How to Change Image Sizes in cPanel?

If you find yourself spending a lot of time scaling or resizing images before you upload them to your site, let me show you how to change image sizes in cPanel with the “Images Scaler.”

Step::1 Login to your cPanel and go inside Images under Files section

Step::2 On the next page, click over Scaler button

Step::3 Now go to public_html directory

Step::4 Next you need to go inside a particular folder where you image files are situated

Step::5 Choose the image for which you want to change the dimension

Step::6 This is where you enter the new image dimensions. You can change the image dimension to a total new dimension. You can keep aspect ratio to prevent image stretching or distortion.

Step::7 You can also select the option “Retain a copy of the old image” if you want to have a backup of your old image.

Step::8 Finally click over Scale Image button.

This is how you can change image size in cPanel.

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