Support » Plugin: PhastPress » Image file name

  • Zack

    (@zohaibbadarpura)


    SEO related Issue is that your plugin remove image name and using random string which is bad for seo.

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  • Plugin Author Albert Peschar

    (@kiboit)

    Hi @zohaibbadarpura,

    I’m planning to add a feature that allows using the original filename. Once this is done, I’ll let you know.

    For you, if this is a problem for you, you can disable image optimization and use Cloudflare Polish, for example, or another image optimization plugin.

    –Albert

    innpuls

    (@innpulswerbeagentur)

    Hi @kiboit,

    I’ve got the same issue as the first post.
    My website needs to be optimized regarding SEO.
    Do you already know when the feature that allows using the original filename is going to be published?

    Best regards
    Alex

    Plugin Author Albert Peschar

    (@kiboit)

    Hi @innpulswerbeagentur, @zohaibbadarpura,

    It’s possible today, but requires a little manual editing.

    You need to add these two lines to your .htaccess file:

    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -f
    RewriteRule ^wp-content/.*[^/]\.(jpe?g|gif|png)$ wp-content/plugins/phastpress/phast.php [L,NC,E=PHAST_SERVICE:images]

    Then in PhastPress settings, disable image optimization in tags and CSS.

    Now, reload your site and check if images are optimized.

    –Albert

    innpuls

    (@innpulswerbeagentur)

    Hi @kiboit,

    the manual editing worked for me! Thank you!

    – Alex

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