Last updated: Nov-21-2023
Learn how to optimize all the images on your site automatically, using the Cloudinary Netlify build plugin.
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|0:00||Netlify is a web platform that allows you to build and deploy web apps globally, and includes delivering assets from a CDN. However, Cloudinary can be used to optimize the delivery of these assets even further. The Cloudinary Netlify plugin applies blanket optimization to all images on a Netlify site.|
|1:16||To install the Cloudinary Netlify plugin, log into your Netlify team page, or the site where you'd like to install Cloudinary, and select the Integrations tab. Search for Cloudinary, then click Enable. Then, click Install to install the plugin on a particular site.|
|1:40||Set your cloud name in the CLOUDINARY_CLOUD_NAME field (find your cloud name). Then click Install plugin.|
|1:49||Navigate to the Deploys tab, then click Trigger deploy > Deploy site and wait for the site to be published.|
|1:59||If you look at your site using developer tools, you can see that your images are now being fetched by Cloudinary and delivered with automatic format and automatic quality transformations.|
|2:22||Head over to the documentation to learn about the different configuration options for the plugin.|
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