All images 64x64px – please help

All Images where I let WordPress render the html img -tag have the wrong size (64x64px), no matter what size i tell wp to use.

I upload an image with dimensions 320×320 pxThen I use this line of code

`<?php$image = 1368;echo wp_get_attachment_image($image, ‘full’)?>`

where `$image` equals the image id as seen in wp media library;

I would expect to get the full 320x320px image. But i do get a 64x64px image:

`<img width=”64″ height=”64″ src=”`[`https://[…]/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Rectangle-16.png`](`” class=”attachment-320×320 size-320×320″ alt=”” loading=”lazy” srcset=”`[`https://`](`[`[`…]`]([`/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Rectangle-16.png`]( `370w,` [`https://`](×300.png)[`[…]`]([`/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Rectangle-16-300×300.png`](×300.png) `300w,` [`https://`](×150.png)[`[…]`]([`/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Rectangle-16-150×150.png`](×150.png) `150w” sizes=”(max-width: 64px) 100vw, 64px”>`

(I Removed the domainname here for illustrative purposes.)

Img ist displayed in 64x64px on each viewport.The used source is always the smallest (150×150)

Same happens for each registered image size and as well when I use a distinct array with size -values e.g.

`<?php echo wp_get_attachment_image($image, array(320,320)) ?>`

I guess wordpress gets the content of the `sizes` \-attribute on the `img` tag wrong, but why? And how to fix that?

I tried setting the `$content_width` variable inside functions.php to values between 320 and 1800 without any effect.

What am I doing wrong?

  1. One more info. When I fetch the image source

    `print_r(wp_get_attachment_image_src($image, ‘full’)`

    I do get this:

    `Array (`
    `[0] => https://[…]/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Rectangle-16-1.png`
    `[1] => 64`
    `[2] => 64`
    `[3] =>`

  2. AllI can think is, that the original full size? Is set at 64 x 64 pixels. The 2nd parameter being an image size name, so can you double check your functions file? To see whats registered?




    You can also pass an array of a size into it also (not just the image name), have you tried that?


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