How to Enforce Clean Image Filenames in WordPress


How to Enforce Clean Image Filenames in WordPress
Faustina Sadler

Search engines love descriptive and clean file names for images. File names with uncommon characters can break images in browsers. If you upload a lot of images running a non-english website or allow users to upload images, then it is not possible to ensure clean image file names for every image. In this article, we will show you how to enforce clean image file names in WordPress. Hopefully, this will help you improve your site’s image SEO.

How to Enforce Clean Image Filenames in WordPress
Mary Mann

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.

How to Enforce Clean Image Filenames in WordPress
Deborah May

The first and foremost step is to match each of the WordPress features with the Query String to the given query types. So, it means that the decision would be taken on what particular kind of page like category page, search page, etc. would be used. Once that is done, then the templates are selected and after that the web page contents are created. This is done as per the given order suggested by the template of WordPress which gradually depends on what kind of template is there in that WordPress theme.

WordPress.org
Ashlee Griggs

No matter how hard you try to teach people to name their files in a certain way before uploading, sooner or later you will end up with a media library with filenames like Château de Ferrières.jpg or Smörgåsbord.png. Sometimes browsers have a hard time displaying images with filenames like these and the images end up broken.

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