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The best picture size for a web headers?
Please provide me with the right pictures for my website and my page on my Facebook to bring them together in a visual way. I' m glad to use a different size picture (this is easy to do), but I would like to know what is the best size for a full width head picture that you can choose on a web page?
I know that Facebook needs a size of 825x250, which just seems a little... strange. Has your website a maximal width that the headers can go independently of the display, or is it fully reactive? Well, it does depend on the picture. I' ve noticed that complicated pictures look better when they're a little big and then they get thinner.
Regular pictures look good at 100%. However, taking big pictures is also detrimental to your pace. "Well, it depends" is just the right word to say. Whereas until recently we generally used pictures with a maximum width of 1000px, we now tend towards 2000px. Admittedly, yes, it is a compromise when it comes to size.
Headers size varies depending on the size of the monitor. On a small display phone, it's doubtful if you want a headers at all, let alone a giant picture! Need more than one size head for different fast-response panes, or need a dynamic change in the size of the head area to run. In general, about 990X180 pixel are good, but can be almost anything, if it actually matches the topic itself and e.g. is not too big, it causes a scrolling beam to appear at 1024X768 resolution.
Whilst I concur with what has been said above, one thing I want to stress is that the size must always vary depending on the website layout. When there is actually more to the website kind of viewing then photographs or pictures need to have more space left than the contents. Need more than one size head for different fast-response panes, or need a dynamic change in the size of the head area to run.
Really it really does vary depending on how the user is most likely to look at the site or how they respond to their needs. Yet, according to what I have been reading, a head picture should not be protruding in an unwanted manner and many a time a small one is sufficient for contents serious web sites.
Well, it actually does depend on it, and in most cases you will be the last one to decide because it is your website, right? This may seem a bit big to some folks, but just think of what the UX theme says - that pictures today have a big part to play in getting traffic.