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How to Resize and Edit Images in WordPress (The Right Way) 

  • September 7, 2022
  • 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92efstacey corrine

how-to-resize-images-in-wordpress

Do you have problems with the sizes of your images? Many people often overlook the simple option WordPress has to resize images.

Controlling the resizing of your images in WordPress can have a significant impact on the loading speed of your site, as well as saving space on the server.

In this article, we’ll cover exactly how to use WordPress to resize images, so you don’t get bogged down with slow page load times.

  • Why use WordPress to resize images?
  • How to resize images in WordPress
  • How to fetch images in WordPress
  • How to rotate images in WordPress
  • How to Flip Images in WordPress
  • How to restore resized images in WordPress

Shall we start?

Why use WordPress to resize images?

Resizing the images you add to WordPress is important for 2 reasons:

  1. To make sure your site isn’t slowed down by the pressure of loading large images.
  2. To save space on your site’s hosting server.

If you haven’t already taken steps to improve your website’s performance, then image compression is a good place to start.

If you’re using high-quality stock photos or working with images taken from your camera, your images are likely to have fairly large file sizes. While these large image files can be great for printing, smaller image sizes work better on the web because it takes less time for browsers to load.

Most WordPress themes are optimized for a specific set of image sizes which are typically:

  • Largo
  • Medium
  • Small
  • Thumbnail

Deciding what image sizes are required in your theme and resizing your uploaded images to match is a great way to ensure your images load quickly.

Not sure what size your images should be?

First, find out the width of your content area in WordPress. Your content area is where any text or images you add to your site is displayed.

You can do this in Chrome with the inspect tool. Right-click on any content on your site and choose Inspect from the menu.

A window with code will appear. Don’t worry about how scary this looks, you won’t need to do anything to the code.

Utilisez la herramienta de inspección para encontrar el ancho de su área de contenido

Move your cursor over the code until you see a highlighted column, usually in blue. You’ll notice a tooltip at the top of the highlighted area. The first number is the width of your theme’s content.

In our case, the width is 695 pixels. This means that any image we upload should be no more than 695 pixels wide.

Now you have the starting point for your image size, let’s take a closer look at how you can use WordPress to resize images.

How to Resize Images in WordPress

Using WordPress to resize images is pretty simple.

To get started, head to Media » Library from your WordPress admin panel.

Allez dans Média puis Bibliothèque depuis la zone d'administration de WordPress

Now, upload or click on the image you’d like to resize in WordPress.

Ajoutez l'image que vous souhaitez redimensionner dans WordPress

From here, click Edit Image.

Cliquez sur le bouton Modifier l'image pour utiliser WordPress pour redimensionner l'image

Under the Scale Image heading, you can enter new dimensions for your image. If you just enter a width, the height will automatically be calculated based on the image ratio or vice versa.

In the first box, enter the width of your content area. In our case, this was 695 pixels.

When you’re done, click Scale to resize the image.

Cliquez sur l'échelle pour utiliser WordPress pour redimensionner l'image

To use the resized image, go back to the image details page, and copy the URL as shown in the screenshot below.

Copiez l'URL de l'image pour l'utiliser.

That’s it! You’ve now used WordPress to resize an image, and you can use it wherever you like.

To give you an idea of how resizing an image can impact your page speeds, let’s take a look at the original image’s page speed compared to the resized image.

We used Blog Tyrant’s website speed test tool for this example.

Here’s the test result of the original image size when added to a standard blog post.

temps de chargement de la page avant de redimensionner une image dans WordPress

And, here are the results for the resized image.

Page load time after resizing image in WordPress

The difference may not appear to be much at first glance. But imagine a website with hundreds of images. Even the smallest difference in loading times can have a huge impact on how likely visitors are to stay on your page.

Still, WordPress offers more than simple image resizing. You can use it to crop, rotate and flip images too. Shall we find out how?

How to Crop Images in WordPress

To crop an image in WordPress, we’ll follow the same first steps as we did with resizing an image.

Head to Media » Library, click the image you’d like to crop, and click Edit Image.

