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No support for webp images #9448

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Leoooob opened this Issue Feb 9, 2018 · 4 comments

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Leoooob commented Feb 9, 2018

Admin panel support for webp images

I think it's important to support the webp image format by allowing ghost bloggers to use the post editor to upload webp images, rather than manually uploading to your server and then using embedded html tags.

This means that some considerations will have to be taken when embedding the image in-site, to support older browsers. Not sure how this should be handled e.g. once you've uploaded a jpeg, all users to add a webp version for clients that support it?

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  1. Open Ghost admin panel
  2. Open a post/new post
  3. Add an image and try to upload webp

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  • Ghost Version: master (commit: bfd3286)
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kevinansfield commented Feb 12, 2018

Hey @Leoooob 👋 Until Ghost has an image processing pipeline we'll only be supporting image formats that are fully supported across browsers.

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juandosimple commented Mar 15, 2018

Hi,
There was any advancement in this subject? Thanks!

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sreerajnova commented Feb 23, 2019

is there any possibilities ?

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MaskyS commented Mar 3, 2019

@kevinansfield, Looks like image processing is here! Do you think Ghost will support WebP images in the near future? (say, 1 year?)

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