Facebook Cheat Sheet: Image Size and Dimensions

We’ve created the ultimate Facebook sizing cheat sheet. This infographic is a handy reference tool especially for the designers who need to know image sizes for Facebook fan pages. Use this cheat sheet infographic and you’ll never have to guess the dimensions again!

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Feel free to pin it, share it, or embed it on your own website or blog. Special thanks to our creative designer Rajesh Balakrishnan for the design.


Written By Christy

I have over three years of Internet Marketing experience. I prefer to focus on Analytics, CRO, SMM, Local SEO and Link Earning. Search has become more localized and personalized over time and this is exciting to me. Companies who are able to capitalize on these changes will eventually emerge on top.

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45 thoughts on “Facebook Cheat Sheet: Image Size and Dimensions
  1. avatar88redforest

    Wow! This is a very informative article. I was looking for something like this before, Haha, and finally I found it. It was quite hard to adjust your pictures in facebook without knowing the right dimensions. Thanks for this wonderful tip!

  2. This is super helpful for design team, planning with client and brain storming. Good work here techwyse. Why are you redirecting your link that is in your facebook post over to the Blog URL… tracking purposes etc ? Just curious. Thanks again.

  3. avatardekujasmine

    This is a very useful reference sheet and I’m sure many other people will enjoy this and use it to their fullest advantage. Thanks for sharing it!

  4. avatarChristy Kunjumon

    @Ramkrishnan @88redforest, I am very happy to know that this was very useful for you guys.

  5. avatarVanessa Copeland


    Facebook image sizes don’t accommodate our infographic’s dimensions; therefore, we link it to Facebook from the blog. We do the same with all of our blog content!

  6. avatariebo

    34-24-36. Put those measurements on your page and all young guys will click on it! I know I would. All jokes aside this is certainly the most detailed image sizer for Facebook I’ve ever seen.

  7. avatardeemazing

    I am so happy that you have created this! I have such a hard time managing my pages because I can’t afford to pay a graphic designer and I am never able to correctly size my images. I am going to repost this on Facebook to my professional network.

  8. avatarBeniston

    Thanks for sharing. A very useful one for the ones who wanted the Facebook image to be pixel perfect.

  9. avatarS.L Diamond

    This is helpful for me for the simple fact that I am terrible at doing this on my lonesome. I’m happy you used a list of steps, because no doubt I will be going back and forth from this page for reference.

  10. avatarDB

    Curious what the difference is between the two versions of “Facebook Shared Video”. Is that an “actual” facebook video for the first one, and a youtube link for the second one? Would love to know how to be sure to get the larger preview….

  11. avatarrunejet

    Thanks Christy for sharing and also thank you Rajesh. This is very useful for me because, like Diamond, I’m horrible at sizing my pictures and this cheatsheet will definitely help me and others like me.

  12. avatarVanessa Copeland


    The first “Facebook Shared Video is the size when you upload an “actual” Facebook video. The second one is the size of the video when someone clicks the share button found directly under an “actual” Facebook video. None of the video sizes references any external sites such as YouTube. All the sizes reference strictly Facebook dimensions. I hope that answers your question DB!

  13. avatarVanessa Copeland

    @Matt A, Mobile dimensions will vary depending on the type of operating system you’re using. Nonetheless, image sizes scale from desktop to mobile and vice versa, so I don’t believe you need to worry about mobile Facebook dimensions just yet. As long as images are optimized for the page they should convert properly on mobile devices.

  14. avatarSuan

    Re mobile dimensions: one thing I noticed is that the iPhone Facebook app crops the cover photo, showing only the middle part. This is probably worth reflecting in the cheat sheet.

  15. avatarCarla

    This just goes to show that Facebook hates us! How many different versions of graphics do we now have to make.

  16. avatarblackdata

    Really helpful, bookmarked it. Make more! I love the little guy, whoever made this is very talented

  17. Thanks for this! Super helpful! I use photoshop and I use the correct size for my cover photos with a dpi of 72, but my pictures are a little pixelated sometimes. Do you know how to fix this?

  18. avatarRajesh Balakrishnan

    @Alex Davies:
    Yes I too agree this is very helpful.
    FB cover photos are 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels height. If you upload an image that’s smaller than these dimensions, it will get pixelated. To get the fastest load times for your Page, upload an sRGB JPG file that’s less than 100 kilobytes and for images with your logo or text-based content, you may get a higher quality result by using a PNG file.

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