Thursday, September 1, 2011

WordPress CSS Sprites Generator For Posts Content

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Are you after reducing your server load and speeding up your web pages? You've heard of CSS sprites before but you don't konw how they can bring improvements in your situation?

Well, simply put, each image on a web page is a separate HTTP request to the server, and experience shows that you can dramatically increase the performance of a page by combining multiple  images or icons into a larger image sprite sheet. CSS is finally used to select the parts of the composite image to display at different places in the page.

WordPress CSS Sprites Generator for posts content try to offer your pages this performance improvement by automatically creating for you corresponding CSS sprites for images in posts, pages and custom type posts which reduce by the way the amount of image files and then the amount of HTTP requests.

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Family galleries, portfolios, news reports with a lot of photos, manual making of sprites for every post content can be a really tedious task. WordPress CSS Sprites Generator for posts content saves your bandwidth and provides an automated solution to replace all standard IMG tag by the corresponding CSS sprites.

You can try CSS sprites generation your self and compare before you decide whether to buy it.
Username: demo
Password: demo


Main Features:

  •     Ready to use, global options are applied on existing and future posts/pages images
  •     Customizing the number of images per sprite for every single post/page
  •     Automation of the generated sprites quality compression for better optimization

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WP CSS Sprites Generator for posts content is available in the following languages:
  •     English
  •     French


  • PHP5 and GD support turned on (which is already the case for 99,99% if you are dealing with images)

  • CSS Sprites generation WILL NOT WORK with PAGED galleries plugin, it's not possible to automate this generation since every plugin handles the pagination on its own way
  • Just in case when your images have CSS PADDING rules, this style rule or class must be moved to a wrapped div.


Plugin Settings
Post's settings

Description containes the corresponding CSS rules

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