68 posts
  • 5 Years of Membership
  • Affiliate Level 5
  • Author Level 5
  • Beta Tester
+3 more
DizajnMagazin
says

Hello there people…

I’m looking forward to publish my first PSD web template. I have seen many different widths in preview images, so if anybody can tell my what is maximum allowed width…

124 posts
  • 6 Years of Membership
  • Author Level 5
  • Belarus
  • Collector Level 2
+1 more
Themico
says
You can provide additional preview images. They must be JPGs no larger than 900×900px, and named in the order that you want them to appear using the following format: 01_preview1.jpg, 02_preview2.jpg, 03_closeup.jpg. Create a .zip folder containing your additional preview images.

But I think you can use any size, just try to keep filesize within reasonable limits.

71 posts
  • Trendsetter
  • Exclusive Author
  • Author Level 6
  • 3 Years of Membership
+2 more
TitanicThemes
says

Yes you can use any size. 1200px, 1600px will do the trick. Or you can alternate them. If you have a page that needs a bigger width, you can try also 1920px… any other resolution bigger than that i think is unnecessary.

68 posts
  • 5 Years of Membership
  • Affiliate Level 5
  • Author Level 5
  • Beta Tester
+3 more
DizajnMagazin
says

Thanks for fast answers, will go with 1600px I guess ;)

27 posts
  • Affiliate Level 1
  • Author Level 3
  • Collector Level 2
  • Bulgaria
+3 more
xavortm
says

I can’t link it to you but i think i saw somewhere in the envato’s support about preview images and there the ( strongly ) recommended was 1200px width for templates and unlimited height.

20 posts
  • 3 Years of Membership
mydearcosmo
says

That will depend on you how your site to be shown online, but for working on themes, that is a different story. You have to work on the right specifications.

by
by
by
by
by
by