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It seems to me that my previous query was not fully understood, although I provided the requested information it has already been more than a week and I have no response. That is why I present you a new query to decide if I buy your complement or look for another solution.

The most important thing is to know if the WP Media Folder plugin supports the use of WebP media that were created with the Imagify plugin from the developer WP Media, https://wordpress.org/plugins/imagify, which optimizes JPG, PNG and GIF files. and converts them to WebP format to deliver optimized images to browsers (when supported, it delivers WebP, if not the original optimized and reduced format), which speeds up web pages.

In particular, I am interested to know if WP Media Folder with Amazon S3 ADDON would be compatible to organize the image files optimized by Imagify, store them in S3 while they are deleted from the WordPress server (by activating the specific option) and continue to deliver the optimized images corresponding to the different browsers.

Thanks and regards
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8 months ago
Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

It seems to me that my previous query was not fully understood, although I provided the requested information it has already been more than a week and I have no response. That is why I present you a new query to decide if I buy your complement or look for another solution.

The most important thing is to know if the WP Media Folder plugin supports the use of WebP media that were created with the Imagify plugin from the developer WP Media, https://wordpress.org/plugins/imagify, which optimizes JPG, PNG and GIF files. and converts them to WebP format to deliver optimized images to browsers (when supported, it delivers WebP, if not the original optimized and reduced format), which speeds up web pages.

In particular, I am interested to know if WP Media Folder with Amazon S3 ADDON would be compatible to organize the image files optimized by Imagify, store them in S3 while they are deleted from the WordPress server (by activating the specific option) and continue to deliver the optimized images corresponding to the different browsers.


This is something not possible using our plugin with S3 because the Imagify is applied "webp" for files existing on your server only.


Hope this helps!
Best Regards,
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