Image resolution and size when viewing from different computer

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  • Avatar: IP
    IP
    Participant
    December 18, 2022 at 01:22

    Hello,

    I need some clarification from your expertise if you may.

    1) I am using a laptop which is around 17″

    I made an image with the size of 1920 x 700 PX

    On the laptop is looks fine, BUT when i view it on a 27″ monitor it looks smaller (even if i make it full width)

    When I change the image and make it bigger in size, into 3840 x 700 PX, it looks full width and better when viewed from both monitor sizes (17 and 27″)

    Is it normal? Meaning that the image which is 1920 PX wont look full width on a 27″ screen which needs a large image etc.
    It looks perfect when the size is made into 3840 PX vs the previous 1920

    Or is there a way to make the 1920 x 700 PX image look “full width” on larger screens such as a 27″ monitor?

    Thanks for your help and advice!

    3 Answers
    Avatar: Tony Rodriguez
    Tony Rodriguez
    Support staff
    December 18, 2022 at 09:14

    Hello, @IP,

    Let me try to explain it to you.

    Our monitors work on pixels resolution, and Elementor is based on bootstrap, so when the image size is small then on a 17″ screen, it shows fine, and on a 27″ screen it does not show as full width, because of the container size. The container does not shrink itself on larger screen sizes, and when you use the larger resolution image it fits itself on smaller and larger screen resolutions as well.

    So you have to check the element setting in which you are adding/using that image, there might be some setting in that element to enlarge the image on larger screens as well, Otherwise, you have to try with the Custom CSS code.

    Regards 8Themes Team.

    Avatar: IP
    IP
    Participant
    December 19, 2022 at 06:00

    Hello Tony,

    I am using Elementor and have made all the images and sections Full Width.

    Please let me know!

    Avatar: Tony Rodriguez
    Tony Rodriguez
    Support staff
    December 19, 2022 at 06:10

    Hello, @IP,

    I see, then I have to check the issue on your site, please create a test page on your site and make the issue appear on it, and then share the site WP Admin URL and Credentials with me in the private content area of this topic, so that I will check it for you on your site and help you out.

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    Regards 8Themes Team.

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