EWWW Image Optimizer

Description

EWWW Image Optimizer aumentará la velocidad de tus páginas mediante la optimización de imágenes. El aumento de la velocidad de las páginas puede conseguir mejores puestos en los motores de búsqueda y mejorar las tasas de conversión (aumento de ventas y suscripciones). También te ahorrará espacio de almacenamiento y ancho de banda. EWWW Image Optimizer no solo optimiza automáticamente las imágenes nuevas que subas, sino que también puede optimizar todas las imágenes subidas previamente y, opcionalmente, convertirlas al mejor formato de archivo. Puedes elegir la compresión perfecta de píxeles u opciones de alta compresión sin pérdidas visuales de calidad.

EWWW I.O. optimizará las imágenes subidas y creadas por cualquier plugin, y tiene integraciones especiales con muchos de los plugins más populares, detallados abajo.

¿Por qué usar EWWW Image Optimizer?

  1. No Speed Limits and unlimited file size.
  2. Funcionamiento sencillo con optimización perfecta de píxeles utilizando herramientas líderes de la industria y el renderizado progresivo.
  3. Alto equilibrio, ya que te ofrecemos la mejor relación de compresión/calidad disponible con nuestras opciones con pérdida para archivos JPG, PNG y PDF.
  4. Dirección adaptable con opciones de conversión inteligente para obtener el formato de imagen más adecuado (JPG, PNG o GIF).
  5. Free Parking The core plugin is free and always will be. However, our paid services offer up to 80% compression, and a host of other features!
  6. Cobertura completa: no se dejan imágenes sin procesar, optimízalo todo en su sitio, más allá de la biblioteca multimedia de WordPress.
  7. La seguridad primero: todas las conexiones están protegidas con un cifrado SSL de alto nivel.
  8. Asistencia de viaje: el soporte de primer nivel está en nuestro ADN. Si bien los clientes con API tienen la máxima prioridad, respondemos cada pregunta de soporte con cuidado.
  9. Paquetes de repuesto: copias de seguridad gratuitas que almacenan las imágenes originales durante 30 días.

Las imágenes se pueden optimizar utilizando herramientas en tu propio servidor de forma gratuita (jpegtran, optipng, pngout, pngquant, gifsicle, cwebp), o pueden optimizarse a través de servidores especializados que utilizan las mejores herramientas disponibles en modo sin pérdida o con pérdida. Nuestra compresión con pérdida utiliza algoritmos únicos para obtener la máxima compresión sin perder la apariencia visual. Tus imágenes se pueden convertir al formato de archivo más adecuado utilizando ciertas opciones. Si utilizas el API de EWWW I.O. permitirás que el plugin funcione en cualquier plataforma de alojamiento, y también puede ser conveniente si no puedes o no deseas utilizar la función exec() en tu servidor, o si prefieres descargar las demandas de recursos de de la optimización.

Si necesitas una versión de este plugin solo para API, consulta EWWW Image Optimizer Cloud. Es mucho más compacto ya que no contiene archivos binarios ni menciones de la función exec().

Automatic Everything

With Easy IO, images are automatically compressed, scaled to fit the page and device size, lazy loaded, and converted to the next-gen WebP format.

Soporte

If you need assistance using the plugin, please visit our Support Page.
The EWWW Image Optimizer is developed at https://github.com/nosilver4u/ewww-image-optimizer

Bulk Optimize

Optimize all your images from a single page using the Bulk Scanner. This includes the Media Library, your theme, and a handful of pre-configured folders (see Optimize Everything Else below). Officially supported galleries (GRAND FlaGallery, NextCellent and NextGEN) have their own Bulk Optimize pages.

Optimize Everything Else

Configure any folder within your WordPress folder to be optimized. The Bulk Scan under Media->Bulk Optimize will optimize theme images, BuddyPress avatars, BuddyPress Activity Plus images, Meta Slider slides, WP Symposium Pro avatars, GD bbPress attachments, Grand Media Galleries, and any user-specified folders. Additionally, this tool can run on an hourly basis via wp_cron to keep newly uploaded images optimized. Scheduled optimization should not be used for any plugin that uses the built-in WordPress image functions.

