Is there any way to show a full-sized image on a listing? We tried adding a custom field, set as an image, to the listing, but it sisplays as a thumbnail. We need to be able to show a large, full-sized image as customer wants 1 full-sized “Main Image”.
Please note: we cannot add it to the Long Description field, like we did with a video shortcode, because some of our plans will not have access to the Long Description field.
If you’re referring to the thumbnail image then we offer various different options to determine ‘Default thumbnail image size’. Go to BD Image settings and there you’ll see that option. You can even use Uploaded Image (no resize) option to display the image in its true size. However, that could affect your overall layout of the listing so use that option with caution.
Actually that is another issue we wondered about… Thanks for that tip.
However, what we did was Add a new field called “Main Image” and set it to Type of “Image (File Upload)”, hoping for a full size image but got a thumbnail size. Is there any way to change the size of JUST that new/custom field?
We tried again with 1000×664 size image. No change – still seeing only a thumbnail in the field.
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Upon further testing, it appears that the image size of “Image (File Upload)” field depends on the thumbnail size of the listing. If you increase the thumbnail size, the “Image (File Upload)” image size would also increase. There is unfortunately no option in the settings to control just the size of “Image (File Upload)” field. This is something we’d have to look into for future.
Right now, you can try and use some custom CSS to adjust the layout a little if you have appropriate skills. You can add your own CSS file with custom styles to a special directory. This file is picked up by Business Directory and loaded after all other CSS files from us. This means any styles you add to the file take precedence over our default styles, allowing you to easily override how things look. Here is an article about how to use custom CSS with Business Directory in a way that doesn’t get overwritten on upgrade of BD:
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