Image Watermark allows you to automatically watermark images uploaded to the WordPress Media Library and bulk watermark previously uploaded images.
I downloaded this yesterday to my wp 4.1.1 multi-site installation. Not only did it not work correctly but it also won't completely uninstall. It is preventing the other watermark programs I have tried to install from displaying their menu in Settings. Instead, the Image Watermark (supposedly deactivated and deleted) continues to appear and the new watermark programs are mysteriously "deactivated" (even though I double checked that they were "activated" after installation). I tried to get onto dfactory's website and it isn't allowing me to register to post on their support page. Looks like I will have to restore WP to an earlier point. DO NOT INSTALL THIS PLUGIN!
No clear instructions on what the exact procedure is to add a watermark, I kept getting and error about no image dimensions added. I tried all the settings regarding image size and still no result.
Seems to be other people asking about the same issue, so you need some clear instructions on how to use the plugin.
1 star given as looked promising but disappointed so deleted the plugin for now, will take a further look in the future to see if this changes.
Does not work at all, nothing, zip. Checked the forums, there are some unanswered questions regarding this, no help or support also.
Waste of bandwidth.
doesn't apply watermark to previously uploaded images
maybe I did not understand the instructions, but I tried several times, spending o lot of time and not get anything positive.
It's a feature-rich plugin to be sure, but the description on here should state clearly that it watermarks images irreversibly, so people can have that in mind before installing it. I found a response to a post on the dfactory website stating that:
"There is a way to remove watermark, but you’d need to do the following:
1. Do not apply watermark to full size images
2. Install any plugin that allows regenerating images (for e.g. AJAX Thumbnail Rebuild or Regenerate Thumbnails). Both allow you to regenerate images using an original (full size) image.
3. Then, if your original (full size) image doesn’t have a watermark applied to it you may regenerete other image sizes and so remove watermark."
Which I personally think is a bit of a major flaw. Unless I've missed something, in which case please let me know and I'll re-review it....
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