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Ignore Ignore Details

Ignore

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  • app/class-media-library.php:486
  • app/class-media-library.php:676
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You have %d images that need smushing You have %d images that need smushing Details

You have %d images that need smushing

You have %d images that need smushing

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2020-01-07 11:01:22 GMT
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  • app/views/summary/meta-box.php:25
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iframe iframe Details

iframe

iframe

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Close this modal Close this modal Details

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Restoring images... Restoring images... Details

Restoring images...

Restoring images...

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First step First step Details

First step

First step

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  • app/modals/onboarding.php:129
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images smushed images smushed Details

images smushed

images smushed

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  • app/common/progress-bar.php:66
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Filter by Smush status Filter by Smush status Details

Filter by Smush status

Filter by Smush status

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  • app/class-media-library.php:204
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As of WordPress v5.3, full size images above a certain size (2560px by default) will be stored as originals, while a new max sized image will be created. However, if the uploaded image is smaller than the specified size WordPress won’t create a backup for it. Enable this setting to ensure you always have backups of all your image uploads. As of WordPress v5.3, full-size images above a certain size (2560px by default) will be stored as originals, while a new max sized image will be created. However, if the uploaded image is smaller than the specified size WordPress won’t create a backup for it. Enable this setting to ensure you always have backups of all your image uploads. Details

As of WordPress v5.3, full size images above a certain size (2560px by default) will be stored as originals, while a new max sized image will be created. However, if the uploaded image is smaller than the specified size WordPress won’t create a backup for it. Enable this setting to ensure you always have backups of all your image uploads.

As of WordPress v5.3, full-size images above a certain size (2560px by default) will be stored as originals, while a new max sized image will be created. However, if the uploaded image is smaller than the specified size WordPress won’t create a backup for it. Enable this setting to ensure you always have backups of all your image uploads.

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  • core/class-core.php:333
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Store a copy of my small originals Store a copy of my small originals Details

Store a copy of my small originals

Store a copy of my small originals

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As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimizing this image too. As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as a backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimizing this image too. Details

As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimizing this image too.

As of WordPress v5.3, every image that gets uploaded will have your normal thumbnail outputs, a new max sized image, and the original upload as a backup. By default, Smush will only compress the thumbnail sizes your theme outputs, skipping the new max sized image. Enable this setting to include optimizing this image too.

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  • app/pages/class-dashboard.php:677
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As of WordPress 5.3, large image uploads are resized down to a specified max width and height. If you require images larger than 2560px, you can override this setting here. As of WordPress 5.3, large image uploads are resized down to a specified max width and height. If you require images larger than 2560px, you can override this setting here. Details

As of WordPress 5.3, large image uploads are resized down to a specified max width and height. If you require images larger than 2560px, you can override this setting here.

As of WordPress 5.3, large image uploads are resized down to a specified max width and height. If you require images larger than 2560px, you can override this setting here.

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Review Settings Review Settings Details

Review Settings

Review Settings

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You’ll note these changes in the Bulk Smush Settings area, we’ve done our best to explain the change. You can also %1$sread all about it%2$s on the WordPress Core trac threads. You’ll note these changes in the Bulk Smush Settings area, we’ve done our best to explain the change. You can also %1$sread all about it%2$s on the WordPress Core Trac threads. Details

You’ll note these changes in the Bulk Smush Settings area, we’ve done our best to explain the change. You can also %1$sread all about it%2$s on the WordPress Core trac threads.

You’ll note these changes in the Bulk Smush Settings area, we’ve done our best to explain the change. You can also %1$sread all about it%2$s on the WordPress Core Trac threads.

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translators: %1$s - opening a tag, %2$s - closing a tag.
Date added:
2019-11-19 09:36:42 GMT
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  • app/modals/resizing-update.php:48
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WordPress v5.3 and newer automatically stores backup copies of all new images you upload, as well as generating a new ‘big image’ max sized thumbnail to use as your full size version. That means you now have two extra images for every upload, and Smush no longer needs to back up your originals. WordPress v5.3 and newer automatically stores backup copies of all new images you upload, as well as generating a new ‘big image’ max sized thumbnail to use as your full-size version. That means you now have two extra images for every upload, and Smush no longer needs to back up your originals. Details

WordPress v5.3 and newer automatically stores backup copies of all new images you upload, as well as generating a new ‘big image’ max sized thumbnail to use as your full size version. That means you now have two extra images for every upload, and Smush no longer needs to back up your originals.

WordPress v5.3 and newer automatically stores backup copies of all new images you upload, as well as generating a new ‘big image’ max sized thumbnail to use as your full-size version. That means you now have two extra images for every upload, and Smush no longer needs to back up your originals.

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2019-11-19 09:37:14 GMT
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