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Save money on expensive desktop image editing software.

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Pro

$ 299
Annualy
  • Unlimited Sites
  • All editor features
  • Support included
  • Automatic updates
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Single

$ 79
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  • 1 Site
  • All editor features
  • Support included
  • Automatic updates
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Requires WordPress 5.x, PHP 7.x.

All licenses are perpetual.
If you don’t renew your license you may continue to use Photinia for WordPress, but won’t receive new updates.

What file formats are supported?

Photinia supports .jpeg and .png.

Does this work with page builders?

Photinia has been tested for compatibilty with Elementor, Visual Composer, Beaver Builder, Avada, Divi and Astra. It works in the WordPress Media Library and does not directly interact with your page builder.

Is the plugin multi site ready?

No. While you can install the plugin on multisite and activate it locally for each sizte it does not yet support any network activation or automatic licence propagation.

Is this translation ready?

Yes, the plugin provides a .pot file for strings in the editor and it’s settings. 

Does this work with Regenerate thumbnails plugins?

Yes, we tested with all major Regenerate Thumbnails plugins. If you still experience a problem, please contact us and we will get it fixed. 

How do I request a refund?

You can contact us here and ask for one. We identify your purchase using your mail address so please indicate which mail address you used when you bought your licence.

What are the minimum requirements for Photinia?

WordPress 5.x or higher.
PHP 7.x
MySQL 5.x
An internet browser in a version not older than 18 months.

Photinia has been tested successfully with PHP 8 and MySQL 8 but we do not guarantee it yet.

Is there a dark mode?

Definitely. The editor offers a dark and light theme. 

Does this support retina images?

Yes. You can disable the big image threshold that WordPress uses to downsize images in the settings. 

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