Adds watermarks to selected images without changing the original image.
|Author:||Michael Zangl (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.18|
|Added to WordPress repository:||25-02-2015|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||8 382|
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This plugin allows you to add a watermark images on all images that were uploaded in your wordpress. The watermark is generated on-the-fly and cached for faster access.
To see the plugin in action, select “Add watermark to all images”, chose a watermark image and and submit the settings page. You should then see the watermark appearing on your site. You might need to reload the page (F5 in most browsers) to bypass the browser cache.
The plugin does not change your source images. To disable all watermarks, simply disable the plugin, and everything is back to normal.
If you encounter errors (especially syntax errors), check your PHP version. It should be at least 7.0. This plugin requires Apache and mod_rewrite.
You can select an image to use as watermark and to which images watermarks should be applied.
The settings to adjust the position of the watermark. Those are lots of numbers, but there is a (resizeable) live preview area ;-). If you are familiar with CSS, you should have no problem with this.
You can add or remove watermarks from individual images in the media library.
Will this plugin need extra space
Yes. since all images are cached with a watermark, you need twice the space for images on your server.
Does this plugin reduce performance
Not much. You might experience a longer loading time on the first access to the image (normally when you upload it or on your first view of the post). But afterwards there will be no speed impact, since all logic is encoded in a htaccess-File and not in PHP.
How can I remove a watermark
Go to the media library, switch to list view (not gallery). Select the checkbox next to the image and then chose “Remove watermark” from the dropdown on the top of the page.