WordPress Tutorial: Editing Layerslider

WordPress Tutorial: Editing Layerslider


Wordpress tutorial: How to edit your Layerslider slideshow on AgentPress Open Floor Plan Theme. by Charra Bennett-Hammett of 517-917-0582 support@yoursiteneedsme.com Signup for IDXBroker Platinum with NO setup and Free Install into your WordPress Site here:

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6 Replies to “WordPress Tutorial: Editing Layerslider”

  1. Great tutorial.

    I did notice that the image is still at 2mg after inserting at the resized format 1506 x 500.
    Any reason for this, or have I missed something?

  2. this is really fantastic. Really helpful and easy to understand. I liked the fact that you reversed the whole process again at the end of the video. Thank you

  3. You don’t have skill in both Photoshop and Layer slider, so don’t show the thing is you don’t know, it’s suck!.

  4. FYI, using a 300dpi on a computer is overkill. 300dpi is for print, max you need for the web is 72dpi. If your images are over 350k, they are too large. Large images slow down site speed and is a negative point on Googles new search algorithm. A great way of looking at images is to use JPG for pictures and if you need charts or fine line detail use PNG. Also if you use images that scale off of 1366 x 553 by 2x or by half you will have a perfect “HERO” image for tops of sites or sliders. AND for JPG’s you can actually save it at 30quality and it often looks great still and really makes your image drop below 350k often below 150k.

  5. Any reason why did you choose 300 dpi image resolution while 72 is enough for web images? I think you should use 72 as 300 is way bigger file size. Also try tinypng.com to optimize image size without loosing any quality.

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