LinkedIn Pages are available on multiple devices and screen sizes. LinkedIn recommends the following specifications
|TAB||MODULE||MINIMUM IMAGE SIZE||RECOMMENDED IMAGE SIZE|
|Page||Logo Image||300 (w) x 300 (h) pixels||300 (w) x 300 (h) pixels|
|Page||Cover Image||1192 (w) x 220 (h) pixels||1128 (w) x 191 (h) pixels|
|Life||Main Image||1128 (w) x 376 (h) pixels||1128 (w) x 376 (h) pixels|
|Life||Custom Modules||502 (w) x 282 (h) pixels||502 (w) x 282 (h) pixels|
|Life||Company Photos||264 (w) x 176 (h) pixels||900 (w) x 600 (h) pixels|
Your cover image may have to be adjusted to fit the screen, which may involve trimming the image horizontally or vertically. We recommend uploading a high-quality image with limited text to ensure an optimal display on all devices and screen sizes. Our accepted image formats for uploads are PNG or JPEG.
You can also use Vimeo or YouTube URLs for the main image/video and custom module sections. The static image displayed for the video is taken from the thumbnail image on Vimeo or YouTube. To change the static image, you'll need to update the thumbnail for that video on Vimeo or YouTube.
Note: Members can click on an image from the Company Photos section of the Life tab to view a larger version of the photo. If you follow the minimum image size guidelines rather than the recommended guidelines, the image will likely appear small when a member clicks on it.
You can find more information on LinkedIn.