Bulk image resizer

You can automatically resize uploaded images. You can choose the maximum size, quality and whether to keep the original image or overwrite it.

Author:Giulio Pandolfelli (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:5.3
WordPress version tested:6.5.3
Plugin version:2.0.1
Added to WordPress repository:16-06-2021
Last updated:23-04-2024
Rating, %:98
Rated by:15
Plugin URI:https://github.com/giuliopanda/bulk-image-res...
Total downloads:18 689
Active installs:3 000+
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Bulk images allows you to optimize images uploaded to wordpress without creating unnecessary copies of the upload folder!

Warning: the plugin overwrites images.
Later the plugin tries to update links to images in articles and metadata, but it may happen that these need to be recreated. Other plugins that optimize images generally duplicate all images and create complex overlays to manage their systems. This plugin is designed to keep sites with the original wordpress structure, but it may require a little more work later. But I believe this work is rewarded by better final quality.
If anything goes wrong anyway you can go back with the restore button.

  • You can resize all images with just one click.
  • You can convert images to webp.
  • You can optimize images by choosing quality.
  • You can change the name of the images
  • It is optimized to speed up the bulk process. 1000 images take a few minutes on a normal server.
  • You can enable the option to optimize images when uploaded to the server.
  • Allows you to decide the maximum size of the images and the quality in which they should be compressed.
  • Adds to media-library (list version) the possibility to select the images to be optimized.
  • Through graphics it allows you to monitor the status of the images on the server.
  • Ability to use specific hooks to customize optimization options.
  • You can restore and go back to the original images.
  • You can remove the original images if you have space problems.

    The GitHub repo can be found at https://github.com/giuliopanda/op-bulk-image-resizer. Please use the Support tab for potential bugs, issues, or enhancement ideas.


The Bulk image resize was started in 2021 by Giulio Pandolfelli