Outstanding image size

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Janette
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Hi everyone

 

I have a doubt... Have outstanding images had a certain size in a lanading or web page?? And What is it??

 

I remain to your comments.

Regards

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Kevin-C
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So I looked through this article and a few others.

 

To be safe I would use the largest mimimum image requirement as the base, because these platforms consuming the image will clip it to work in their system.

 

At a glance this minimum looks to be Twitter's:

"In-Stream Photo: Minimum 440 x 220 (2:1 Ratio)"

 

Hope this helps!

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Kevin-C
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Hey @Janette 

 

Could you possibly rephrase your question? It's a little hard to understand what you're asking.

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Janette
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Hi Kevin 

I have created some landings pages and each one has a outstanding image, this landings are for guidance and when activating the campaign and erroneously mark the size of the featured image my image was 600 x 450px I wonder if there is a certain size for the featured images of the pages?

 

I remain to your comments.

Thanks and regards.

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Kevin-C
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If you're referring to these featured images and the sizes that they are displayed on the platform consuming the request (for example facebook, twitter, etc), I would refer to said platform's documentation.

 

I hope this is going in the correct direction. If not a screen shot or two might help.

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Janette
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Yes it is... I have a doubt if this images have to have a specific size? I have read the article but there isnt this information....

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Kevin-C
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So I looked through this article and a few others.

 

To be safe I would use the largest mimimum image requirement as the base, because these platforms consuming the image will clip it to work in their system.

 

At a glance this minimum looks to be Twitter's:

"In-Stream Photo: Minimum 440 x 220 (2:1 Ratio)"

 

Hope this helps!

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Janette
Participant

Gracias Kevin!!