• Access & Security 95
  • Administration 172
  • Advertisement 92
  • Audio & Video 66
  • Author & Content 99
  • Comments 96
  • Communication 110
  • Communities & Forums 84
  • Development 47
  • E-Commerce 76
  • Email Management 53
  • Events & Calendars 80
  • Language 25
  • Map & Weather 44
  • Migration & Conversion 28
  • Miscellaneous 254
  • Mobile 15
  • Photos 143
  • Plugins 260
  • SEO & Site Speed 118
  • Social 186
  • Theme Enhancement 169

  • Add this plugin to a List

    You need to be logged in to add this plugin to your list.

    RICG Responsive Images

    Add to List

    Bringing automatic default responsive images to WordPress.

    This plugin works by including all available image sizes for each image upload. Whenever WordPress outputs the image through the media uploader, or whenever a featured image is generated, those sizes will be included in the image tag via the srcset attribute.

    Important notes

    • As of WordPress 4.4, images are responsive by default. If you are on WordPress 4.4 or plan to update, you will not need to install this plugin.

    If you have had this plugin installed since before version 2.5 but are running version 4.4 of WordPress, it is important that you leave the plugin installed. This is because all versions of the plugin before version 2.5 relied on a data-sizes attribute being present on an image in order to provide the responsive markup needed. If the plugin in this case is removed, then images in posts will be left with invalid markup. We are working to address this issue, and you can keep track of our progress here at

    You can still use the plugin for advanced image compression support or as a simple way to include the picturefill script. The plugin will fall back to WordPress default functions if responsive image support is detected in your installation.

    • Version 3.1.0 includes important changes that make this plugin compatible with WordPress version 4.4. Upgrading is highly recommended.

    • As of version 2.5.0, the plugin adds srcset and sizes attributes to images on the front end instead of adding them to the image markup saved in posts.

    Full documentation and contributor guidelines can be found on Github

    Rate This Plugin

    Please Login to Rate this Plugin!




    0 Votes
    Not Rated Yet Stats

    Last Updated643 Days ago
    Published3 years ago

    Report Wrong Category!