Version: 0.8.3.2, 11/10/2010 ChoiceCuts Image Juggler resizes images, generates thumbnails, adds lightboxes and enhances image presentation in WordPr
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The PHP Thumbnail Library library requires a few particulars to work and to operate efficiently. Please take the time to review the PHP Thumbnail Library documentation extracts below, or view the full documentation at http://phpthumb.gxdlabs.com/.
Server Config. Essentials The minimum requirements for the library to function as as follows:
Performance Optimisation Working with images is a memory and CPU-intensive operation. If you plan on working with large images (something taken in high quality on a recent digital camera), you'll very likely need to increase PHP's memory limit in your php.ini file. Try at least half the available RAM on the server (within reason of course). Usually 128-256 MB works well for large images. While this may seem like a lot of memory, keep in mind that it will only be in use while resizing the images, and is freed up when manipulations complete.
Installing a caching plug-in is an advisable step if there is any posibility of your website receiving any sharp increase in traffic. In fairness, it is a good idea to install a caching plug-in anyway. Try WP-SuperCache which does a great job.