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Changes between Initial Version and Version 3 of Ticket #44441


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06/24/2018 07:18:55 AM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #44441 – Description

    initial v3  
    44This generally means that when creating a post the user is no longer constrained in having to choose a specific image size (that has to exist). The users can add pretty much any size images, only constrained by the theme's `content_width`, and the browser will choose the proper image file to download for the specific browser/device for each visitor to the site.
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    6 In that terms the `medium` and `large` sizes are no longer needed as "hard-coded" setting. They are used to support the `srcset` but they should not be used as restrain when creating a post and inserting an image. Having the `max width` and `max height` settings for them on the Settings => Media screen doesn't make sense.
     6In that terms the ability to change the `medium` and `large` sizes "by hand" is no longer needed. They are used to support the `srcset` but they should not be used as restrain when creating a post and inserting an image. Having the `max width` and `max height` settings for them on the Settings => Media screen doesn't make sense.