Next, click and drag your mouse on the image to start the cropping process.

Click and drag to crop your image in WordPress

You can click on any of the little squares to adjust the cropped area or move the area around the image. Once you are satisfied, click the Crop icon as shown below.

Click the crop button to crop your image in WordPress

Now click Save.

Simple as that, you’ve cropped your image!

Again select the URL on the image details page to use the cropped image.

Copy the image url to use it

But what if you want to rotate your image in a different direction? Don’t worry, WordPress can handle that too. We’ll show you how next.

How to Rotate Images in WordPress

To learn how to rotate an image in WordPress, follow these instructions.

First, go to Media » Library, choose your image, and click Edit Image.

Now click the Rotate Left or Rotate Right buttons to rotate your image 90 degrees at a time.

Use WordPress to rotate an image by clicking rotate left or rotate right.

If you mess up, don’t panic. Clicking the Undo button will reset the image to the last step.

Undo changes by clicking the Undo button.

Click Save when you’re happy.

Great work! Rotating an image in WordPress is pretty easy, isn’t it? Now let’s look at how to flip an image.

How to Flip Images in WordPress

Flipping an image in WordPress follows the same basic steps as rotating an image.

First, go to Media » Library from your WordPress dashboard, select your image, and then click Edit Image.

To flip your image, click the Flip Vertically or the Flip Horizontally button.

To flip an image in WordPress, click flip vertically or flip horizontally

Click Save when you’re done.

With all the changes you’ve made to your image, what if you want to go back to the original image and start over? Keep reading to find out how you can do this.

How to Restore Resized Images in WordPress

We all screw up from time to time. We’re human, right?

If you screw up using WordPress to resize your images, we’ve totally got your back. There’s an easy way to get back to the original image.

In the image below, we’ve clearly cropped the image in the wrong place, and we’ve scaled the image to dimensions that are too small.

Learn how to restore the original image in WordPress

Look to the right-hand side of the image edit screen, and you’ll see a heading labeled Restore Original Image.

Clicking this reveals a button that lets you restore the image to its original size.

Click the restore image button to return the image to original settings.

Click Restore Image to reset all of your changes.

Now your image is exactly the way it was when you first uploaded it. Pretty handy, right?

There you have it!

Today you’ve learned how to use WordPress to resize images. Plus, how to flip, crop, rotate, and reset them too.

You’ve also discovered how to find the ideal image size based on your WordPress theme’s content area. Now, when visitors head to your website, their browsers will load your images quicker without losing quality.

We hope you enjoyed learning how to resize images in WordPress. And if you’re not convinced your WordPress theme is the best choice for you, this guide will help you find a better one.

While you’re at it, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for future WordPress guides and tutorials.

Comentarios

  1. 9e0ab86ee2c79d27d17214d1bb6f78d7 teresa dice:

    16 de marzo de 2021 a las 10:19 am

    Hola, estoy tratando de cambiar el tamaño de una imagen e intenté usar la opción Editar imagen como se muestra arriba. Desafortunadamente, WordPress dice ‘No se puede crear una nueva imagen’. ¿Podías ayudarme con esto?

    Respuesta

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francisco dice:

      22 de marzo de 2021 a las 13:04

      Hola,

      The most likely reason is not having mod-gd installed. If you are working online with a hosting company and have Cpanel as your hosting platform you can enable this module in Cpanel through PHP Selector—> extensions—> gd.

      Let me know should you have any more questions.

      Best Regards,

      Reply

  2. af4c65dfaa9475fc8d058f6bc532997b Travis Finley says:

    March 21, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    Re-sizing did nothing. Unless I missed a step, I followed your instructions and the image stayed the same size it was before.

    Yeah, tried again. This isn’t changing the size for me.

    Reply

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francis says:

      March 22, 2021 at 1:07 pm

      Hello Travis,

      For us to further assist, would you mind telling us if you receive an error when editing/saving an image?