Skips Previously Optimized Images

All optimized images are stored in the database so that the plugin does not attempt to re-optimize them unless they are modified. On the Bulk Optimize page you can view a list of already optimized images. You may also remove individual images from the list, or use the Force optimize option to override the default behavior. The re-optimize links on the Media Library page also force the plugin to ignore the previous optimization status of images.

WP Image Editor

All images created by the built-in WP_Image_Editor class will be automatically optimized. Current implementations are GD, Imagick, and Gmagick. Images optimized via this class include Animated GIF Resize, BuddyPress Activity Plus (thumbs), Easy Watermark, Hammy, Imsanity, MediaPress, Meta Slider, MyArcadePlugin, OTF Regenerate Thumbnails, Regenerate Thumbnails, Simple Image Sizes, WP Retina 2x, WP RSS Aggregator and probably countless others. If you are not sure if a plugin uses WP_Image_Editor, just ask.

WebP Images

Automatic WebP conversion with Easy IO, no additional configuration. Otherwise, can generate WebP versions of your images, and enables you to serve even smaller images to supported browsers. Several methods are available for serving WebP images, including Apache-compatible rewrite rules and our JS WebP Rewriting option compatible with caches and CDNs. Also works with the WebP option in the Cache Enabler plugin from KeyCDN.

WP-CLI

Allows you to run all Bulk Optimization processes from your command line, instead of the web interface. It is much faster, and allows you to do things like run it in ‘screen’ or via regular cron (instead of wp-cron, which can be unpredictable on low-traffic sites). Install WP-CLI from wp-cli.org, and run ‘wp-cli.phar help ewwwio optimize’ for more information or see the Docs.

FooGallery

All images uploaded and cached by FooGallery are automatically optimized. Previous uploads can be optimized by running the Media Library Bulk Optimize. Previously cached images can be optimized by entering the wp-content/uploads/cache/ folder under Folders to Optimize and running a Scan & Optimize from the Bulk Optimize page.

NextGEN Gallery

Features optimization on upload capability, re-optimization, and bulk optimizing. The NextGEN Bulk Optimize function is located near the bottom of the NextGEN menu, and will optimize all images in all galleries. It is also possible to optimize groups of images in a gallery, or multiple galleries at once.

NextCellent Gallery

Features all the same capability as NextGEN, and is the continuation of legacy (1.9.x) NextGEN support.

GRAND Flash Album Gallery

Features optimization on upload capability, re-optimization, and bulk optimizing. The Bulk Optimize function is located near the bottom of the FlAGallery menu, and will optimize all images in all galleries. It is also possible to optimize groups of images in a gallery, or multiple galleries at once.

Image Store

Uploads are automatically optimized. Look for Optimize under the Image Store (Galleries) menu to see status of optimization and for re-optimization and bulk-optimization options. Using the Bulk Optimization tool under Media Library automatically includes all Image Store uploads.

CDN Support

WP Offload Media is the officially supported (and recommended) plugin for uploads to Amazon S3 and Digital Ocean Spaces. We also support the Azure Storage and Cloudinary plugins. All pull mode CDNs like Cloudflare, KeyCDN, MaxCDN, and Sucuri CloudProxy work automatically, but will require you to purge the cache after a bulk optimization.

Compatible con WPML

Tested regularly to ensure compatibility with multilingual sites. Learn more at https://wpml.org/plugin/ewww-image-optimizer/

Traducciones

Huge thanks to all our translators! See the full list here: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/contributors

If you would like to help translate this plugin (new or existing translations), you can do so here: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/ewww-image-optimizer
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Contacto y créditos

Written by Shane Bishop with special thanks to my Lord and Savior. Based upon CW Image Optimizer, which was written by Jacob Allred at Corban Works, LLC. CW Image Optimizer was based on WP Smush.it. Jpegtran is the work of the Independent JPEG Group. PEL is the work of Martin Geisler, Lars Olesen, and Erik Oskam. Easy IO and HTML parsing classes based upon the Photon module from Jetpack.

