Ratina Display support ?Browser Info Environment
Does it loads higher resolution thumbnails images automatically ?
I am really looking forward to buy this theme.
No, I'm afraid you have to add the images manually.
More information is available here:
If you want to provide retina.js images, you will need to save two images for each image that you want to use and place those in a folder in your theme. You will need to create one that is the size that you want to use and one that is double that size. The one that is double the size of the original image should have the same name as the original image with the ending @2x.
For example, if you have one image called my_image.png, you will need to have another image twice the size called [email protected]
If we had the images in an image folder and the link to the image was this path:
Then, in the images folder, we would have the two images "my_image.png" and [email protected]". If a retina display was detected, retina.js should ensure that the larger (or higher resolution) image is served.
If you would like to ensure your images are served using retina.js, we would recommend inserting images using the path in the HTML block (e.g. click on the plus icon > Drag an HTML block to the editable area > enter the image path, e.g. <img src="/packages/seren/themes/seren/images/my_image.png"> click "Add". Then make sure the two images are saved in the same folder (e.g. in a folder called "images"). Please note that your image may have a different path than our example, depending on your theme's file structure.
Alternatively, if you do upload an image via a different method, e.g. we uploaded an image using a "Content" block, you can use a tool like Firebug in Firefox to find the path for the image you have uploaded. Once you know the path, you can put the larger image in the same folder. When you upload images in concrete5 using a "Content" block for example, they are inserted into /application/files in the root of your installation.
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Sent: 07 July 2015 20:31
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Subject: Ratina Display support ? : Support