This does exactly what it promises and does it well. I have used it for the past four years and I’ve had little issue with it.
The only complaint, small, is its CSS practices and a few inconsistencies. It uses several CSS properties with “!important” attributes which isn’t exactly an efficient practice — and ignored by frameworks like AMP that emphasise lean code (to clarify, the plugin author offers a good explanation for why he does that in their response below). Thumbnail options in the plugin settings also have no effects on thumbnails in widgets. I dequeued its stylesheet and added styles to a custom stylesheet, and they still apply with !important.
Otherwise, it’s the best plugin for what it does — lean and efficient.
This topic was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by barney23.