Facebook Timeline Cover Dimensions
Just what are the dimensions of my Page's account photo and also cover photo?
Your Page's account image:
- Screens at 160 × 160 pixels on your Page on computers, 140 × 140 pixels on mobile phones as well as 50 × 50 pixels on the majority of feature phones
- Must go to the very least 180 × 180 pixels
- Will certainly be cropped to fit a square
- Lies 16 pixels from the left and 176 pixels from the top of your cover picture on computer systems
- Lies 24 pixels from the left, 24 pixels from the bottom and 196 pixels from the top of your cover image on mobile phones
Your Page's cover picture:
- Display screens at 851 pixels wide by 315 pixels tall on your Page on computers and also 640 pixels vast by 360 pixels tall on mobile phones
- Doesn't present on attribute phones
- Have to be at least 399 pixels wide and 150 pixels tall
- Loads fastest as an sRGB JPG documents that's 851 pixels wide, 315 pixels high and also less than 100 kilobytes
-For profile images as well as cover photos with your logo design or message, you may get a far better result by using a PNG data.
Exactly what about the resolution?
Along with this dimension change we've gone with a high resolution referral since we are likewise considering the rise of higher res devices such as Retina Show-- you want your cover pictures to look all crisp and also clear there too do not you! 1920px x 1080px future evidence you to some extent as well as covers off virtually other gadget currently on the marketplace.
On resolution Facebook does not help when it says "Bear in mind that your cover picture have to go to the very least 400 pixels large and 150 pixels tall". This is merely a minimum dimension as well as in our experience we discover it way also grainy as well as the advice provides no support on safe areas for message.
As long as it's not an insane size you won't be punished for uploading a great big high res photo (this used to be the instance with Facebook Groups where compression was applied) but say goodbye to.
One word of warning, depending on the display you use to view (i.e. non high res/retina display screen), you could discover the image a little blurry. We've experimented with JPG vs PNG and a variety of dimensions from 640x360 right to 1640x923. Now 820x461 frequently looks the sharpest on older screens however we would certainly still suggest 1920px x 1080px for ideal future proofing.