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  • Hello there @tokar86a,

    When you say “nothing” happens”, what exactly do you mean?
    Does the plugin start but doesn’t smush any of your images?
    Or does it not start at all?

    If your host has imposed some strict limits then I’m afraid that there’s not much that we can do…

    Cheers,
    Ari.

    Like i sad nothing happen. It only working like 2 sex then it get back to where i started.

    It dont start. I need to click on one link at the time for it to work.

    Do you get my problem?

    Are you sure that it doesn’t start?
    If your host hasn’t enabled progress reporting on files etc then it’s only natural that you don’t see any progress bars etc. I believe there’s a message for that too when you try to run it…

    Even if you’re not seeing anything, this might be working on the background. May I suggest you press the button/link for it to start and leave it open for a couple of hours, see what happens?

    Cheers,
    Ari.

    Yes i am sure.

    what i am talking about the bulk smush in the libery where you can see the image. And like i sad nothing happen when i select what image i wont to process.

    So whats wrong?

    seems to be working ok so far, except for the 1mb file size limit which means it doesnt process a fair few of the png i have

    I still have problem.

    Hello again @tokar86a,
    I still haven’t been able to reproduce your issue,
    Could you please provide some more info on your WordPress installation?
    Are you using the latest version of WordPress and this plugin? Do you have any other plugins that would interfere with images handling?

    Yes i use the last versions. I dont know. What type of plugins can that be?

    What type of plugins can that be?

    Plugins that take care of uploading your images to an external server, Caching plugins that use CDN etc.

    Yes i use a cache plugin. W3 Total Cache and a CDN.

    But how can it be that it work to do it one by one when i have upload the image?

    Depending on your W3 CDN settings, it may be that the images are first uploaded to your local server, and then during cron they are synced to an external CDN.
    So it will work when uploading images, but once the images are transfered to your CDN it’s impossible to smush them again.

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