[Support request] IMG size attributes on logo

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    I have been getting warnings in my google webmaster tools about content shifts. Seems to be image size attributes missing on a couple of things.

    I got all of them fixed but now notice only the logo uploaded in the customize section of generatepress has no width or height attributes.

    Is there a way to fix that? Or is there a way to use the imagesets to have different size logos on different size devices?

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    are you using the latest version of the theme ? GP 3.0.2
    As that should have the image size attribs included.

    If you do have the latest version and the problem persists then provide me a link so i can see whats up.


    It looks like I am running 3.0.2 and premium 1.12.2

    I do have a child theme but that really only has a functions.php in it and about 10 lines of css, nothing related to the logo or images

    I also notice in the customize there is a logo width slide that I can not notice any difference in the css, or view source. at least that I see.

    I also disabled all caching and speed and image optimization plugins

    Still outputting without it

    `<div class=”site-logo”>
    <a href=”https://www.sexswing.com/&#8221; title=”SexSwing.com” rel=”home”>
    <img class=”header-image is-logo-image” alt=”SexSwing.com” src=”https://www.sexswing.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/sexswinglogo-3.jpg&#8221; title=”SexSwing.com” />

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    The size attribute should be there by default as seen here:

    Can you disable all plugins except GP Premium, disable all your server cache if enabled, and activate the parent theme for us to take a closer look?

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