This plugin let’s you upload images to the gallery. It will resize to big images and remove the original by default.
It will also convert BMP files to JPEG file formats to save disk space.
You can configure the settings under “Media -> Image handler”. Here you can set the default values for the resizing and converting to BMP.
On the media upload page you can select if the original needs to be resized or not, this will temporarly override the default setting.
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- Extract the original_image_handler.zip to
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Adjust the settings for your needs under “Media -> Image handler”
- Can I bulk resize images?
Yes, in the Library there is an bulk action to resize multiple files at once. Keep in mind that this is an pretty heavy opperation for the server.
- What is the minimum resize size?
The minimum resize size is 16 pixels (width and height)
- Can I upload an image and keep the original size?
Yes, when you upload an image via the “Library -> Add New” you have an option that disables the resize for the time you are on the page.
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Contributors & Developers
“Original Image Handler” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Official Release