Elementor is a front-end page builder that gives you complete design control of your WordPress site. With Elementor you can edit pages and post content live while making adjustments to each element’s layout and settings – down to every detail!
One way you can do this is by resizing images. Doing this will ensure your pictures will look their best across different screens and sizes.
Select the image you want to resize.
Images are an essential element of any website as they convey messages and meanings to visitors. Therefore, it’s essential to ensure your images are of appropriate sizes for your site; otherwise they could end up too large or small for visitors’ browsing experience. With Elementor’s Image widget you can easily resize an image.
To resize an image, either from your media library or an existing post/page, select it in your pages/posts and use the Image widget’s Image Settings feature from its left menu – custom sizes can also be chosen if necessary.
The Image widget offers three image-related settings you can customize: Content, Style and Advanced. With Content you can add captions/descriptions/background colors/alignment changes and caption/description text while with Style you can set border and padding settings that help create unifying vertical rhythm that makes pages/posts more pleasing to the eye.
Regarding Image Size, there are three options available to you. Choose Auto to have the image enlarged automatically according to its container; this may result in it looking pixelated or low quality; choose Contain for scaled images that conform exactly with its height and width – this usually works better but may leave white spaces around its edge.
Select the sizing option.
Elementor’s Image Settings panel offers various sizing options that allow you to easily customize the size of your images, such as Default, Custom, Small Medium Large Extra-Large sizes. Once clicked upon one of the sizing options you can then choose both width and height for your image.
Resizing images is an easy and quick way to reduce their file sizes, helping improve site performance. This is particularly essential if your website features many images; in order to prevent too-large images from cluttering the webpages too much. In order to prevent overly-large pictures being uploaded for content that does not require them.
Elementor stands out from other page builders by being front-end-based; therefore, you can see your work immediately as it takes effect in real time and create stunning content layouts and page designs regardless of whether your WordPress theme allows for it.
Elementor offers more than robust design features; it also boasts an expansive collection of basic and advanced widgets, such as its JetElements add-on, which contains over 40 Elementor widgets for creating remarkable websites. If additional customization options are required, JetElements comes equipped with its own community where members can come together for support or share their creations; additionally you can search professionals based on expertise, services provided, languages spoken and prices they charge.
Select the width and height.
If you want to resize images with specific width and height dimensions, Elementor makes this easy by offering predefined sizes or letting you input custom dimensions. Clicking the Image Options button provides access.
Selecting the appropriate image size is vital to creating a visually appealing website. Too big images could end up producing blurry, pixelated results which frustrate your visitors; too few will take up too much bandwidth, slowing down loading times.
Elementor’s Image Options allow you to set the default image size of all new elements you create and place on your page. Choose either a fixed width, or enable auto Size mode which automatically adapts the dimensions for whatever device is editing it.
If you use the auto Size option in Jupiter X, the Settings menu allows you to set a default height for elements in order to avoid having to regenerate thumbnails every time the sizing option changes – an especially helpful feature if using full width page templates.
Save your changes.
To resize an image in Elementor, first click it to bring up its toolbar, and select “Size” to open up size settings. From here, you can choose either Fixed or Flexible sizing as well as width/height measurements before clicking “Save” to save all your modifications.
Elementor’s image editing tools offer another useful feature for designing more aesthetically pleasing websites: you can add rounded corners to images. Furthermore, margin and padding settings of images can also be adjusted to make them more aesthetically pleasing.
Elementor makes it easy to customize the colors of your website’s elements with customizable palettes to ensure they match up perfectly with your brand design. There are lots of colors to choose from and even your own custom palettes to help make sure that the website’s colors will perfectly reflect its purpose and design.
Elementor’s Global Widget feature makes creating templates easier than ever – saving both time and effort by editing content and style across all pages simultaneously. You’ll find this option in the upper-right corner of your editor, marked with a green check mark; additionally, sections or whole templates can even be saved as templates!