      Thanks,

      Reply

  3. fd33862bd863bbfbcf15ff6501c87fff Scott “Q” Marcus says:

    April 8, 2021 at 2:51 pm

    This no longer works on wp.com. When I click on the image, “edit image” is on the top. When I click that, it only allows me to rotate, crop or flip. I’ve been using wp for years and have always found a way to get around this. Now, it looks like the only method is to edit it off-line before uploading.

    Am I missing something?

    Reply

    1. 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92ef Stacey Corrin says:

      April 9, 2021 at 4:15 am

      Hi Scott,

      First, can I confirm if you’re using the free WordPress.com or self-hosted WordPress.org version? This guide is aimed at self-hosted versions of WordPress. It’s also a good idea to check that your WordPress installation is up-to-date for any issues.

      Reply

  4. b49be1811b517ddbfb8985e5de2971bf Daan says:

    April 11, 2021 at 6:58 am

    Hi, I am trying to add images through a widget on the bottem of my webpage, but on the webpage they appear larger than the original imported image what causes the image to be less sharp. I resized the images approximatly 190/50 and 90/90 (for round logo’s) before adding them to my media. How can I adjust the image on the webpage to appear like the original imported image size? Do I adjust this in the theme of the webpage? What am I missing here?

    Reply

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francis says:

      April 29, 2021 at 11:42 am

      Hello Dann,

      If you upload an image you can edit it here: https://a.supportally.com/oCDtrF

      The option to upload an image using sizes like thumbnail/medium/large, etc. is not anymore present using Gutenberg blocks. You can install the classic editor for this option to show up: https://a.supportally.com/OZ9Pyz

      Best Regards,

      Reply

  5. 444f080a6a173a9cb0f0bcab7c3aaeba Emerson K. says:

    April 28, 2021 at 8:37 pm

    Hello. I’ve been using the free version of WordPress for over 10 years and you can guess I’ve been very unhappy with their new interface lately. So, a quick question: did they get rid of the option to set image sizes as Large, Medium, Small and Thumbnail??? I swear I can’t find it anywhere on the usual menu anymore or by fiddling with the image/gallery “blocks”.

    Reply

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francis says:

      April 29, 2021 at 11:39 am

      Hello Emerson,

      If I understand your question correctly. The blocks that you are referring are the Gutenberg image/gallery blocks of WordPress and not about the SeedProd plugin, correct? If so, yes the option is not available using Gutenberg blocks. You can resize the image using the Edit link. See here: https://a.supportally.com/oCDtrF

      Or you can install the Classic Editor plugin. The option to upload images using different sizes is still available.

      Best Regards,

      Reply

  6. 8a5008c2a5db9d16410dd266daff08d8 Brenna says:

    November 19, 2021 at 12:08 pm

    I tried to resize a jpg that is currently 850 x369. When I try to scale down it says file restricted to 800 width. Image appears way to large at 850 and 800. What can I do?

    Reply

    1. 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92ef Stacey Corrin says:

      November 25, 2021 at 4:01 am

      Hi Brenna, you could try editing the image in an online image editor or image editing software to reduce the file size and then re-upload it to your website.

      Reply

  7. ba5034e7f03d0e7c5c67e3ec934e63a1 Adam – US says:

    April 29, 2022 at 5:21 am

    I know I should have started my blog with smaller images but not the page loads so small. Is there a way to upload new images (that are smaller) without needing to reformat each post?

    Reply

    1. 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92ef Stacey Corrin says:

      April 29, 2022 at 8:58 am

      Hi Adam. You can try one of these image compression plugins. Many automatically optimize images without you needing to re-upload them.

      Reply

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How to Resize and Edit Images in WordPress The Right Way

How to Resize and Edit Images in WordPress (The Right Way) 

  • September 7, 2022
  • 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92efStacey Corrin

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Are you having trouble with your image sizes? Many people often overlook the simple option WordPress has for resizing images.

Getting a handle on resizing your images in WordPress can have a significant impact on how fast your site loads, as well as saving server space.

In this article, we’ll cover exactly how to use WordPress to resize images, so you’re not bogged down with sluggish page loading times.

