Support » Plugin: Product Watermark for WooCommerce » Full Image Watermarks

  • Resolved Howdy_McGee

    (@howdy_mcgee)


    When using the image zoom feature in WooCommerce or opening the image in the WooCommerce supported lightbox the watermarks do not appear. It looks like it pulls the original image since it’s the latest to display.

    This means that the original image is not being watermarked and can be accessed and saved by savvy users. How do we ensure that either:

    – The original uploaded image does get watermarked
    – OR the original non-watermarked image is inaccessible and WooCommerce pulls the largest watermarked image into the gallery?

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  • Plugin Author Dima Holovnia

    (@dholovnia)

    Hi,

    Could you please provide your site url where I can check images?

    Regards,
    Dima

    Hello,

    I think this is a non-issue actually. The problem came from the setting the width/height in the Watermark Settings. If an image exceeds the set width and height the image will not get a watermark. The solution is to just set this to an absurd width/height so it catches all images, even the original. Maybe an additional description text here would make this setting clear as it wasn’t obvious to me on my first run-through.

    Thanks for the prompt support in both my threads though!

    Plugin Author Dima Holovnia

    (@dholovnia)

    absurd width/height is acceptable but not really a best choice. We did add those option for a reason.

    The more height and width image has the more RAM php will need to load and edit the image. So if you have limited amount of RAM this will save you from the hundreds of useless tries and loading server.

    If you have big amount of RAM set to php scripts you can really set huge height and width.

    Regards,
    Dima

    Thank you for the insight, that’s helpful! Sounds like we’ll end up installing the imsanity plugin to automatically size down anything above the set threshold.

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