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Imsanity automatically resizes huge image uploads. Are contributors uploading huge photos? Tired of manually scaling? Imsanity to the rescue! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Imsanity automatically resizes huge image uploads. Are contributors uploading huge photos? Tired of manually scaling? Imsanity to the rescue!
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Imsanity
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Imsanity is developed at https://github.com/nosilver4u/imsanity (pull requests are welcome) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Imsanity is developed at https://github.com/nosilver4u/imsanity (pull requests are welcome)
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Contribute
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Questions may be posted on the support forum at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/imsanity but if you don't get an answer, please use https://ewww.io/contact-us/. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Questions may be posted on the support forum at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/imsanity but if you don't get an answer, please use https://ewww.io/contact-us/.
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Imsanity doesn't search your file system to find large files, instead it looks at the "metadata" in the WordPress media library database. To override this behavior, enable deep scanning. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Imsanity doesn't search your file system to find large files, instead it looks at the "metadata" in the WordPress media library database. To override this behavior, enable deep scanning.
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Imsanity is short for "Image Sanity Limit". A sanity limit is a term for limiting something down to a size or value that is reasonable. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Imsanity is short for "Image Sanity Limit". A sanity limit is a term for limiting something down to a size or value that is reasonable.
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When an image is uploaded WordPress keeps the original and, depending on the size of the original, will create up to 4 smaller sized copies of the file (Large, Medium-Large, Medium, Thumbnail) which are intended for embedding on your pages. Unless you have special photographic needs, the original usually sits there unused, but taking up disk quota. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When an image is uploaded WordPress keeps the original and, depending on the size of the original, will create up to 4 smaller sized copies of the file (Large, Medium-Large, Medium, Thumbnail) which are intended for embedding on your pages. Unless you have special photographic needs, the original usually sits there unused, but taking up disk quota.
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You might not want to use Imsanity if you use WordPress as a stock art download site, provide high-res images for print or use WordPress as a high-res photo storage archive. If you are doing any of these things then most likely you already have a good understanding of image resolution. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You might not want to use Imsanity if you use WordPress as a stock art download site, provide high-res images for print or use WordPress as a high-res photo storage archive. If you are doing any of these things then most likely you already have a good understanding of image resolution.
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The size limit that imsanity uses is configurable. The default value is large enough to fill the average vistors entire screen without scaling so it is still more than large enough for typical usage. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The size limit that imsanity uses is configurable. The default value is large enough to fill the average vistors entire screen without scaling so it is still more than large enough for typical usage.
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Imsanity allows you to set a sanity limit so that all uploaded images will be constrained to a reasonable size which is still more than large enough for the needs of a typical website. Imsanity hooks into WordPress immediately after the image upload, but before WordPress processing occurs. So WordPress behaves exactly the same in all ways, except it will be as if the contributor had scaled their image to a reasonable size before uploading. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Imsanity allows you to set a sanity limit so that all uploaded images will be constrained to a reasonable size which is still more than large enough for the needs of a typical website. Imsanity hooks into WordPress immediately after the image upload, but before WordPress processing occurs. So WordPress behaves exactly the same in all ways, except it will be as if the contributor had scaled their image to a reasonable size before uploading.
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Photos taken on any modern camera and even most cellphones are too large for display full-size in a browser. In the case of modern DSLR cameras, the image sizes are intended for high-quality printing and are ridiculously over-sized for display on a web page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Photos taken on any modern camera and even most cellphones are too large for display full-size in a browser. In the case of modern DSLR cameras, the image sizes are intended for high-quality printing and are ridiculously over-sized for display on a web page.
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Optionally you can temporarily adjust the max image size settings and set them to a number that is higher than the resolution of the image you wish to upload You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Optionally you can temporarily adjust the max image size settings and set them to a number that is higher than the resolution of the image you wish to upload
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You can re-name your file and add "-noresize" to the filename. For example if your file is named "photo.jpg" you can rename it "photo-noresize.jpg" and Imsanity will ignore it, allowing you to upload the full-sized image. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can re-name your file and add "-noresize" to the filename. For example if your file is named "photo.jpg" you can rename it "photo-noresize.jpg" and Imsanity will ignore it, allowing you to upload the full-sized image.
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WordPress uses the GD library to handle the image manipulation. GD can be installed and configured to support various types of images. If GD is not configured to handle a particular image type then you will get this message when you try to upload it. For more info see http://php.net/manual/en/image.installation.php You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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WordPress uses the GD library to handle the image manipulation. GD can be installed and configured to support various types of images. If GD is not configured to handle a particular image type then you will get this message when you try to upload it. For more info see http://php.net/manual/en/image.installation.php
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