  • Why Use WordPress to Resize Images?
  • How to Resize Images in WordPress
  • How to Crop Images in WordPress
  • How to Rotate Images in WordPress
  • How to Flip Images in WordPress
  • How to Restore Resized Images in WordPress

Shall we get started?

Why Use WordPress to Resize Images?

Resizing the images you add to WordPress is important for 2 reasons:

  1. To make sure your site doesn’t slow down from the pressure of loading large images.
  2. To save space on your site’s hosting server.

If you haven’t already taken steps to improve the performance of your website, then image compression is a good place to start.

If you use high-quality stock photos or work with images taken from your camera, chances are your images have pretty big file sizes. While these large image files may be great for print, smaller image sizes work better on the web because it takes less time for browsers to load.

Most WordPress themes are optimized for a specific set of image sizes which are usually:

  • Large
  • Medium
  • Small
  • Thumbnail

Deciding which image sizes are called for in your theme and resizing your uploaded images to match is a great way to ensure your images load quickly.

Not sure what size your images should be?

First, find out the width of your content area in WordPress. Your content area is where any text or images you add to your site is displayed.

You can do this in Chrome with the inspect tool. Right-click on any content on your site and choose Inspect from the menu.

A window with code will appear. Don’t worry about how scary this looks, you won’t need to do anything to the code.

Use the inspect tool to find the width of your content area

Move your cursor over the code until you see a highlighted column, usually in blue. You’ll notice a tooltip at the top of the highlighted area. The first number is the width of your theme’s content.

In our case, the width is 695 pixels. This means that any image we upload should be no more than 695 pixels wide.

Now you have the starting point for your image size, let’s take a closer look at how you can use WordPress to resize images.

How to Resize Images in WordPress

Using WordPress to resize images is pretty simple.

To get started, head to Media » Library from your WordPress admin panel.

Go to Media then Library from the WordPress Admin area

Now, upload or click on the image you’d like to resize in WordPress.

Add the image you want to resize in WordPress

From here, click Edit Image.

Click the Edit Image button to use WordPress to resize image

Under the Scale Image heading, you can enter new dimensions for your image. If you just enter a width, the height will automatically be calculated based on the image ratio or vice versa.

In the first box, enter the width of your content area. In our case, this was 695 pixels.

When you’re done, click Scale to resize the image.

Click scale to use WordPress to resize image

To use the resized image, go back to the image details page, and copy the URL as shown in the screenshot below.

Copy the image URL to use it.

That’s it! You’ve now used WordPress to resize an image, and you can use it wherever you like.

To give you an idea of how resizing an image can impact your page speeds, let’s take a look at the original image’s page speed compared to the resized image.

We used Blog Tyrant’s website speed test tool for this example.

Here’s the test result of the original image size when added to a standard blog post.

page load time before resizing an image in WordPress

And, here are the results for the resized image.

Page load time after resizing image in WordPress

The difference may not appear to be much at first glance. But imagine a website with hundreds of images. Even the smallest difference in loading times can have a huge impact on how likely visitors are to stay on your page.

Still, WordPress offers more than simple image resizing. You can use it to crop, rotate and flip images too. Shall we find out how?

How to Crop Images in WordPress

To crop an image in WordPress, we’ll follow the same first steps as we did with resizing an image.

Head to Media » Library, click the image you’d like to crop, and click Edit Image.

Next, click and drag your mouse on the image to start the cropping process.

Click and drag to crop your image in WordPress

You can click on any of the little squares to adjust the cropped area or move the area around the image. Once you are satisfied, click the Crop icon as shown below.

Click the crop button to crop your image in WordPress

Now click Save.

Simple as that, you’ve cropped your image!

Again select the URL on the image details page to use the cropped image.

Copy the image url to use it

But what if you want to rotate your image in a different direction? Don’t worry, WordPress can handle that too. We’ll show you how next.

How to Rotate Images in WordPress

To learn how to rotate an image in WordPress, follow these instructions.

First, go to Media » Library, choose your image, and click Edit Image.

Now click the Rotate Left or Rotate Right buttons to rotate your image 90 degrees at a time.

