Section Background Image
NOTE: the height can vary, so the 600px height is not required.
Section Parallax Images
Images used in the fullwidth section background image option should be 1,400px in width by the desired height. The height will depend on the amount of content in the section. A recommended height would be between 600px and 1,200px (double for retina).
Subpage - Header Image
Note: page header images with header text or header background video should use 1400 x 682 px.
Module Header Images:
These should be the same size as the Page Header Image at 1,400px wide by 490px tall. This includes the Header Image field for modules such as articles, events, etc. Note that most of these modules have two different image fields. The image assigned to the item and the header image. Typically header images are larger and are used for the detail page of the item where the image field is typically used for monklets, etc. and are smaller (typically a 1,024px wide by 576px tall).
Staff Member Images
Note: the key is to keep all staff images the same size. For horizontal layout the recommended size is 1,024px wide by 576px tall. For a more vertical/square layout of images the recommended size is 600px wide by 600px tall.
Note: event images can use smaller dimensions, if preferred. Images should still use the 16:9 ratio.
For example, 800x450px could be used, and the image would not extend fullwidth on the event details page.
Module Images: Unless noted otherwise in this guide most module (sermons, events, etc.) images should be 1024px wide by 576px tall.
Monklet Images: These will use the module images associated with the monklet and unless noted otherwise in this guide eg. most module (sermons, events, etc.) images should be 1024px wide by 576px tall.
A Word About Saving Images:
Larger pixel sizes look better on Retina Displays (you can double the size of the recommended images eg. module images could be 2,800px tall by 1,200px tall) but they can also be large file sizes if they are not optimized. To reduce file sizes and help speed up load times, be sure to use “Save for Web & Devices” in Photoshop or a similar setting in other tools. Always save photos at 50%–70% quality, especially if you double the recommended size.