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High quality, high-resolution images look good and will attract your customers. However, as the resolution increases, so does the size, which slows down the loading speed. We must also not forget that some goods have a set size limit. Images that cross it will not be accepted.

If you want to advertise on comparison engines and advertising systems, you must comply with their conditions. If these are not met, the services will reject your product images. It is mostly about keeping the minimum and maximum dimensions in pixels. It is also important to consider the real size of the displayed products. Two products with significantly different dimensions may appear distorted in images of the same size. In today's article, we'll show you how to manage these two operations with Feed Image Editor.

Most comparison engines have a series of rules that you must follow if you want to advertise on them. These rules also define the use of product images. One of the parts you need to look out for when setting up your ad is for forbidden characters in their URL. In this article, we'll show you how to find products that have forbidden characters in the URL. And how to modify them to meet all the requirements of comparison engines.

There is one more step to successfully displaying all of your product images. That is to check if the files to which the URL in the product details refers are standard image formats. In the following tutorial, we will show you how.

Even if you have the IMGURL element filled in for all products, this does not mean that your product images will be displayed. You may experience errors: page not found, no access to the page, or another unknown problem with the page. Let's take a look at what lies behind these errors and how to fix them.

Keeping track of all the products in your online store is not easy and everybody sometimes makes a mistake. One of the more serious mistakes is when there are no pictures of your products - it can considerably deter your customers. Read how you can always handle this situation using the Feed Image Editor.