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Hi,

Today I realised that the size of my site backup was increased dramatically. While I was trying to find the reason, I found out that 5 seperate thumbs are generated for each post I create. But I am using only 275 width for pins. How can I turn of the thumb generation for the other sizes and generate only 275px wide thums (only one thumb for a post)?

Thanks

ProgressionStudios

Yeah, WordPress is going to create 3 by default (Check wordpress.org if you want to disable any of these, they have plugins to do). If you wanted to disable any that are added by the theme, you can do so at the top of the functions.php file. The original image you add is going to be the largest file-size. The additional thumbnail sizes should not really add much in terms of site backup sizes.

If you have any other questions, feel free to post in our support forums:
http://support.progressionstudios.com

Hi,

How do I hide or remove the Top Header Menu?

ProgressionStudios
We can help you out in our support forums. Please post any questions in the support forums:
http://support.progressionstudios.com
Does it supports post pagination such that I can divide the post into multiple parts? :impatient: http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-split-wordpress-posts-into-multiple-pages/
ProgressionStudios

Yeah, all of our themes support post pagination :-)

Let me know if you have any other questions.

maivutan

Do you need third-party plugin(s) to support it?

Can you include that demo in the theme demo too?

ProgressionStudios
No plugins required for that, this is built-in to WordPress. Here is an example post:
http://bayside.progressionstudios.com/2013/02/world-leaders-send-wishes-for-the-chinese-new-year/
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