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Watermark WP Image Protect

Watermark WP Image Protect is an on-the-fly image watermarking plugin for WordPress.

14 reviews
Average Rating
3.5 out of 5 stars
Not for PNGs
By , for WP 4.3.1

I had transparent pngs in most of my pages. Its all went to black with watermarks. Luckily as site was not lauched yet, I'm able to rework . DONT DOWNLOAD . NEVER !

No image selectivity or support.
By , for WP 4.1

Software says you can limit it from certain images but feature doesn't work. Apparently developers don't answer support questions either. I paid, and can't get help! DO NOT SPEND MONEY ON THIS APP!

By , for WP 4.0.1

Worthless unless you want a watermark on your logo! On your buttons if they're images! Everywhere! And only text... no image watermarks.

Give It A Go!
By Plugin Author, for WP 4.0

WP 4.0 compatible and Watermark your images with ease.

The Best WordPress Watermarking Plugin!
By , for WP 3.9.1

I tried 7 different plugins before I finally found this one. It works perfectly - right out of the box! Thank you so much for making this plugin, it does everything I needed!

easiest I found to set
By ,

I'm really happy with this plugin and feel the premium version was worth it, so 5 stars from me. I found it pretty easy to setup, and what issues/questions I did have, the developer replied pretty promptly and was resolved. I especially liked that it doesn't alter original images, so it became pretty trivial to try different watermarks to get the effect I wanted.

NO Watermark Transparency???
By , for WP 3.8

NO Watermark Transparency???

Bad work, sorry...

A superior watermarking plugin. Highly recommended.
By , for WP 3.8

This watermarking plugin is superior to most others out there, in that it does not write to the original file. Therefore, watermarking may be easily reversed through the settings interface.

This plugin is exactly what I was looking for. Many thanks for making this available.

Great plugin, just needs some tweaks
By , for WP 3.5.1

V 1.7.1 works fine, but in my case it needed a couple of tweaks to work with a different table prefix (I don't use wp_ ) and to detect "JPEG Support" in GD (the script looks for "JPG Support"). Fixed the first one and got rid of database errors. The second one solves the issue when installing.

Other than that however I am unable to exclude any images from watermarking. I'm sure it's something small and if I knew how to turn on the debugging (which I saw in the code) I could probably find what's preventing it from working as intended.

I'm still giving it 5 stars since it's quite acceptable such as it is :)

Works perfectly
By , for WP 3.5

Easy to use with great effect. Would highly recommend it to others. Thanks!

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