Imsanity automatically resizes huge image uploads. Are contributors uploading huge photos? Tired of manually scaling? Imsanity to the rescue!
Get better uploaded quality or save bandwidth: Change the JPEG compression-level of uploaded images and thumbnails.
This plugin adjusts the quality of the images when they are uploaded.
Boost WordPress performance: Faster localization, (on the fly) dynamic image resizing and CDN support for images.
Auto-post, schedule, and share your posts on social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and more). Save time with useful automations.
Improve your images: Sharpens resized JPG image uploads via ImageMagick so it keeps quality, EXIF information, color profiles and crops.
Understand precisely your website traffic activity and take actions to improve performance and security.
Analyze the home page of your WordPress site directly from your backoffice and get a quality and performance report.
WordPress uses a default quality of 90% for images served on the website, to conserve space and bandwidth. This plugin forces it to be 100%.
Instantly resize and deliver perfectly optimized images to your website. Not just static images but deep image zoom and 360-degree spin too.
AtomicWriter is an intelligent editing tool that analyzes how your audience likes to read and learns how you can write for them.
Adds quality switch functionality and automatic embed code generation to the wordpress video player.
Theme Mentor is a cousin of the Theme-Check plugin getting deeper into the code analysis.
Webmaster.Net Post Quality Analyzer is a simple lite-weight plugin to analyze the quality of your posts.
Designed for SEO and understanding the Google Panda by connecting a blog with the TOP Quality Analytics which measures the quality of landing pages.
Preflightcheck runs various php test scripts to avoid errors when developing and deploying. Preflightcheck is easily extensible.
WP-Simonbot allows you to monitor and check your wordpress front-end performance automatically.
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