Support » Plugin: WebP Converter for Media - Convert WebP & Optimize Images » I can see image images in webp format even after completing all setps

  • Resolved Anup Kumar

    (@anupvrj)


    Hey there!!

    I have the same problem. My server configuration is also correct. I have run the module to convert png/jpeg in webp. I can also see webp formats in the folder /wp-content/uploads-webpc/uploads.

    But still my website is loading JPG/PNG formats of all images.

    Kindly provide solution for this.

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  • Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    Hello @anupvrj,

    Thanks for your message.

    Everything on your website is working fine. Please kindly read the plugin FAQ carefully. Everything is exactly described there. Even there is a question “Why are some images not in WebP?”.

    Best,
    Mateusz

    Hi there Mateusz
    this page https://www.scargill.net/cats-who-would-have-them-we-do/ and cleared browser cache after loading the webP convertor… I waited maybe 30 minutes before looking at the page – and followed your advice on hitting F12, selecting NETWORK then Img and looking at the TYPE column…

    Am I missing something? I’m just seeing my PNG and JPG files in the TYPE column..??

    Pete

    I just looked – my images are in /wp-content/uploads and various folders underneath that – pretty much sorted by date.

    It seems your software has created a folder /wp-content/uploads-webpc/ and in that is an .htaccess file and a folder called uploads and inside that, there are only 2 automatically generated test images in there.

    Any ideas?

    Pete

    Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    @scargill Did you perform an operation to convert all images?

    Hi there Mateusz – no I assumed the instruction re: using a cron file would do it automatically – there are LOTS of images… did I miss something?

    Ah, I SEE, only files NEWLY uploaded. I just cut and re-pasted the image here…so it made a new image and that is WEBP – so how do I tell it to go through all the exxisting web pages (probably thousands of images) and convert those?

    Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    Have you read the plugin description and plugin FAQ? Everything is exactly described there.

    I will.
    Ta.
    HAH I just spotted that down at the bottom – ok I’m off to start converting old stuff…

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