Dynamic Image Resizer
Exactly what I was looking for! My irrational concerns/questions: (3 posts)

  1. sliceofpie
    Posted 3 years ago #

    This is a simple & perfect solution for my way-too-many-image-sizes, thank you so so so much...

    My (crazy & probably unfounded) concern: That extra "c" in the filenames - Is that ever going to be a problem? Does that make me committed to using the plugin forever once I've started? (I'm guessing no, as I just tested turning the plugin off and on... So I'm guessing WordPress, by default, stores the URLs of each image size instance in the db? So it won't get confused when looking for something that should be there but there is a "c" involved...)

    Also, potentially any problems with cache-ing? (Just tested it with wp-supercache and doesn't seem to be a problem...)


  2. Samuel Wood (Otto)
    WordPress.org Tech Dude
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    It won't break if you disable the plugin, but the naming scheme is non-standard. I mainly wrote the plugin as a proof of concept for something I hope to get into core eventually.

  3. ClaudeN
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello sliceofpie,

    About the "c" in the filename. To eliminate the creation of that specific file, in Media Settings I have set the Thumbnail size Width to zero and the Height to zero.

    Hope that helps.

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