• The files are uploaded to Uploadcare instead of your website. You can have your data stored in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) account instead if you are also paying for one of those.

    No files will ever be stored on your actual blog/host/server outside of Uploadcare or AWS.

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  • Plugin Author Dmitry Mukhin


    we’re sorry that you were mislead.
    could you point where exactly the implication of uploading files to your server is being stated? we’ll make sure to fix that.

    Thread Starter lorikitty


    Since most people aren’t familiar with content delivery networks, you’ll probably avoid this sort of confusion by adding a note either at the top or the bottom indicating the images are NOT stored on the installer’s website/server.

    The lack of a note implies they’re uploaded to the server, since your first and third feature currently indicate the files are uploaded, with no explanation of where (other than a reference to a CDN later in the description):


      Upload images of any resolution and size
      Crop images
      Upload documents and archives
      Choose images from Facebook, Instagram, Flickr or VK
      Choose files from Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Evernote
      Deliver your media through CDN, it’s up to 5x times faster
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