How to Fix Upside Down or Flipped Images in WordPress


How to Fix Upside Down or Flipped Images in WordPress
Lesha Dubose

Hi,
I’m having a real annoying thing happen, the images look normal in my wordpress.org media library (not flipped) but the ones (only that I took with my iphone) will then appear flipped ONLY when you view my site on mobile phone. It’s ALL normal and correct when it’s on desktop. HELP please it’s making me nutty and I fear detracting companies working with me

How to Fix Flipped or Upside Down Images in WordPress
Perla Thorne

Upon activation, this plugin will work with PHP’s Exif extension to automatically fix your flipped or upside down images. If you don’t have any clue what that means, don’t worry. You don’t need to configure any settings… it will just do its thing behind the scenes.

How to Fix Flipped or Upside Down Images in WordPress
Margherita Boyle

That’s all. We hope this tutorial has helped you to learn how to fix flipped or upside down images in WordPress. You may also want to check out our guide on how to fix the image desaturation issue in WordPress with Adobe Photoshop. In case, your images are not ranking in search engines, you should check this ultimage WordPress SEO guide for beginners.

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Eun Varney

Sorry but this is an area from the Dashboard area and I cannot access it. If you want to change the order of the categories, I think that you can use a plugin like this: https://ro.wordpress.org/plugins/taxonomy-terms-order/ You can give it a try and see if this is what you need.

How to Fix Flipped Images in WordPress
Stefanie Katz

If you are not uploading images directly into WordPress, you can also use some photo editing software to fix the photo’s orientation manually and then upload to WordPress. For example, you could use the trial version of Photoshop to fix the image, but if this a common occurrence, you can fix it through WordPress plugins and cut out the need and cost for additional software. It is also much quicker than actually opening a photo, rotating it, and saving it. This is great for websites that focus on images or use WordPress as a Portfolio.

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