How purging works at imgix, and how and when to purge an image
imgix announces support for HEIC/HEIF images as an input format
More details about how HTTP/2 can improve your website performance, and how to make the most of it.
HTTP/2 support is now live and ready to speed up your images.
Focal point cropping gives you the perfect blend of control and flexibility for art-directing your responsive images.
Fit your images to any container without distortion, and easily add a background color.
imgix.js gets a major update for better stability, performance, and standards compliance.
Image performance is key to your website's success—measure it & improve with imgix's new Page Weight tool.
Optimizing for the best compression while retaining reasonable quality is easier with imgix's new auto-compress parameter.
Serve images to low-bandwidth customers more easily with imgix's Save-Data Client Hint support.
All of imgix's parameters now support Base64 encoding for increased reliability.
Learn how to easily create compelling text/imagery combinations with imgix's text, watermark, and blend parameters.
Find out how to use imgix’s entropy cropping to crop based on point of interest.
Find out how to add imgix's Client Hints support to your implementation for easier responsive images.
Reduce image file sizes by reducing the number of colors in the image, with our color quantization parameter.
Experiment to get just the right images by playing with parameters in the imgix Sandbox.
Learn about how to use face detection to create user avatars and adjust other types of user-generated content.
Learn about the JSON Output Format and how to use it to manipulate your images.
Clean up extra image information like borders with imgix's trim parameters.
Find out how to blend images with colors, text, or other images with imgix's blend parameters.
Easily enable your customers to download visual assets with imgix's download parameter.
Check out improved image compression and WebP support from imgix's automatic content negotiation.
Enhance all of your images with a single parameter using imgix's auto=enhance.