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Add Imagemagic-Support for shared installations that have no Imagick-Extension
for PHP and have open_basedir-restrictions on the folder containing the

This plugin is enabled and will then be used as Image-Manipulation-library by
the default methods of wordpress.

Currently it expects the convert-binary in either /bin or /usr/bin.


  1. Upload the extracted folder binaryImagemagick to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory or
    search the plugin in your wordpress-installation
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

From now on all imagemanipulation will be done via the ImageMagick-binary


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