The issue of resizing images in your WordPress is always a little hard because, although the homogeneity in any blog, magazine or online media in general is one of the things that squeal most to the user, almost never do any case.

In fact, there are a lot of blogs and media, some more amateur than others, that do not follow homogeneity either in form or concept, and of course, makes them work worse than they should.

What does image redesign have to do with homogeneity?

Before starting with this, I have to tell you that the homogeneity of a web page does not only depend on the images but, as you will understand, the images of a page are the first impression we get of it, and that is why they must be optimized to the maximum.
There are two key concepts when it comes to image homogeneity:

Homogeneity in form

The homogeneity in the form of images is perhaps the easiest way to comply and with which we are going to help the plugins that I will present you later, but even so many of you pass it a lot.

The concept is simple: Put all the images of your main blog of the same size and in the same place. With that I’m satisfied.

For example, that your highlighted image is going to be full width before the text: Then always do it that way.

That you prefer to put an image aligned to the left of 250×250. Then always do it that way.

Better an image after the first paragraph that is centered and 640 px wide. Then always do it this way.

But, above all, don’t mix me the three that you know that mixing is terrible.

Homogeneity in concept

It’s a much more refined type and that makes an online project take on a force that is rarely measurable: It’s about all the images harmonizing with each other, which is no small thing.

Now you’re wondering how the hell you do that, but it’s not really that complicated, you’ll see:

The first thing is to define a common thread of the images, for example, you can put images that are colorful, with a touch of humor and that in principle seems to have nothing to do with the content, but if you are clever you will see that they go with seconds.

This third thing is not for everyone, but the first two are, so when someone arrives at your home page and scrolls down it doesn’t squeal any articles. And of course, click more.

Plugins to resize images in WordPress

As you can imagine, there is no plugin that spins so fine as to know if your images are homogeneous in concept, but in form, hence the four I’m going to present are based on resizing your images and leave them perfect, so you have the help you need in your web project.

Resize Images Before Upload

The first plugin I want to introduce to you is called Resize Images Before Upload and the truth is that it is very useful to manage your WordPress.
Its operation is very simple, simply do the preload of the image and let you resize before the upload to the server, and thus you remove image editors in most cases.

As you can imagine, it is a very useful plugin especially when you have a blog in which you upload a lot of image content, such as photography or travel.

Image Pro

On the other hand there is Image Pro, a plugin that allows you to resize, add and change images in a post in a very simple way.

We can say that it is more versatile than the previous one, but of course, in reality it is another different functionality…


Imsanity is the favorite on my list simply by name. This plugin allows you to resize images that are larger than the predefined dimensions and you can change both sizes and quality, as well as make a block resizing of all the images you want.

Resize Image After Upload

Finally, I present Resize Image After Upload which, as its name suggests, allows you to resize an image after uploading it to your WordPress.

The options are not many but they are more than enough, since it allows you to choose a maximum width and height and will resize everything that passes from there, being able to opt for JPEG or for a compressed format, as you like.

As you can see, resizing images has never been so useful and so easy.