On this page I list the images and image sizes used on the demo pages
We’ve now got a good-looking website with all the basic pages we need. Our next step is to replace the text and images and make the site look like our own unique creation.
Our website currently uses placeholder images, so our first job is to gather the images we will use to replace them.
Hero header images needed (1920px wide)
- Services page
- About us page
- Contact us
Images needed for the body of the homepage
- One 1200x1200px square image to replace the section titled: We design and develop memorable experiences.
- Three 600x600px images for the testimonials section
If you don’t have any testimonials yet, you can delete that row or reduce the number of testimonials if you need to.
Images needed for the About Us page
- One image 934x1400px for the section labelled: Our Work Ethic.
- Three images 600x600px for the section labelled: Meet Our Amazing Team.
If you’re a freelancer, you could remove or change the our team section.
Images needed for the Features and Services page
The images on this page are larger than necessary and scaled down by WordPress. I’m giving you the image sizes used on the demo website.
- How it Works section: 1200x1800px.
- Two images side by side labelled Build your site with Genesis Blocks today: 1600×1067.
- Annie Alpine / Nature First testimonial section. This has an alpine scene background and a woman’s headshot image. The woman’s headshot image on the demo site uses a 1200x1200px image. As with the other images, WordPress scales this image down.
You can download the alpine scene background from Unsplash. But resize the image to 1920px wide before uploading it to your own website. The images on Unsplash are too large to use as is.
Contact us page
The contact us page does not use any images on the demo site. If you have a person who always answers the phone or always answers customer enquiries, you could put a photo of that person on your contact us page. People love to know who they’ll be dealing with.
Always get permission before using any images!
Never use photos of your staff or your customers without their permission. It’s bad manners and might even get you sued.