Dimensions For A Facebook Cover Photo
What are the dimensions of my Page's account picture and cover image?
Your Page's account image:
- Display screens at 160 × 160 pixels on your Page on computers, 140 × 140 pixels on mobile phones as well as 50 × 50 pixels on many feature phones
- Have to go to least 180 × 180 pixels
- Will certainly be cropped to fit a square
- Is located 16 pixels from the left and also 176 pixels from the top of your cover photo on computer systems
- Is located 24 pixels from the left, 24 pixels from the bottom and 196 pixels from the top of your cover picture on smartphones
Your Page's cover picture:
- Display screens at 851 pixels large by 315 pixels high on your Page on computer systems as well as 640 pixels broad by 360 pixels tall on smart devices
- Doesn't display on function phones
- Need to be at the very least 399 pixels wide and also 150 pixels high
- Loads fastest as an sRGB JPG data that's 851 pixels wide, 315 pixels high and less than 100 kilobytes
-For profile images and cover pictures with your logo or message, you could obtain a far better outcome by using a PNG documents.
What regarding the resolution?
Along with this dimension modification we have actually chosen a high resolution referral due to the fact that we are also taking into consideration the increase of greater res tools such as Retina Display-- you desire your cover images to look all crisp as well as clear there as well do not you! 1920px x 1080px future proofs you somewhat and also covers off pretty much any other gadget currently on the marketplace.
On resolution Facebook doesn't help when it claims "Remember that your cover photo must be at the very least 400 pixels large and 150 pixels tall". This is merely a minimum size and also in our experience we find it way as well rough as well as the suggestions provides no guidance on risk-free locations for message.
So long as it's not an insane size you won't be punished for posting a good large high res photo (this used to be the situation with Facebook Teams where compression was used) however say goodbye to.
One word of warning, depending upon the display you make use of to view (i.e. non high res/retina display screen), you may find the picture a little fuzzy. We have actually try out JPG vs PNG as well as a range of sizes from 640x360 all the way to 1640x923. Currently 820x461 often looks the sharpest on older display screens however we 'd still recommend 1920px x 1080px for finest future proofing.