- Introduction to PHP
- Introduction to HTML
- HTML5 New Tags
- Style Sheet (CSS)
- Bootstrap (Responsive Design)
- PHP Language Building Blocks
- Conditional Statements
- Introducing ARRAY
- Manipulation User Input
- Reusing Code and Functions
- Object-Oriented PHP
- File System and the Server
- File Uploading & Downloading
- String Manipulation and Regular Expression
- State Management
- MySQL Database
- jQuery with Ajax
- Advance PHP Techniques
- Laravel – Configuration
- Laravel Controller
- Laravel PHP_Middleware
- Request and Response in Laravel
- Views in Laravel
- Laravel- Form
- Laravel- Blade Template
- Laravel - Sessions
- Use of Ajax in Laravel
- Error Handling with Laravel
- Pagination in Laravel
- SENDING EMAIL USING LARAVEL
- What is a CMS
- Features and Advantages and Disadvantages of WordPress
- Wordpress.com vs Wordpress.org
- Installation Of Wordpress
- Wordpress Licensing
- Wordpress Header
- Menu Creation In Wordpress
- Theme Customization Of Wordpress
- Enable and Disable Comments in Wordpress
- Contact us Form and Page in Wordpress
- Managing Posts In Wordpress
- Managing the Pages of the website
- Categories Management In Wordpress
- Update Wordpress
- Install a New Plugin
- Managing the Widgets in Wordpress Website
- Managing Tags in Wordpress
- Importing and exporting content in wordpress
- Managing images in wordpress
- User management in wordpress
- Update and reset password/
- Mailchimp widget for wordpress
- Stripe integration in wordpress
- Integrating google maps with the website
- Integrating Google Analytics
Managing Images in WordPress
While WordPress enables users to use the media manager to upload a sizable number of files, we will need a mechanism to handle those files outside of Posts and Pages.
We’ll start by discussing how to include media material on the website. Users must log in to thierWordPress admin area and go to Media→Add New in order to add media content.
Afterwards we will be sent to a page where you can directly upload media files by either dragging or dropping the files there or by using the Pick Files option to select the files we want to post.
When you choose a file or drag it and drop it, the file will be posted instantly.
This time, users must go to Media→Library if you want to look through all of the uploaded files or change them.
If your cursor over just a media item’s name and selecting the Edit link are both necessary to make changes.
The Edit link will take users to a single page that has all of the details for the specific item you are updating. You can change the following elements:
- The media item itself
- Alternative Text
When you’re through editing the element, just click the Upgrade button on the right-hand block of that page.
Return to the Media Library page (Media>Library) if you need to remove a piece of media material. Once inside, users must find the media material that you want to remove and hold the mouse over it for the Delete Permanently link to appear.
If someone click on that link, the information will be removed forever.
Users must tick the boxes next to each media component that want to remove from the website in order to delete several things at once. Then, users must choose the Delete Permanently menu option from one of the drop-down “Action” choices at the bottom or top of the page.
Most of the features we have ticked will be permanently removed once users hit the Apply button.
Q1. Does WordPress optimize images automatically?
Upon upload, photos can be automatically compressed. Older photographs can also be bulk optimized. Users may select the picture sizes we wish to optimize using the plugin’s options. A limit upload size of the original files can also be established. Images that are larger than that will have the plugin automatically resize them.
Q2. Where does WP store images?
The uploads folder, which is found inside the /wp-content/ folder, is the precise location where picture files are kept in WordPress. The media files are kept in year and month directories inside the uploads folder. You’ll also notice directories that the WordPress plugins have established to store other uploads.
Q3. How do I manually optimize images for WordPress?
- Optimize the WordPress pictures. Utilize an internet application like TinyPNG or an image editing programme to swiftly decrease picture file sizes without sacrificing quality.
- Image file resizing. Modify WordPress’s default picture resizing options.
- Serve pictures using a CDN.
- Organize the media in the WordPress library.
Q4. How do I delete photos from WordPress media library?
Go to Media > Library on the WordPress dashboard. The editing choices will then appear once the click on the image we wish to remove. All users have to do to make the photo vanish is click Delete permanently.
Q5. What is the best size for WordPress images?
The best picture dimensions for WordPress-
The recommended WordPressheader picture size is 1048 by 250 pixels. In landscape mode, the featured picture should be 1200 × 900 pixels, and in portrait mode, it should be 900 x 1200 pixels. 1920 × 1080 pixels should be used for background photos.
Q6. Is Smush free?
As previously noted, Smush is a free WordPress plugin for image optimization and compressing.
Q7. What size should images be for website?
In most circumstances, a width of 2500 pixels is ideal. If your photographs are broader than 2500px and comply with our other requirements, you don’t need to resize them. Images that are less than 1500px wide can be distorted. For site logos, browser icons, email campaigns, and animated graphics, we recommend varying sizes.