By Akhter on July 23, 2013

12 WordPress Plugins That Automatically Watermark Images on Your Blog

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In this collection, we are presenting for you a useful collection of some WordPress plugins that will help you watermark your images automatically. With these plugins, you can protect your images from unauthorized usage. This is especially helpful for those who use images quite extensively on their websites and blogs. Watermarking images is the best thing you can do to protect them from unauthorized usage. WordPress enables you watermark your images so that no one can use them without your permission.

So, if you are using WordPress on your website, then you can take advantage of these WordPress plugins. These plugins will automatically watermark your images saving you time and hassle. We hope that you will like this collection and find this collection useful for you. Enjoy!

Scissors and Watermark

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Scissors and Watermark enhances WordPress’ handling of images by introducing cropping, resizing, rotating, and watermarking functionality.

Watermark RELOADED

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Add watermark to your uploaded images and customize your watermark appearance on a user friendly settings page.

Transparent Image Watermark

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Automatically watermark images as they are uploaded to the WordPress Media Library.

Header Watermark

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Add a watermark image to your WordPress header image and use suitable images from your media library as the header image(s).

Watermark My Image

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This plugin enables you to watermark your images, by placing a simple, yet very customizable watermark beneath the original images (much like the 9GAG watermark).

Marekkis Watermark-Plugin

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Marekkis Watermark plugin for WordPress.

Easy Watermark

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Automatically adds watermark to images when they are uploaded to the WordPress Media Library.

Image Store

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Image Store (ImStore) is a photo gallery and store plugin for WordPress with Paypal and Google Checkout integration.

MultiPowUpload

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Fast and simple way to upload images and other files. Rotate, crop operations, 3 resize modes, configurable thumbnails dimensions, watermarking.

Flexible Upload

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Resize picture at upload and make thumbnail creation configurable, optionally include a watermark to your uploaded images.

Signature Watermark

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This plugin allows you to watermark your uploaded images using a PNG image file with transparency as well as text signature. The user friendly settings page allows for control over the appearance of your watermark. You can set your watermarks to always be a specific percentage of the target image.

DMCA WaterMarker

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The DMCA.com WaterMarker plugin for WordPress allows you to easily integrate DMCA.com’s WaterMarking for a specific folder into your WordPress site.





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keep it up n help P’ples lyk us…………

This is very helpful in protecting blog images. Thanks for letting us know about the different apps that can be used.

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Thanks for showing how to create a Photo gallery for wordpress. This is a nice tutorial.

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