Want to know how to watermark images in WordPress? Then read on, as today’s short tutorial shows you how… If original images, photographs, and artwork are a focal point of your WordPress website, you’d better find a way to protect them. Online piracy is rife these days, and if you don’t take the appropriate steps to protect your images, someone could come along and steal them. This is especially concerning for photographers and artists who make a living from the quality of their portfolios. Fortunately, the solution is simple: watermark images in WordPress – your images. Watermarking overlays a faint, branded design onto your images, which tells the world that the work is yours. This won’t impact your visitors’ enjoyment of the pictures, as the watermark is only visible when examined up close. However, the watermark makes it considerably more difficult for others to pass your work off as their own. You can see a watermark in action on the image below: Today, I’ll be showing you how easy it is for WordPress users to add watermarks automatically to any images. All you need is the Easy Watermark plugin – available for free on the official
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