Real-time responsive images for WordPress

Real-time responsive images for WordPress

Eloïse Martin | a day ago | 2 min read | in wordpress, plugin

We are proud to announce that TwicPics plugin on WordPress is finally out!

For those of you who can't wait to use the plugin, you can click on the following link:
👉 Real-Time Responsive Images Plugin for WordPress By TwicPics

From now on, you can make your WordPress websites load faster and provide all their users and visitors with pixel perfect images thanks to TwicPics 🚀🚀🚀

Forget the problem of too small, too large, or too heavy images on WordPress: with TwicPics plugin, your images are always served at the perfect size to any kind of device and in no time.

Here is an overview of some of its features:

  • Automatic image resizing
  • Automatic WebP format
  • DPR aware
  • Lazy-loading
  • Preview placeholders
  • Plus some extra options to define desired max width or step!

👉 To get more information about TwicPics and its plugin on WordPress, please refer to the official WordPress.org Plugin Page.
👉 To see TwicPics plugin super easy setup, please refer to the complete installation guide.

Our mission continues

Help us to make improvements to the plugin so it can meet all your needs!

TwicPics plugin being brand new, we consider in the team that it still needs to be tested in real conditions.

Thus, if you ever decide to use the plugin and give it a try on your WordPress website, we encourage you to give us your experience feedback: impressions, wishlist, issues reporting...

Feel free to reach out - we'll be glad to hear from you and take your thoughts into account 🙂

Make the Web as wide as the world, the Web everyone deserves

While our WordPress plugin release represents another step in our plan to give our customers and their end-users the best possible experience on the Web, we hope to be able to move forward with other CMS plugins development.

Without a doubt, we'll let you know as soon as we'll have some news on this matter 🚀

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