If you have a WordPress site, it is likely that your website is responsive. This means that content will scale up or down depending on the screen size it is being viewed on. All the websites we make at SignalBoost are fully responsive so if you bought one through us pay close attention to the following details.
Match Your Size
When loading images on a website, the larger the image size, the longer it is going to take for the site to load. For this, it is important to always keep your images at the lowest size possible, which is typically the largest size at which your image will be displayed.
Match Your Aspect Ratio
Do not use a portrait image for a landscape section and vice versa. The result will be the wrong area of your photo being displayed.
Always check your responsivity
Finally, the last part of this section serves to advise you to never forget to check your responsivity across multiple browsers and devices. An easy way to do this is through http://app.xrespond.com/ where you can simply input the site where your image is displayed and the website gives you a variety of resolutions to choose from.