Use WordPress to rotate an image by clicking rotate left or rotate right.

If you mess up, don’t panic. Clicking the Undo button will reset the image to the last step.

Deshaga los cambios haciendo clic en el botón Deshacer.

Click Save when you’re happy.

Great work! Rotating an image in WordPress is pretty easy, isn’t it? Now let’s look at how to flip an image.

Cómo voltear imágenes en WordPress

Voltear una imagen en WordPress sigue los mismos pasos básicos que rotar una imagen.

Primero, vaya a Medios » Biblioteca desde su tablero de WordPress, seleccione su imagen y luego haga clic en Editar imagen .

Para voltear su imagen, haga clic en el botón Voltear verticalmente o Voltear horizontalmente .

Para voltear una imagen en WordPress, haga clic en voltear verticalmente o voltear horizontalmente

Haz clic en Guardar cuando hayas terminado.

Con todos los cambios que ha realizado en su imagen, ¿qué sucede si desea volver a la imagen original y comenzar de nuevo? Sigue leyendo para descubrir cómo puedes hacer esto.

Cómo restaurar imágenes redimensionadas en WordPress

Todos nos equivocamos de vez en cuando. Somos humanos, ¿verdad?

Si te equivocas al usar WordPress para cambiar el tamaño de tus imágenes, te respaldamos por completo. Hay una manera fácil de volver a la imagen original.

En la imagen a continuación, claramente hemos recortado la imagen en el lugar equivocado y hemos escalado la imagen a dimensiones que son demasiado pequeñas.

Aprende a restaurar la imagen original en WordPress

Mire hacia el lado derecho de la pantalla de edición de imágenes y verá un encabezado llamado Restaurar imagen original .

Al hacer clic aquí, aparece un botón que le permite restaurar la imagen a su tamaño original.

Haga clic en el botón restaurar imagen para devolver l'imagen a la configuration originale.

Haga clic en Restaurar imagen para restablecer todos sus cambios.

Ahora su imagen es exactamente como estaba cuando la cargó por primera vez. Bastante útil, ¿verdad?

¡Ahí tienes!

Hoy has aprendido a usar WordPress para cambiar el tamaño de las imágenes. Además, cómo voltearlos, recortarlos, rotarlos y restablecerlos también.

También descubrió cómo encontrar el tamaño de imagen ideal según el área de contenido de su tema de WordPress. Ahora, cuando los visitantes se dirijan a su sitio web, sus navegadores cargarán sus imágenes más rápido sin perder calidad.

Esperamos que haya disfrutado aprendiendo a cambiar el tamaño de las imágenes en WordPress. Y si no está convencido de que su tema de WordPress sea la mejor opción para usted, esta guía lo ayudará a encontrar uno mejor.

Mientras lo hace, no olvide seguirnos en Facebook y Twitter para futuras guías y tutoriales de WordPress.

Comments

  1. 9e0ab86ee2c79d27d17214d1bb6f78d7 Teresa says:

    March 16, 2021 at 10:19 am

    Hi, I am trying to resize an image and I tried using the Edit image option as you show above. Unfortunately, WordPress say ‘Unable to create new image’. Could you help me with that?

    Reply

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francis says:

      March 22, 2021 at 1:04 pm

      Hello,

      The most likely reason is not having mod-gd installed. If you are working online with a hosting company and have Cpanel as your hosting platform you can enable this module in Cpanel through PHP Selector—> extensions—> gd.

      Let me know should you have any more questions.

      Best Regards,

      Reply

  2. af4c65dfaa9475fc8d058f6bc532997b Travis Finley says:

    March 21, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    Re-sizing did nothing. Unless I missed a step, I followed your instructions and the image stayed the same size it was before.

    Yeah, tried again. This isn’t changing the size for me.

    Reply

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francis says:

      March 22, 2021 at 1:07 pm

      Hello Travis,

      For us to further assist, would you mind telling us if you receive an error when editing/saving an image?

