- Your images behind a CDN.
- Automatically smaller and faster images with the Auto Format option.
- Automatically smaller images with the Auto Compress option.
- Use arbitrary Gumlet API params when editing
<img>tags in “Text mode” and they will pass through.
- No lock in! Disable the plugin and your images will be served as they were before installation.
If you don’t already have an Gumlet account then sign up at gumlet.com.
Web Foldergumlet source with the
Base URLset to your WordPress root URL (without the
wp-contentpart). For example, if your WordPress instance is at http://example.com and an example image is
http://example.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/image.jpgthen your source’s
Base URLwould be just
Download the plugin
wordpress-plugin.zipand install on your WordPress instance. In the WordPress admin, click “Plugins” on the right and then “Add New”. This will take you to a page to upload the
worspress-plugin.zipfile. Alternatively, you can extract the contents of
wp-content/pluginsdirectory of your WordPress instance.
Return to the “Plugins” page and ensure the “gumlet plugin” is activated. Once activated, click the “settings” link and populate the “Gumlet Host” field (e.g.,
http://yourcompany.gumlet.com). This is the full host of the gumlet source you created in step #1. Optionally, you can also turn on Auto Format or Auto Compress. Finally, click “Save Options” when you’re done.
Go to a post on your WordPress blog and ensure your images are now serving through Gumlet.
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