The Theme Blvd framework imploys a certain set of image crop sizes (i.e. thumbnails) using WordPress's add_image_size system. These image sizes get used in different places within your theme on the frontend of your website.
Since WordPress creates these thumbnails at the time you upload an image, it's important to note that when you install your new theme, any previously uploaded images will not have thumbnails for you new theme's image crop sizes. So, it's best to always best to re-generate your thumbnails.
How to Re-Generate Thumbnails
- Install and activate the Re-generate Thumbnails plugin.
- Go to Tools > Regen. Thumbnails in your WordPress admin panel.
- Click the "Regnerate All Thumbnails" button.
Framework Image Sizes
Below are the standard image sizes and thumbnail ID's that the framework creates. These are the sizes used in Jump Start, but note that a few of these sizes may have been changed slightly if you're using a different theme.
|tb_x_large||Theme Blvd XL||1200||9999||false|
|tb_large||Theme Blvd L||800||9999||false|
|tb_medium||Theme Blvd M||500||9999||false|
|tb_thumb||Theme Blvd Thumbnail||200||200||true|
|tb_grid||Theme Blvd 16:9||640||360||true|
|tb_square_x_large||Theme Blvd XL Square||1200||1200||true|
|tb_square_large||Theme Blvd L Square||960||960||true|
|tb_square_medium||Theme Blvd M Square||800||800||true|
|slider-x-large||Slider Extra Large||1400||525||true|
Note: It's best to only use these sizes as a reference for creating your images. While we advise against it, if you require changes to these image sizes and you are not a developer, you can use the Theme Blvd Image Size plugin.