Automatic image compression plugin for PHP in 2 clicks

OptiPic — simple & automated solution

Most websites are written using PHP language. It allows creating the required functionality of the resource. PHP is well-suited for business-card websites, online stores, and for high-load websites of news agencies or social media.

Later, however, sites in pure PHP can be loading slower. The common reason for this is that the design of pages contains a great number of images. Browsers have to upload the images, which slows down the display of the site.

The OptiPic plugin provides image compression on the PHP sites. It works in automatic mode and it allows you to load pages 2-3 times faster by optimizing the size of images. It should be mentioned that the search engines too have the requirements of fast page loading and provide a fast sites with a priority of the results.

A plugin for compressing images in PHP works easily on most of hostings. Besides It does not require serious computing power and takes a minimal amount of RAM. It therefore does not affect the operation of the site, which remains accessible to visitors.

To start the compression of images of the site in PHP, simply download the OptiPic plugin the official website, unpack it on your computer or right on the server and make necessary settings. All operations take no more than two minutes of site administrator’s free time.

Image compression in PHP works both on available files on the server, and on downloaded ones. OptiPic regularly scans files to to find the images that have not yet been optimized.

Image optimization in PHP in numbers

The practice has proved that the plugin for image optimizing in PHP provides an average of 70% reduction of image size. In some cases there was a more than 90% decrease in size.

We can say that optimizing images of PHP-websites allows reducing the occupied space on hard disk. This cuts expenses and saves money that otherwise would have been spent on buying new disk quotas.

Will image optimizing in be helpful for your project? The answer, most likely, sounds like "Yes it will". OptiPic works with the most popular web formats — JPG and PNG. A "smart" algorithm is capable of coping with any number of images and it is only a matter of time.

OptiPic is a great help to the site administrators who should customize it only once and then watch the speeding up of page loading.

How to get started with OptiPic service for PHP for image compression?

Register and add your site to your personal account

After completing registration, you will receive an email with a link for activating your account. Follow that link. Next on our site enter your personal account Profile > My Sites click the Add Site, button, specify the URL of your site and click Connect Site. How to add a site to your OptiPic account

Download and install the plugin on your site

After your site is added to the system, go to the Download plugin tab. How to download the OptiPic integration module

There you need to download the archive with the plugin. Unpack this archive and upload it to your site (to the root folder of the site). As a result, you should see theoptipic.io folder in the root of the site with this structure:

  •  optipic.io
    • config.php
    • help.php
    • index.php

On your site after that such page should be work http://your-domain.com/optipic.io/index.php.

Select a package and fund your account

After you upload the plugin to your site, you will need to activate the indexing of the site in the site settings and wait for the OptiPic system to perform the first indexing of your site - it will be done within 24 hours. If you want to speed up the process - manually submit your site for indexing. How to enable indexing of a site in OptiPic

After the first indexing is completed, the system will show the number of images (the number of gigabytes) that will be found on your site. You can do this on the Compression index and statistics tab. How to determine the OptiPic tariff

Now when you have the number of images on your site - purchase the package you need and start compression in the site settings. How to enable image compression in OptiPic

Check it out — how simple it is to compress images in PHP

Check whether your website images are compressed

To get easy access to our service — install our plugin for Google Chrome

Why choose us?

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One-time payment — no monthly fees

Use the purchased package until it is used up. Purchase additional packages if necessary.

Up to 200 MB

Special offer

100 MB

$1.00 $0.50

1 GB

$5.00 $2.00

2 GB

$9.00 $4.00

Features and Benefits

Image compression accelerates the site performance according to Google PageSpeed Insights. Besides, our experts are willing to accelerate the entire site for you.

The process is fully automated. Just connect your site to our service and the system will search for all images and compress them on its own.

After compressing the images, they are saved to the exact same file at the same address.

Using OptiPic is completely safe and transparent thanks to a set of measures: OWASP, security key, strictly limited set of commands, open source.

The service will constantly look for changed and newly added images and put them in the queue for compression.

It's easy to connect to any site in PHP. The service supports all known CMS and frameworks, as well as self-designed sites in PHP.

Choose whatever is necessary for you: either compressing images without losing in quality or getting the maximum compression of up to 98% but with worse image quality.

Set the maximum possible width and height. And the images will be resized proportionally according to the maximum length to the specified sizes.

The service works absolutely safely and carefully. When compressing images on the site, their original versions are saved next to the original file. Also you might choose the option of saving it in our Cloud.

Having questions about connecting to the site? Free of charge we will help you to integrate!

Upon your registration, you will get 10MB on your account. You will also be able to compress images through the web interface a single item at once with no restrictions.

OptiPic makes jpeg progressive — this is an additional acceleration of loading jpeg

How does the image compression plugin work on PHP

The plugin scans the entire website, finds all website images and compresses them afterwards.

Plugin control is available directly in the personal account of the service.

The compression quality can be adjusted in the plugin settings.

OptiPic easily integrates with other platforms