


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Doing this on your own is actually quite a lot of work. For the sole purpose of regenerating your custom image sizes I would recommend using this plugin: AJAX Thumbnail Rebuild It allows you to loop through your Image Library and regenerate the different image sizes that you selected.



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