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Regenerate Thumbnails

Allows you to regenerate your thumbnails after changing the thumbnail sizes.

170 reviews
Average Rating
4.8 out of 5 stars
Works like a charm!
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Used this to resize more than 6,000 images on our site - TWICE - and it worked like a charm both times. What a life-saver :)

Essential plugin!
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A must have for development!

Your plugin is too cool
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wordpress life saver.

I love it!!
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I was helped in this plug-in.
Thanks and i love this plug-in!!

No job too big!
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I have been using this plugin for years on development sites. I used it the other day on an existing site with over 6,000 images. It was brilliant, took a little while to do but did the job. This is a good little workhorse that I can rely on. Thank you.

Should be integrated into WordPress core
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This plugin is a must have for all my WordPress sites. Does what it says on the tin without fuss and is so useful it's surprising it's not part of the WordPress core.

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Great for trying themes
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I was trying out twenty fifteen and it was cropping all of the featured images. (Why??? what a poor choice.) I modified the featured image code to stop the cropping, but the featured images were already cropped. Installed this, told it to start and everything looks like it should have.

What a time saver
By , for WP 4.1

Was batching images in photoshop and look through my db on the best way to update all the attachment meta then found this plugin. Saved me hours of times and headaches. Works great. Thanks

Worked without a flaw
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I just moved an image-heavy WP 4.1 site to another server and deleted all resized images upfront to save some gigabytes of traffic. Somehow I was shure that WP would regenerate the images automagically - which it certainly doesn't.

This plugin solved this problem within minutes and without a problem. Thank you loads, you saved me some hours of tinkering with Imagemagick on the command line.

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