A nice plugin. He solved my problems the way I wanted. I lost a lot of time trying different watermark plugins, which turned out to be the first to issue WordPress. Wish the author to update at least formally your plugin so that it was again in the top of the issue. This will help users of WordPress to quickly find a very good and high-quality solution for the Waterpark.
This plugin simply forces the browser (via htaccess file) to add a watermark to any 'jpg' image that the browser requests - a simple, catch-all solution to protect all jpg images on your site from unscrupulous downloading. The image is not actually modified at all - and can still be downloaded without the watermark via php scripts or FTP - e.g. if a customer has purchased access, maing this an incredibly useful plugin for sites selling images or visual resources. Very pleased to have found this. Customisable according to Wordpress thumbnail size - e.g. can prevent watermarks on the small cropped thumbnails, but apply them to larger ones. Cannot select which images to apply the watermarks to, but you can use pngs and gifs for your images that don't need watermarks (e.g. your logos and interface images) as out of the box, the plugin does not affect these image formats - although the developer does suggest that they can be supported with a tweak to the htaccess file.
So easy compared to other watermark plugins. Doesn't watermark original image.
Doesn't use text only img watermark
Плагин не работает. Использовал png и jpg, но водяных знаков на фото так и не появилось.
Indeed "could" if there was an option to turn off the watermark on some images. Because now it places a watermark on ALL images that are in the media library, in my case on website layout/interface elements. Hope to have a checkbox in the media library soon...