After some fiddling with an image header locally. What I found out is that we reach the maximum width of our header as soon as we reach a height of 250 pixels.
I took a screenshot of the maximum width that a header image can reach. For this screenshot, I used a width of 700 pixels. Here, take a look:
However, we can reach the same width by setting the height as 250 pixels. Here:
To finally answer your question, we can set the image width as 100% and the image height with a minimum of 250 pixels so you can reach the maximum width available for a header image.
Here is an example of what I used on my instance:
Keep in mind that I tested this with three screens:
- 27 inches 1080p
- 23 inches 1080p
- 14 inches 1080p
Results may vary aesthetically depending on screen resolution and size.
Let us hear from you, @Devin Parker ! Looking forward to your reply.
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