• When you do a bulk resize it checks to see if any html defines an image larger than your specific max size, and instead of resizing the affected image to the html defined size it just warns you that resizing it to your establish max size will result in pixelization. Gee whiz how much harder would it have just been to make an exception for the images and resize them to the html defined settings? So you have 2 options for bulk resize: resize everything included images you don’t want resized, or resize nothing. how dumb.

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  • Plugin Support Pawel – WPMU DEV Support


    Hello @lullabyman

    Thank you for your time in writing this review. I’m afraid the Smush can resize only original size images as stated in the plugin’s description. It is not resizing thumbnails that are created automatically by the WordPress.

    In the Pro version, you can enable CDN which will resize all images based on the container dimensions.

    If you have “Detect and show incorrectly sized images” option enabled in Tools, it only detects what images are incorrectly resized, which you can change either image dimensions or container dimensions manually.

    Kind regards,

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