      Thanks,

      Reply

  3. fd33862bd863bbfbcf15ff6501c87fff Scott “Q” Marcus says:

    April 8, 2021 at 2:51 pm

    This no longer works on wp.com. When I click on the image, “edit image” is on the top. When I click that, it only allows me to rotate, crop or flip. I’ve been using wp for years and have always found a way to get around this. Now, it looks like the only method is to edit it off-line before uploading.

    Am I missing something?

    Reply

    1. 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92ef Stacey Corrin says:

      April 9, 2021 at 4:15 am

      Hi Scott,

      First, can I confirm if you’re using the free WordPress.com or self-hosted WordPress.org version? This guide is aimed at self-hosted versions of WordPress. It’s also a good idea to check that your WordPress installation is up-to-date for any issues.

      Reply

  4. b49be1811b517ddbfb8985e5de2971bf Daan says:

    April 11, 2021 at 6:58 am

    Hi, I am trying to add images through a widget on the bottem of my webpage, but on the webpage they appear larger than the original imported image what causes the image to be less sharp. I resized the images approximatly 190/50 and 90/90 (for round logo’s) before adding them to my media. How can I adjust the image on the webpage to appear like the original imported image size? Do I adjust this in the theme of the webpage? What am I missing here?

    Reply

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 Francis says:

      April 29, 2021 at 11:42 am

      Hello Dann,

      If you upload an image you can edit it here: https://a.supportally.com/oCDtrF

      L’option de télécharger une image en utilisant des tailles comme vignette/moyen/grand, etc. n’est plus présente en utilisant les blocs Gutenberg. Vous pouvez installer l’éditeur classique pour que cette option s’affiche : https://a.supportally.com/OZ9Pyz

      Cordialement,

      Réponse

  5. 444f080a6a173a9cb0f0bcab7c3aaeba Emerson K. dit :

    28 avril 2021 à 20h37

    Bonjour. J’utilise la version gratuite de WordPress depuis plus de 10 ans et vous pouvez deviner que j’ai été très mécontent de leur nouvelle interface ces derniers temps. Donc, une question rapide : ont-ils supprimé l’option permettant de définir les tailles d’image sur Grande, Moyenne, Petite et Vignette ??? Je jure que je ne le trouve plus nulle part dans le menu habituel ou en jouant avec les “blocs” d’images/galeries.

    Réponse

    1. 809764fd7eb0b6a3e66644f2e865b735 François dit :

      April 29, 2021 at 11:39 a.m.

      Hello Emerson,

      If I understood your question correctly. The blocks you are referring to are the WordPress Gutenberg image/gallery blocks and not the SeedProd plugin, correct? If so, yes, the option is not available with Gutenberg blocks. You can resize the image using the Edit link. See here: https://a.supportally.com/oCDtrF

      Or you can install the Classic Editor plugin. The option to upload images using different sizes is still available.

      Cordially,

      Answer

  6. 8a5008c2a5db9d16410dd266daff08d8 Brenna this :

    November 19, 2021 at 12:08 p.m.

    I tried to resize a jpg which is currently 850 x369. When I try to reduce, the file is limited to a width of 800. The image appears too large at 850 and 800. What can I do?

    Answer

    1. 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92ef Stacey Corrin dit :

      November 25, 2021 at 4:01 a.m.

      Hi Brenna, you can try editing the image in an online image editor or image editing software to reduce the file size and then re-upload it to your website.

      Answer

  7. ba5034e7f03d0e7c5c67e3ec934e63a1 Adam – US dit :

    April 29, 2022 at 05:21

    I know I should have started my blog with smaller images, but the page doesn’t load so small. Is there a way to upload new images (which are smaller) without having to reformat each post?

    Answer

    1. 4a09cc21104d8e3329e4ce238bef92ef Stacey Corrin dit :

      April 29, 2022 at 8:58 a.m.

      Hi Adam. You can try one of these image compression plugins. Many automatically optimize images without you needing to re-upload them.

      Answer

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Contents1 How to Downgrade WordPress and Revert to an Older Version1.1 1. A WordPress update included significant changes that are not compatible with your theme or plugins1.2…