July 11, 2012

How to Set a Maximum Upload Size For Images in WordPress

Large, uncompressed images can really slow down your WordPress site. Believe it or not, many users have no idea how to resize an image using image editing software, so they simply upload images as-is. Even if the image is resized by the theme to fit the width of the content area, it still…

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