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WP CLI, but how do I use it to bulk convert? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
WP CLI, but how do I use it to bulk convert?
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<strong>Persons who recently contributed with <a href="https://ko-fi.com/rosell">ko-fi</a> - Thanks!</strong> * 3 May: Jonas * 27 Apr: Jonas * 7 Apr: Anuar * 30 Mar: Michael Schober * 17 Mar: bluesix * 13 Mar: Troglos You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>Persons who recently contributed with <a href="https://ko-fi.com/rosell">ko-fi</a> - Thanks!</strong> * 3 May: Jonas * 27 Apr: Jonas * 7 Apr: Anuar * 30 Mar: Michael Schober * 17 Mar: bluesix * 13 Mar: Troglos
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A few examples: <em>wp webp-express convert</em>: Creates webp images for all unconverted images <em>wp webp-express convert --reconvert</em>: Also convert images that are already converted <em>wp webp-express convert themes</em>: Only images in the themes folder <em>wp webp-express convert uploads/2021</em>: Only images in the "2021" folder inside the uploads folder <em>wp webp-express convert --only-png</em>: Only the PNG images <em>wp webp-express convert --quality=50</em>: Use quality 50 (instead of what was entered in settings screen) <em>wp webp-express convert --quality=50 --near-lossless=50 --alpha-quality=50 --encoding=lossy</em>: More conversion options. encoding can be "lossy", "lossless" or "auto" <em>wp webp-express convert --converter=cwebp</em>: Specifically use cwebp converter. Other options: "vips", "imagemagick", "ffmpeg". PS: For "ewww" and "wpc" (remote webp express) does not work here. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
A few examples: <em>wp webp-express convert</em>: Creates webp images for all unconverted images <em>wp webp-express convert --reconvert</em>: Also convert images that are already converted <em>wp webp-express convert themes</em>: Only images in the themes folder <em>wp webp-express convert uploads/2021</em>: Only images in the "2021" folder inside the uploads folder <em>wp webp-express convert --only-png</em>: Only the PNG images <em>wp webp-express convert --quality=50</em>: Use quality 50 (instead of what was entered in settings screen) <em>wp webp-express convert --quality=50 --near-lossless=50 --alpha-quality=50 --encoding=lossy</em>: More conversion options. encoding can be "lossy", "lossless" or "auto" <em>wp webp-express convert --converter=cwebp</em>: Specifically use cwebp converter. Other options: "vips", "imagemagick", "ffmpeg". PS: For "ewww" and "wpc" (remote webp express) does not work here.
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Well, first, if you don't know WP CLI, here is a <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/cli/handbook/guides/quick-start/">quick start</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Well, first, if you don't know WP CLI, here is a <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/cli/handbook/guides/quick-start/">quick start</a>
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<em>wp webp-express flushwebp</em>: Remove all webp images <em>wp webp-express flushwebp --only-png</em>: Remove all webp images that are conversions of PNG images You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<em>wp webp-express flushwebp</em>: Remove all webp images <em>wp webp-express flushwebp --only-png</em>: Remove all webp images that are conversions of PNG images
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I generally create a pre-release before publishing. If you <a href="https://ko-fi.com/rosell">follow me on ko-fi</a>, you will get notified when a pre-release is available. I generally create a pre-release on fridays and mark it as stable on mondays. In order to download a pre-release, go to <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/webp-express/advanced/">the advanced page</a> and scroll down to "Please select a specific version to download". I don't name the pre-releases different. You will just see the next version here before it is available the usual way. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
I generally create a pre-release before publishing. If you <a href="https://ko-fi.com/rosell">follow me on ko-fi</a>, you will get notified when a pre-release is available. I generally create a pre-release on fridays and mark it as stable on mondays. In order to download a pre-release, go to <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/webp-express/advanced/">the advanced page</a> and scroll down to "Please select a specific version to download". I don't name the pre-releases different. You will just see the next version here before it is available the usual way.
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NOTE: You may have to regenerate .htaccess rules (by clicking the button) in order for this to work. The feature was added in 0.23.0 and if you started using WebP Express before that, the necessary rules will not be there, unless you regenerate, that is. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
NOTE: You may have to regenerate .htaccess rules (by clicking the button) in order for this to work. The feature was added in 0.23.0 and if you started using WebP Express before that, the necessary rules will not be there, unless you regenerate, that is.
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Beta testing
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PS: If <em>WebP Express</em> has placed rules in that .htaccess, you need to place the rule <em>above</em> the rules inserted by <em>WebP Express</em> You have to log in to add a translation. Details
PS: If <em>WebP Express</em> has placed rules in that .htaccess, you need to place the rule <em>above</em> the rules inserted by <em>WebP Express</em>
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<em>Bypassing for an entire folder</em> To bypass redirection for an entire folder, you can put something like this into your root .htaccess: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<em>Bypassing for an entire folder</em> To bypass redirection for an entire folder, you can put something like this into your root .htaccess:
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Doing this will bypass redirection to webp and also prevent Alter HTML to use the webp instead of the original. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Doing this will bypass redirection to webp and also prevent Alter HTML to use the webp instead of the original.
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If you want an image to be served in the original format (jpeg og png), do one of the following things: - Add "?dontreplace" to the image url. - Place an empty file in the same folder as the jpeg/png. The file name must be the same as the jpeg/png with ".dontreplace" appended You have to log in to add a translation. Details
If you want an image to be served in the original format (jpeg og png), do one of the following things: - Add "?dontreplace" to the image url. - Place an empty file in the same folder as the jpeg/png. The file name must be the same as the jpeg/png with ".dontreplace" appended
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There can be instances where you actually need to serve a jpeg or png. For example if you are demonstrating how a jpeg looks using some compression settings. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
There can be instances where you actually need to serve a jpeg or png. For example if you are demonstrating how a jpeg looks using some compression settings.
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The current milestones, their subtasks and their progress can be viewed here: https://github.com/rosell-dk/webp-express/milestones You have to log in to add a translation. Details
The current milestones, their subtasks and their progress can be viewed here: https://github.com/rosell-dk/webp-express/milestones
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