Image Resizing and Acceleration

ExactDN speeds up your website by accelerating image delivery while ensuring images are properly sized and compressed. If you’ve ever struggled with slow load times because of the images on your website, we want to help make that frustration into a distant memory.

Getting Started

Each monthly subscription allows you to activate ExactDN on a single site. To enable ExactDN, follow these steps:

  1. Purchase a subscription for the site where you want to enable ExactDN (below).
  2. In the WordPress general settings, copy the Site URL setting, and then link the site to your subscription at
  3. Enable the ExactDN option in the EWWW IO resize settings. Save, and then ensure the Plugin Status shows ExactDN as Verified.


Automatic resizing ensures images are served with the right dimensions with no wasted pixels.
Full compression squeezes out every byte possible while maintaining high quality images.
Responsive design allows your images to adjust based on the visitor’s device size. Your site will look great anywhere, from mobile phones to high-resolution desktops.
Accelerated delivery using a global network of optimized servers puts the images closer to your visitors for the fastest load times possible.

Performance: we want you to understand what you are purchasing, and how ExactDN works. Once ExactDN is fully activated on your site, it will slow down your site, temporarily. Yes, you read that right, but it won’t stay that way…

Initially, our global network will fetch your images, make them smaller, and then store them for subsequent visitors. This will happen naturally as people visit your site, but if you refresh the page several times, it will speed up the process of pushing the images out to the systems nearest you. Learn more about how ExactDN works.

Bandwidth usage: ExactDN is a new feature, and future pricing depends a lot on how much the feature is used. Currently, your monthly subscription gives you unlimited bandwidth usage. If it becomes necessary, usage will be billed at a rate of $0.09/GB. By signing up, you agree that your use of the service may eventually incur usage-based charges, but I will make every effort to communicate this change at least two months in advance of issuing such charges. If it hasn’t happened by 2018, it is unlikely to ever happen, and that is what I am planning for.