The article discusses bulk optimizing images using ImageMagick, a powerful open-source image manipulation tool. The author provides a step-by-step guide on installing and using the software to resize, compress and enhance multiple images simultaneously, reducing their size without compromising quality. The article also includes various command-line examples for different scenarios, such as batch resizing, compression, and format conversion. It is a valuable resource for optimising many images for their website or digital project.
We’re rolling out a new public address system at work and have opted to install it ourselves because the cost of outsourcing it would have blown our budget. The upside was this enabled us to go for a full IP based system with the savings and still be well under budget. The system we selected… Read More »
Installing your own WordPress server is extremely easy but there seems to be a lot of articles that needlessly complicate it. Starting with a base install of Ubuntu Server (Amazon AWS is a good free choice for this), SSH into your server and run the commands below: Change to Root $ sudo -i If Your… Read More »