I've changed the size of the image on my theme quite a few time. A few plugin allow you to resize your image, but you have to edit all your post to replace the image with the new size.
I used to do that directly in the SQL database, but this plugin provides a much better and simpler alternative.
This only improvement that I could suggest would be to display the image not in their full size which end up larger than my display size. It would be more convenient if the image was scaled down.
After I've rebuilt all the thumbnail I suddenly remembered that I was using different image size till 2013 and all older posts now appeared with no images. And we are talking about 500+ posts with 3,000+ images.
Surprisingly it took me only 5 minutes to fix the issue, 4 of them I spent finding this plugin.
Second time it came handy the very next day when I found out that rebuilding thumbnails also changed dimensions on some non-standard aspect ratios (e.g. was 960x633 and became 960x632) due to using different image resizing engine. And once again, fixing it was a blast.
Worked great on the latest WP version even though the plugin hasn't been updated for 2 years.
Needed to change the post image sizes after a theme change. This plugin really helped.
It replaced all images in a post with the first image in the post... while this is very artsy, it's not helpful.
Seems to be severely broken with WP 3.6
Was doing a remake of a clients website and found out that all of the image dimensions in the content also needed to be changed. Great plugin!!
This is such a valuable plugin, countering the particularities of WordPress. Had become anxious since I was planning to change my theme, as to what might happen and the hassle I would have to get into to fix things...
This is one of those "must have" plugins you won't know how much badly you need them till you actually need them.
That's the point of plugins really, isn't? And the most essential ones are the ones which answer to potentially universal needs, responding to the way WordPress works.
Keep this plugin alive!
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