Faster & lighter experience for your users. Deliver optimized images on all platforms instantly using ImageKit.
|Author:||ImageKit (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.3|
|WordPress version tested:||5.7.2|
|Added to WordPress repository:||22-10-2016|
|Total downloads:||14 726|
|Active installs:||1 000+|
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Images make up a critical part of all websites and mobile applications these days. They are the centerpieces of a great product and user experience. Managing your images and delivering the perfect image, tailored and optimized for your user’s device is, therefore, more critical than it has ever been. However, this takes up a lot of development and maintenance time that could have otherwise been used in building your core product. This is where ImageKit can excel.
This plugin will automatically update all the image URLs in your post so that images are fetched from ImageKit for optimization and faster delivery instead of your web server.
Gets the best out of all your images in less than 10 minutes
- Your existing images get all the benefits instantly.
- Size, quality & format optimizations work automatically.
- URL-based image transformations like resize, crop, rotate etc.
- Responsive images for a tailored experience across devices.
- Up to 50% load time reduction with quality and format settings.
- CDN-powered delivery of images across the globe.
- Simple dashboard to monitor usage and manage your images.
- Easy to integrate SDKs for uploads and other features.
You just need to Create an account on ImageKit to use this plugin and get optimization benefits on your WordPress website instantly.
- Support Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, you need to create an account on https://imagekit.io first to use this plugin.
This plugin changes the HTML content of the post to replace base URL with ImageKit endpoint so that images are loaded via ImageKit.
This plugin automatically optimize the images and serve them in next-gen format including WebP. However, this plugin does not automatically resize the images as per the layout. WordPress 4.4 has added native support for responsive image. Learn more to make your themes image responsive.
No, this plugin automatically takes care of that.
Yes, you can email email@example.com to configure custom CNAME for your account and then specify that in the plugin setting page.
Yes, you can specify any number of custom directory locations on plugin settings page
ImageKit supports all popular image formats that cover 99.99% of the use case. On the settings page, you can further configure if you want to allow or disallow a particular file type to be loaded via ImageKit.
Bug Fixes and tested on WordPress 5.7.2
Bug Fixes. Tested for PHP 8 and WordPress 5.6
Bug Fixes and Lazy Load Update
Bug Fixes and Added Lazy Load support
Modified the Registration message on settings page
A bug fix for checking value of imagekit_id
Added and updated documentation links. Simplified the integration steps.
Stopped transforming image urls to use ImageKit’s resizing transformations.
Added CNAME support