Screenshots

  • Página de ajustes del plugin.
  • Additional optimize column added to media listing. You can see your savings, manually optimize individual images, and restore originals (converted only).
  • Bulk optimization page. You can optimize all your images at once and resume a previous bulk optimization. This is very useful for existing blogs that have lots of images.

Installation

  1. Upload the “ewww-image-optimizer” plugin to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activa el plugin desde el menú ‘Plugins’ de WordPress.
  3. The plugin will attempt to install jpegtran, optipng, and gifsicle automatically for you. This requires that the wp-content folder is writable by the user running the web server.
  4. If the binaries don’t run locally, you can sign up for the EWWW IO cloud service to run them via our optimization servers: https://ewww.io/plans/
  5. Recommended Visit the settings page to enable/disable specific tools and turn on advanced optimization features.
  6. ¡Listo!

If these steps do not work, additional documentation is available at https://docs.ewww.io/article/6-the-plugin-says-i-m-missing-something. If you need further assistance using the plugin, please visit our Support Page.

Webhosts

To find out if your webhost works with the EWWW Image Optimizer, you can check the official list.

FAQ

Google Pagespeed says my images need compressing or resizing, but I already optimized all my images. What do I do?

Try this for starters: https://docs.ewww.io/article/5-pagespeed-says-my-images-need-more-work

The plugin complains that I’m missing something, what do I do?

This article will walk you through installing the required tools (and the alternatives if installation does not work): https://docs.ewww.io/article/6-the-plugin-says-i-m-missing-something

Does the plugin replace existing images?

Yes, but only if the optimized version is smaller. The plugin should NEVER create a larger image.

Can I resize my images with this plugin?

Yes, you can, set it up on the Resize tab.

Can I lower the compression setting for JPGs to save more space?

The lossy JPG optimization using the API will determine the ideal quality setting and give you the best results, but you can also adjust the default quality for conversion and resizing. More information: https://docs.ewww.io/article/12-jpq-quality-and-wordpress

The bulk optimizer doesn’t seem to be working, what can I do?

See https://docs.ewww.io/article/39-bulk-optimizer-failure for full troubleshooting instructions.

¿Cuáles son los sistemas operativos soportados?

I’ve tested it on Windows (with Apache), Linux, Mac OSX, FreeBSD 9, and Solaris (v10). The cloud API will work on any OS.

¿Cómo se optimizan los JPG?

Lossless optimization is done with the command jpegtran -copy all -optimize -progressive -outfile optimized-file original-file. Optionally, the -copy switch gets the ‘none’ parameter if you choose to strip metadata from your JPGs on the options page.

¿Cómo se optimizan los PNG?

There are three parts (and all are optional). First, using the command pngquant original-file, then using the commands pngout-static -s2 original-file and optipng -o2 original-file. You can adjust the optimization levels for both tools using the Overrides. Optipng is an automated derivative of pngcrush, which is another widely used png optimization utility.

¿Cómo se optimizan los GIFs?

Using the command gifsicle -b -O3 –careful original file. This is particularly useful for animated GIFs, and can also streamline your color palette. That said, if your GIF is not animated, you should strongly consider converting it to a PNG. PNG files are almost always smaller, they just don’t do animations. The following command would do this for you on a Linux system with imagemagick: convert somefile.gif somefile.png

I want to know more about image optimization, and why you chose these options/tools.

