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It is strongly recommended to backup your uploads You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is strongly recommended to backup your uploads

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Constant API Key is not verified. Please check if this is a valid API key %s

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EXIF is a set of various pieces of information that are automatically embedded into the image upon creation. This can include GPS position, camera manufacturer, date and time, etc. Unless you really need that data to be preserved, we recommend removing it as it can lead to <a href="http://blog.shortpixel.com/how-much-smaller-can-be-images-without-exif-icc" target="_blank">better compression rates</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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EXIF is a set of various pieces of information that are automatically embedded into the image upon creation. This can include GPS position, camera manufacturer, date and time, etc. Unless you really need that data to be preserved, we recommend removing it as it can lead to <a href="http://blog.shortpixel.com/how-much-smaller-can-be-images-without-exif-icc" target="_blank">better compression rates</a>.

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<b>Lossless compression: </b> the resulting image is pixel-identical with the original image.</br>Make sure not a single pixel looks different in the optimized image compared with the original. In some rare cases you will need to use this type of compression. Some technical drawings or images from vector graphics are possible situations. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<b>Lossless compression: </b> the resulting image is pixel-identical with the original image.</br>Make sure not a single pixel looks different in the optimized image compared with the original. In some rare cases you will need to use this type of compression. Some technical drawings or images from vector graphics are possible situations.

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<a href="https://shortpixel.com/online-image-compression" style="margin-left:20px;" target="_blank">Make a few tests</a> to help you decide. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<a href="https://shortpixel.com/online-image-compression" style="margin-left:20px;" target="_blank">Make a few tests</a> to help you decide.

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Add patterns separated by comma. A pattern consist of a <strong>type:value</strong> pair; the accepted types are <strong>"name"</strong>, <strong>"path"</strong> and <strong>"size"</strong>. A file will be excluded if it matches any of the patterns. <br>For a <strong>"name"</strong> pattern only the filename will be matched but for a <strong>"path"</strong>, all the path will be matched (useful for excluding certain subdirectories altoghether). For these you can also use regular expressions accepted by preg_match, but without "," or ":". A pattern will be considered a regex if it starts with a "/" and is valid. <br>For the <strong>"size"</strong> type, which applies only to Media Library images, <strong>the main images (not thumbnails)</strong> that have the size in the specified range will be excluded. The format for the "size" exclude is: <strong>minWidth</strong>-<strong>maxWidth</strong>x<strong>minHeight</strong>-<strong>maxHeight</strong>, for example <strong>size:1000-1100x2000-2200</strong>. You can also specify a precise size, as <strong>1000x2000</strong>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Add patterns separated by comma. A pattern consist of a <strong>type:value</strong> pair; the accepted types are <strong>"name"</strong>, <strong>"path"</strong> and <strong>"size"</strong>. A file will be excluded if it matches any of the patterns. <br>For a <strong>"name"</strong> pattern only the filename will be matched but for a <strong>"path"</strong>, all the path will be matched (useful for excluding certain subdirectories altoghether). For these you can also use regular expressions accepted by preg_match, but without "," or ":". A pattern will be considered a regex if it starts with a "/" and is valid. <br>For the <strong>"size"</strong> type, which applies only to Media Library images, <strong>the main images (not thumbnails)</strong> that have the size in the specified range will be excluded. The format for the "size" exclude is: <strong>minWidth</strong>-<strong>maxWidth</strong>x<strong>minHeight</strong>-<strong>maxHeight</strong>, for example <strong>size:1000-1100x2000-2200</strong>. You can also specify a precise size, as <strong>1000x2000</strong>.

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