WordPress Plugin For Secure Image Pro
Insert Secure Image Pro images into WordPress with Domain Lock.
Secure Image Pro software encrypts images and domain-locks
them to your website. This WordPress plugin enables you to use
those images into your pages and posts with only a couple of
clicks of a button. Insert encrypted images from your WordPress
page editor that are supported across all web browsers on all
operating systems like Windows, Mac, Linux and handheld devices
that can use Java.
Secure Image provides the most secure image protection for
without using a plugin.
- Upload and embed encrypted images using
WordPress native tools.
- Images are displayed in a security
applet supported on all computers.
- Ability to set varying levels of
protection per page or post.
- Control which web browsers can access
your protected pages.
- Checks for Java version and redirects
for updates and install.
- Domain-locks images to a
- File names optimized for automatic image sizing.
Secure Image Pro Software
Secure Image software imports images or batches by
folder to encrypt for display on pages with
domain lock. More information about
Secure Image features can
be found from the links in the right-hand column.
Clicking the button to the left will take you to the online
demos illustrating the various image effects possible. For
simplicity and ease of use, this WordPress plugin caters for one
type of image display only; a single static image that can be
displayed with or without a hyperlink. An image border and frame
color can be set.
The Secure Image security applet is purely Java-based and is the most advanced image
display available for the Internet today. It is designed to work
in all major web browsers on Windows, Mac and Linux computers, with any
PNG, GIF or JPEG image.
Download For WP Secure Image
The download file below is a self-extracting ZIP file which
Download Sample Images for Evaluation
Secure Image uses encrypted images that use a .class file
extension and the WordPress plugin expects a particular
file name convention so that it can extract the image size.
Such images can be created by Secure Image, which is available
as free trial software. Otherwise, for something to upload,
you can download these
sample encrypted images that will be valid for the "localhost" domain.
for WP Secure Image
Upload the wp-secure-image.zip to your website on the WordPress plugins folder. You can unzip this file and upload it via FTP or you can upload and unpack it on the site from a file manager or Webmin. After installation, you should see a new folder with its contents at:
Next, create a new folder in your uploads folder and set write
permissions on it:
To complete installation, you can now go to your WordPress
dashboard and view your plugins list. Here, you can click to "activate" Secure Image, after which a new menu item will
appear in your left hand column. By expanding your menu item for
Secure Image, you will see 2 new menu items, one for Default
settings and the other to List Uploaded Files.
Using the Secure Image WordPress Plugin
Now you can create or edit an existing page or post and add copy
protection by uploading or selecting an already uploaded image.
Look for the [S] icon beside the media upload icon.
Note that you can only upload encrypted images with a [.class]
file extension (see below).
Until you have a Secure Image Pro software license and real
encrypted images, or if you just want to use this WordPress
plugin in demo mode to add protection from right-mouse click
and drag-n-drop, you can use the encrypted image included with
the download or these
ones. This class image will function on any test server
running on localhost. Or if you change the date of the file, you may have 48 hours until it realizes that it
is not registered
for your website on the Internet. When prompted to upload or select
your first image, you use this one to get started.
Managing Images Used With the WordPress Secure Image Plugin
Encrypted images cannot be rescaled, so the images that you
upload need to already be sized to suit your project. This means
that the original images need to be scaled before conversion by
the Secure Image Pro software.
Secure Image photos, tables, charts and other images can be added at the last position of the cursor before clicking the [S] button.
Once the image is selected, you can then nominate settings to
apply to this particular page or post.
The above default settings are applied to all Secure Image pages
The class file manager will list all uploaded image class files.
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