WP Offload™ S3 copies files from your WordPress Media Library to Amazon S3 and rewrites URLs to serve the files from S3, CloudFront, or another CDN. And with the Assets addon, it can identify assets (CSS, JS, images, etc) used by your site and serve them from CloudFront or another CDN.
Great plugin, great support. What a perfect little plugin. I really enjoy when I don't have to write something from scratch. Works just as intended, and friendly support to boot.Nick Haskins
Speed up your WordPress site
Reduce server requests
Your server no longer has to serve images, CSS, JS, videos, PDFs, zips, and other files. It can focus all its resources on processing PHP and serving WordPress pages faster.
Load page assets faster
Images, CSS, JS, fonts, and other files will download faster, speeding up page load time. CloudFront and other CDNs are designed for exactly this.
Increase your conversion rates and drive more sales
In a 2010 study, Akamai found that 57% of visitors will abandon a page if it takes 3 or more seconds to load. The faster a page loads, the happier the visitor, the more likely they'll stick around, click through to the next page, and buy a product or submit a form.
Improve Google rank
Google is obsessed with speed and since 2010 they've included page speed as a signal in their search algorithms. So by speeding up the load time of your pages, you can improve your position in search results, driving more organic traffic to your site, and increasing conversions and sales.
Painlessly upload your existing media library
Start uploading and watch it progress. Want to work from the coffee shop? Hit Pause, then Resume when you get back to the office. Need to reboot? Just Cancel and start it again later. It will pick up where it stopped.
Control S3 files from the media library
We've sprinkled controls throughout the Media Library making WordPress feel like it has native support for S3. You can bulk select files and choose to copy them to S3, remove them from S3, or copy them back to the server from S3. Or you can view a single file, review its S3 details, copy it to S3, remove it from S3, and if the file is missing on your server, copy it from S3. You can even toggle S3 permissions without ever leaving the Media Library.
Delightful settings screen
We've put a lot of effort into organizing our settings screen, making it a pleasure to use. From the custom ON/OFF switches, to the URL preview, to the titles and copy, everything has been carefully thought out.
Remove files from server
WP Offload S3 can reduce usage of server storage space by removing media files once they’ve been offloaded to S3. We also have a tool to quietly remove all offloaded media files from the server in the background to free up storage space.
Download and remove from S3
Removed all the offloaded media files from your server? WP Offload S3 can effortlessly download your offloaded media from S3 with the click of a button. No scripts or command line needed.
Copy between S3 buckets
Need to copy your offloaded media to a new bucket? Maybe you’re moving from a staging bucket to a production bucket? WP Offload S3 can easily copy your media from one S3 bucket to another. Files are copied quietly in the background.
Speed up the delivery of CSS, JS, Fonts, and other assets
Included with the Gold license and better
With the Assets Pull addon you can start serving your site’s assets (CSS, JS, fonts, etc) from CloudFront, or another CDN in just a few clicks. The addon contains a setup wizard which will walk you through the process of creating a proper CloudFront distribution for serving your assets using your own domain name.
I looked everywhere for a solution that would send my media to S3 storage AND allow Amazon CloudFront to serve it, and each review I read or google result I followed said to try W3TotalCache - but W3TC only does one or the other. This plugin, however, does BOTH...MattyLB
I've installed this plugin for basically all my WordPress sites as it allows you to completely store the actual content of your site in a separate location. It also relieves your php server from having to serve up all those PDF files and images.Michiel Verkoijen