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  • Moderator t-p

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    I think you are facing image resize issue here not compression. By default, when you upload an image, WordPress creates three versions of the image – Thumbnail, Medium and Large. You can change these sizes, in Administration >> Settings >> Media.

    I think its caused by over size of your images. You can edit your image through image menu. Choose the match size, and view the results, its the images quality changed or not.

    Hi everyone and thank you for your responses!
    @t-p I’ve already tried this however I’m not entirely sure if I’m putting it in the right place as I’m also using a child theme..
    @mymizan I’ve tried this too and set everything to 0 however I don’t think it’s this since I have set the image to Medium and Large as well as Full and it’s still always pixelated
    @indoteguh I’ve also tried this but I need my images larger than what it is when it’s finished uploading…if I try to make it larger it doesn’t work.

    @sissyyee Better late than never. I just saw your post and I created a plugin that deactivates the default image compression. You can find that plugin via https://wordpress.org/plugins/smntcs-deactivate-image-compression/. 😀

    @t-p I hope pointing out helpful plugins (in this case one of my own plugins) does not violate the rules of this forum. In case I violated the rules of self-promotion, feel free to delete my comment and accept my apologies. 😉

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