Facebook Image Sizes (Updated Oct 2016)

Facebook likes to keep you on your toes, especially when it comes to the correct image sizes.

If you need an in-depth breakdown of every possible image size on Facebook, the full infographic in this post is what you need.  

If you don’t want to bother with editing or resizing images at all, the folks at AdCat will do all the image work for you.

If you’re somewhere in between, here are the most important image sizes from Jon’s post that every small business should know about:

Facebook Cover Photo and Profile Photo

Profile Photo Design Specs: 180 x 180 pixels

Profile Photo Display Specs: 160 x 160 pixels

Cover Photo Design Specs: 828 x 315 pixels

Cover Photo Display Specs on Mobile: 560 x 315 pixels

fb-cover-photo-and-profile-photo

Facebook Ad Photos

Design Specs: 1,200 x 900 pixels

Desktop Display Specs: Up to 470 x 470 pixels

Mobile News Feed Display Specs: Up to 626 x 840 pixels

Right Column Display Specs: 254 x 133 pixels

Tip: Facebook recommends minimal text in ad images for optimal distribution.

fb-photo-sizes

Facebook Videos

Design Specs: Thumbnail Image 1,200 x 675 pixels

Video: HD widscreen preferred

Audio: Stereo

File Size: Up to 4GB max

Desktop News Feed Display Specs: 470 pixels wide

Mobile News Feed Display Specs: 560 pixels wide

Right Column Display Specs: 254 x 143 pixels

fb-video-sizes

Carousel Ad Images

Design Specs: 600 x 600 pixels

Desktop Display Specs: 300 x 300 pixels

Mobile News Feed Display Specs: 460 x 460 pixels

Right Column Display Specs: 125 x 125 pixels

Tip: Facebook recommends minimal text in ad images for optimal distribution.

fb-carousel-ad-image-sizes

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