If you created a slider element and your images are not the same size - the issue are actually the images themselves. When using the slider image sizes, you need to make sure that your images have at least the sizes specified in the slider size options. For example, if your slider image settings are 1000x500px your images (used for the slider) should have at least 1000px in width and 500px in height. If the images are smaller the crop tool will just leave the images the same size that they we submitted and this creates problems with slider heights.
To fix this issue make sure you are using big enough images to present in the slider. If you are using custom slides - the images you upload should be big enough, if you are using the latest posts feature you need to be sure that the post featured images have at least the size you specified in the slider image crop settings.
Basically the logo gets the size of the uploaded image. If you activate the retina option, it will have half of the original size. For example you uploaded a logo with 200x100px. The retina logo will have 100x50px,
BUT, if you set for example the logo in a column that is smaller than any of the sizes above, the logo will be resized to fit the container. If you uploaded a big enough logo, just try to make the column where the logo is placed a bit bigger. For example, if the logo (with or without the retina option activated) has 100px and the column (container) has 70px, the logo will also be resized to the container size, just to make sure we avoid overlapping.
That should help.
Often you do not want to be displayed too many details on single post.This arbitrary extra information is known as meta-data. This meta-data can include bits of information such as:
In order to add an image with a link in your sidebar (to create an advert or link to some social profiles maybe), we'll need to use the text widget and some HTML. So, you need to go to your Appearance->Widgets tab and add a text widget. Inside it, you'll need to use a HTML code similar to the one below:
<a href="http://the-page-you-want-to-link-to.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://the-url-of-your-image" /></a>
You have 3 things to change here:
1. http://the-page-you-want-to-link-to.com - is the link you want your image to point to.
2. _blank - This will make your linked image to open in a new tab. If you won't want such a behavior and want to use the same tab - change this to _self
3. http://the-url-of-your-image - before adding the code, you need to copy the url of your image. Upload it to your Media Library and get the URL from there.
Click the save button and you're good to go!
There are times when sharing a post to Facebook or other social media websites gets the wrong image, even if you changed it. This happens because they have a cache set up, and in order to make it re-build the cache you'll need to make them re-create it. Go to https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/, enter your URL and and press debug. You'll see there the info that Facebook takes from your website. If the image is wrong, press the button Fetch new scrape information, it will make Facebook re-build their cache.