Tom, question about how WPSP handles thumbnail image sizes.
Setting the image width (px) and hight (WP Show Posts > Images) scales the featured image’s resolution down to the specified dimensions.
This can (does) result in images that aren’t clear (high res). If for example the featured image is 800 x 1000, setting 200 x 250 in WPSP will scale the image resolution right down (by a factor of four).
I want to maintain the original featured image resolution by using CSS to set the viewable hight-width dimensions.
By leaving the image width (px) and image hight (px) fields blank, then using this CSS, I can achieve what I need:
The problem now, however, is that the current version of WPSP doesn’t allow for a custom class to be set for each Post List. So all featured images are affected by the CSS. Meaning I’m stuck with one max-width for all post lists.
Is there a workaround for this that you can think of?
If this is something that’ll be solved in the new version, awesome, happy to wait. For now tho, thought I would ask.