How to Setup Dynamic Images with Woo Framework
The next step of the guide to the Woo Framework for the Bueno WordPress Theme focuses on Dynamic Images, which will allow you to set and forget how you manage images.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 2) From the left-hand sidebar of your Dashboard, click on Bueno. This will take you to the General Settings page, where you can click on Dynamic Images from the navigation at the top of the page.
Step 3) If you tick the box marked WP Post Thumbnail, the theme will automatically create a post thumbnail for every post that you publish. You can create a featured image for your WordPress posts by using the Add Featured Image option at the bottom of every new post you create.
Step 4) By ticking this box, you give the theme permission to resize your dynamic images using their resize functionality, thus ensuring the sizing is consistent throughout every page.
Step 5) By enabling the Hard Crop function, you allow for the post thumbnail to be cropped to match the target aspect ratio. This will ensure that you don’t have important parts of your image cut out or misplaced when the posts are published.
Step 6) The TimThumb script will enable images to be resized to suit your posts once they are published. This will save your having to play around with any of your images sizes and save you a lot of time.
Step 7) The Automatic Image Thumbnail option is used when you haven’t specified a thumbnail in the Featured Images section of your posts. By ticking this box, you are enabling the theme to create their own thumbnail based on the first uploaded image in the post. If you don’t always use an image in your posts, it is important that you have uploaded a thumbnail, or your posts won’t look as good when they’re published.
Step 8) The Image Dimensions sets the desired size for your dynamic images. You can leave this section as it is, or change the Width and Height of images as you see fit.
Step 9) You can add your uploaded thumbnail images to your RSS feed by ticking this box. This will ensure that your images will accompany your posts when people subscribe to your RSS feed. Once your ready, save your settings and move on to the next section.
The next step of the guide will focus on How to Setup Ads with Woo Framework.