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As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimising this image too.
As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimizing this image too.
As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimising this image too.
Source | Added: 2019-11-18 09:45:53
As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimizing this image too.
As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimising this image too.
Source | Added: 2019-11-18 09:45:53