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Duplicating files *.webp i *.jpg

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6 months 3 weeks ago #180038 by Marcin
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I introduced the compression of pictures to the webp format to joomla. The photos appear in the same directory as the source jpg files. A simple gallery shows both * .webp and * .jpg files, so I have a duplicate gallery. Is it possible to somehow limit it so that only * webp files are displayed?
Example - at the bottom of the message body there is a gallery with * .webp and * .jpg files from one directory.
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6 months 3 weeks ago #180040 by JoomlaWorks
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I believe you no longer need to use JPG.

WebP is now universally supported: caniuse.com/webp

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6 months 3 weeks ago #180041 by Marcin
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I upload * .jpg to the server and using the DJ-WebP plugin, the files themselves convert to * .webp. However, I have duplicate files in the directory then. I use dj-extensions.com/dj-webp

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6 months 3 weeks ago #180042 by Marcin
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Besides, I have a lot of old galleries on the portal and I can't now rip all these files locally and convert them to a different format locally. Therefore, I will use the plugin on the portal.

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