That’s not a question, but since I made it up, I’ll answer it. See this resource:
https://developers.google.com/web/tools/lighthouse/audits/optimize-images

Reviews

18 de Noviembre, 2019
I have tried many image optimizer plugins, but EWWW seems to be the ultimate winner. It has the ability to squeeze out some optimization even on images which are already optimized, without compromising on the image quality. It also has a built-in image lazy loading feature which optimizes the entire website by making it faster. A must have plugin for all websites...
18 de Noviembre, 2019
Works like a charm and have not seen any noticeable difference between the original and compressed photos, yet, have managed to shave off 100s of megabytes from my website, making the site pages quicker to respond.
16 de Noviembre, 2019
Hi EWWW, I has been using your super plugin for awhile now. It took me sometime to figured out the settings and testing, that's on me.. Now it's all packed down. 🙂 It compressed all uploaded photos down to 70-80 percent. It even takes out all other different uploaded photo sizes. Both these are the main issues to make the site run faster and lighter weight. 🙂 🙂 If you need the right plugin to fix your problem? This is the one to use!!! I am giving 5 stars overall. Keep up the wonder job.
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Contributors & Developers

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Changelog

  • Feature requests can be viewed and submitted at https://github.com/nosilver4u/ewww-image-optimizer/labels/enhancement
  • Si quieres ayudar a traducir este plugin a tu idioma, puedes empezar aquí: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/

5.1.3

  • added: better compatibility with Divi filterable grid images and parallax backgrounds
  • added: cleanup .webp and database records when using Enable Media Replace
  • fixed: Divi builder will not load with Easy IO and Include All Resources active
  • fixed: image cover block with fixed width scaled too much
  • fixed: PNG placeholders could use more memory than available
  • removed: Lazy Load CSS gradient for blank placeholders

5.1.2

  • added: disable native lazy-load attributes with EWWWIO_DISABLE_NATIVE_LAZY
  • added: ability to choose LQIP or blank placeholders for lazy load
  • changed: renaming ExactDN as Easy IO
  • changed: default to blank placeholders with Easy IO
  • changed: regenerated images are automatically re-optimized after running Image Regenerate & Select Crop plugin
  • fixed: low-quality placeholders sometimes had larger dimensions than necessary
  • fixed: database records and .webp images are not removed when Image Regenerate & Select Crop plugin deletes a thumbnail
  • fixed: path traversal protection preventing normal files from optimizing
  • fixed: Slider Revolution dummy.png not properly handled by Easy IO

5.1.1

  • fixed: no optimization when escapeshellarg() is disabled
  • fixed: warning thrown by implode() when JS WebP is enabled with no WebP URLs

5.1.0

  • added: WebP-only mode for Bulk Optimizer
  • added: JS WebP Rewriting for pull-mode CDNs via WebP URLS without Force WebP
  • added: JS WebP Rewriting zero-conf for WP Offload Media
  • added: force lossy PNG to WebP conversion with EWWW_IMAGE_OPTIMIZER_LOSSY_PNG2WEBP override (set to true)
  • changed: bulk optimizer runs wp_update_attachment_metadata() in separate request to avoid timeouts
  • fixed: WebP warning regarding missing modules displayed even if green WebP test image is working
  • fixed: Nextgen bulk actions not working
  • fixed: unable to regenerate existing thumbnails with Image Regenerate & Select Crop plugin
  • updated: WebP (cwebp) binary to version 1.0.3
  • updated: Pngquant binary to version 2.12.5
  • updated: cwebp requires Mac OS X 10.14
  • updated: FreeBSD 10 is EOL, version 11 is the supported/tested version

5.0.0

  • added: use native lazy load attributes to supplement lazy loader and make placeholders more efficient
  • added: GCS sub-folder rewriting with ExactDN for cleaner URLs
  • added: option to optimize original versions of scaled images for WP 5.3
  • added: ability to erase optimization history from Tools page
  • changed: define EWWWIO_WPLR_AUTO (any value) to enable auto-optimize on images from WP/LR Sync
  • changed: thumbnails could be converted even if original was not
  • changed: Show Optimized Images table moved to Tools menu
  • fixed: full-size image optimization not deferred if scaled by WP 5.3
  • fixed: data-width and data-height attributes missing when JS WebP active
  • security: rewrote escapeshellarg() wrapper to be more secure

Earlier versions

Please refer to the separate changelog.txt file.