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    QUESTION WP Retina 2x

    @Temyk OK, so just some outdated file info in the media library then but it doesn't break anything. With what I'm doing sizes and weights would in any case stay the same, just the retina thumbnails from WP Retina 2x would then also be optimized.
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    QUESTION WP Retina 2x

    @Temyk OK thanks. But it is OK for me to select /wp-content/uploads/2020/07 as a custom folder and to re-optimize everything in it with Robin IO? I thought I read somewhere on this forum that this might mess up something because the files are placed in those upload folders by the media library...
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    QUESTION WP Retina 2x

    Thanks @Sergey Chernukhin - in the interim, I guess the only way that I can get Robin IO to optimize those thumbnails is by manually using the "custom folder" option and selecting the current upload folder? WP Retina 2x puts its thumbnails in the same upload folders as the media library images...
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    QUESTION WP Retina 2x

    Hi Is there any chance you could add support so that when "auto optimization on upload" is on the additional thumbnails that are generated on every new image upload into the media library by the popular WP Retina 2x plugin are also optimized? The plugin does have an API for devs: WP Retina 2x...
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    IDEA Improving WebP use

    Great, that would be amazing, thanks for the feedback Sergey.
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    IDEA Improving WebP use

    Hi First, thank you for Robin IO, it's a great plugin :) This is following on from some of my previous comments regarding WebP files sometimes being bigger than JPG files, something that Google themselves acknowledge can happen. After posting that thread I did a small test and uploaded 10x...
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    RESOLVED webp

    @Temyk - the difference in size of the image I looked at was not that small. JPG - 84.4 KB Webp - 106 KB Over 20KB difference for a single image is not insignificant in terms of performance optimization, especially if this happens across multiple images on a single page. That will affect page...
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    RESOLVED webp

    It was the iThemes Security plugin. Disabled it and the option became selectable. Re-enabled iThemes Security and the option is still selectable. And am seeing .webp on the front-end now. Did notice however that the one image I checked is actually larger in .webp than it is in .jpg - seems that...
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    RESOLVED webp

    Yup, the plugin says we're running Apache.
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    RESOLVED webp

    Hi Temyk What do you mean it runs on a specific server? The response header I see in Chrome DevTools says it's running Apache.
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    RESOLVED webp

    Hi As per attached screenshot, the plugin is saying Redirection via .htaccess is possible, but the option to select it is greyed out?