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Thank you Alex,
Setting fallback_types=”0″ did the trick!
I’m not sure I understand how you mean
…to clarify, now when a user use the logo field but leave out the image field.
then the logo will display as fallback for the image field (which I don´t want since I’m already displaying the logo in the sidebar).
Documentation describes how to enable logo fallback with show_logo=”1″
But I´m looking for a way to disable this, should not show_logo=”0″ work?
Thank you Kor,
Well, I do not wish to remove the srcset. I think this is a great addition as it can serve sharper images to greater screen resolutions .
What I think is strange is that GeoDirectory sets width and height (both for img and srcset) based on the full-sized image.
If I have specified “medium” then this is the dimensions I expect to see.
The larger images (from srcset) will display inside medium dimensions but with greater quality depending on screen resolution (as in my attached example from default WordPress)
I installed a plugin which lets me display current featured image default WordPress way.
But that doesn’t make sense. If I have specified medium for the size here (which is 300px width) this is the dimension that should be displayed.
Any extra srcset info should be for serving same dimensions for large resolutions screens?
Could you please ask developers if this is really the intension here?
Yes, I noticed that in the source also however the browser will ignore this and display the full-size version (try “save image as”), this happens on non-retina small screensize also. I do think that something is not right with the image tag and both “width” and “max-width” are set to full-size image width here.
Thank you justmark!
Very useful info there, I really appreciate it!
…yes, I think 99% of the users will only post images that they own but I would like to be prepared somehow for the ones that don’t care or know about copyrights. I fear that the expensive image libraries will not settle for a warning even if the image is removed directly.
I guess there is no waterproof solution to this…be clear about what images are allowed then fingers crossed that users will behave 😉
any further comments on this are most welcome
Thank you Alex,
Yes, I will definitely include some text concerning this.
But in the end I guess it’s the site-owner that will get sued either way.
I’m fully aware that you can not give any legal advise but you must have run into similar situations over the years?
Maybe there needs to be some text on every page with info about who uploaded the current image? Seems like valid questions for every site owner before launching a directory site?
…we have even considered skipping images uploaded by users completely but it would probably risk becoming a boring site