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_rg_ says

Is there any way use this to create an image larger than the one uploaded?

I mean, let´s say you have this:

add_image_size('featured', 968, 309, true);

And the user uploads images smaller than 968 px width.

In this case, images will be less width than 968px, will take the original width value only, since the internal wp engine don´t resize the image more than the original (i guess).

Ideas?

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digitalimpact says

Well I guess specifying the width&height on the img tag is too ugly to use…

Maybe this gives you a starting point, if you know your PHP /WP well (I’m not that good, sorry I can’t add anything else but a link…)

Link: wp_expand_dimensions

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