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Hi all, pretty new to Convertkit and I'm struggling with the header image in the card template for broadcasts. What are the dimensions a picture that you upload should have? I have already tried multiple dimensions but when testing it on a mobile phone the image is nowhere near mobile friendly (only part of it is displayed so it does not really look nice). But I cannot seem to be able to find the exact dimensions that that header image should have. Would be great if someone could help me out :-)

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I haven't tested this but found the following information online.  Hopefully it will be helpful. As a guess, I imagine you may need to add some css code to make it Mobile responsive. Good luck!

 

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(From 2017)

Make the banner to be 600px in width and about 125px in height. This proportion looks quite nice on CK emails. You can try 600px x 200px and see if you like that better but I think 600px x 125px works just fine.

Here's the link to the video training on How to Create An Email Banner in Less Than 5 minutes167

 

https://www.sophiaojha.com/blog/005-adding-banner-to-convertkit-emails156

Hey @evisjourney47! We have a video tutorial on customizing the Card template here413 :) From the sounds of your question, it might be that a different template would be a better fit for you (this is covered in the video with visuals/examples!).

I hope that helps!