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Regenerate Thumbnails allows you to regenerate all thumbnail sizes for one or more images that have been uploaded to your Media Library. This is useful for situations such as: A new thumbnail size has been added and you want past uploads to have a thumbnail in that size. You’ve changed the dimensions of an existing thumbnail size, for example via Settings → Media. You’ve switched to a new WordPress theme that uses featured images of a different size. It also offers the ability to delete old, unused thumbnails in order to free up server space. In Memory of Alex Mills In February 2019 Alex Mills, the author of this plugin, passed away. He leaves behind a number of plugins which will be maintained by Automattic and members of the WordPress community. If this plugin is useful to you please consider donating to the Oregon Health and Science University. You can find more information here. Alternatives WP-CLI If you have command line access to your server, I highly recommend using WP-CLI instead of this plugin as it’s faster (no HTTP requests overhead) and can be run inside of a screen for those with many thumbnails. For details, see the documentation of its media regenerate command. Jetpack’s Photon Module Jetpack is a plugin by Automattic, makers of WordPress.com. It gives your self-hosted...
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