Smush Image Compression and Optimization

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Version: 2.6.3
Last updated: 2017-04-19 9:20am GMT
Requires: 3.5
Compatible up to: 4.7.4
Downloads: 5,346,303
Author: WPMU DEV - Wordpress Profile
Plugin Homepage: Plugin Homepage

Resize, optimize and compress all of your images with the, incredibly powerful and 100% free WordPress image smusher, brought to you by the superteam at WPMU DEV!

Award Winning Image Optimization

Smush has been benchmarked and tested number one for speed and quality and is the award winning proven crowd favorite image optimization plugin for WordPress.

Now with image resizing! Set a max width and height and large images will scale down as they are being compressed.

Our servers do all the heavy lifting. Strip hidden bulky information from your images and reduce file size without losing quality.

Large image files may be slowing down your site without you even knowing it. WP Smush uses WPMU DEV’s super servers to quickly smush every single one of your images and cuts all the unnecessary data without slowing down your site.

WP Smush meticulously scans every image you upload – or have already added to your site – cuts all the unnecessary data and scales it for you before adding it to your media library.

Compress any Image in any Directory

In addition to smushing your media uploads, you may want to compress the images stored in other folders. Smush now lets you compress any image in any directory so that you can optimize all the images on your site – including NextGEN images and the images in EVERY WordPress plugin and theme package!

★★★★★
“I had no idea that my page load time was being dragged down by the images. The plugin nearly halved the time it took.” – karlcw

★★★★★
“I optimize my photos in Photoshop, but Smush makes it so easy – it does it automatically. I can just sit back and enjoy the speed.” – helen432

What about Multisite? WP Smush can be used to optimize all the images across your entire network! Use global settings or configure each site individually.

WP Smush is super easy to use – no confusing compression software settings! Smush images in your library one at a time or bulk smush up to 50 images at a time. Plus, configure auto-smush to asyncronously scale and compress some or all of your images as they are being uploaded – it’s incredibly fast.

The faster your site loads, the more Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines will like it. Your site will load faster and rank higher.

Features available in WP Smush include:

  • Optimize your images using advanced lossless compression techniques.
  • Set maximum width and height and large images will automatically scale before being added to your media library
  • Process JPEG, GIF and PNG image files.
  • Optimize any image in any directory.
  • Asynchronously auto-smush your attachments for super fast compression on upload.
  • Manually smush your attachments individually in the media library, or in bulk 50 attachments at a time.
  • Smush all standard web-sized images 1MB or smaller.
  • Smush images with no slowdown using WPMU DEV’s fast, reliable Smush API.
  • Global and individual settings for Multisite
  • View advanced compression stats per-attachment and library totals.

Install WP Smush now and find out why it’s the most popular image optimization plugin for WordPress available today with over 2.7 million downloads.

Smush can take care of all your image compression needs, for free!

However, if you’d like to Super Smush lossy compression, the ability to optimize image up to 32MB, and bulk smush optimization for all your images in just one-click, you can always take the next step with WP Smush Pro.

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