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I have tested it on my test site and it’s displaying fine for me using latest version of Jevelin theme.
Is it displaying blurry for you only on retina display?
Could you please share me your site URL where it’s happening so that i can troubleshoot it?
Yes you can use SVG images for the logo but for that you have to allow SVG image uploads on your site as described on this page http://freewptp.com/fix-wordpress-issue-sorry-this-file-type-is-not-permitted-for-security-reasons/ or just use the attached custom plugin on your site.
Hey. I have basically the same problem. If I use a hi-DPI logo, it appears big (and also blurry) and no scaled versions are produced or used for lo-DPI viewports. I am forced to use a lo-DPI image to make the size render properly, but it is still blurry. I am using a .PNG for the logo. As mentioned above, logo size is already set to “original”. How do I make it support multiple logo images for different devices?
Am I forced to use an SVG to solve this problem? I hope not.
Thanks. But I did put my logo in there as “logo 1” — it just doesn’t seem to handle it as a high DPI image.
You can see what I did with the logo at: hightechsauna.com
That image is 210px wide and appears blurry on retina devices. I can put in an image there that is 420px wide, but it will show 4x as big on all devices, messing up the formatting, and be just as blurry.
Hello, I can’t get the header background image or titlebar background images to call @2x for retina screens. I’ve figured out how to do it with the logo by just uploading the original file @ twice the actual dimensions @ setting the header logo as half of that. Is there something in the stylesheet preventing @2x file names from loading? Thanks!
@wingman This is old topic and to help us keep support thread separates could you please create your own thread for your question instead of replying on others thread as it makes the thread messy and hard to read.
If you want to you can also add reference of this thread in your newly created thread.
We would be more than happy to help you on your new thread.