How to Enforce Clean Image Filenames in WordPress ctm magazine



Search engines prefer your images to have clean file names. File names with uncommon characters can break images in some browsers. In this video, we will show you how to enforce clean image file names in WordPress.

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Summary of this Tutorial:

Install and activate the Clean Image Filenames plugin.

Go to Media, Add New to start using it.

The plugin should remove any special characters and give you a nice file name for your image.

You can use the special characters for the title but the file name will be SEO friendly.

This plugin works for new images but will not clean up previous image file names.

Related Links:

Clean Image Filenames

https://wordpress.org/plugins/clean-image-filenames/

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1 Comment

  • Shari Lynn Smith on November 29, 2014

    Just am dealing with a site with a ton of broken links due to this issue. From now on this plugin goes in any site I build. Thanks!!!!!

 

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