Imaging settings

    The imaging settings section lets you configure the cache and resize settings for processed images on your project (using ImageSharp.Web as default implementation). If you need to configure allowed image file types or auto fill image properties, you want to use content settings instead.

    All these settings contain default values, so nothing needs to be explicitly configured. A complete settings section for imaging can be seen here with all the default values:

    "Umbraco": {
      "CMS": {
        "Imaging": {
          "Cache": {
            "BrowserMaxAge": "7.00:00:00",
            "CacheMaxAge": "365.00:00:00",
            "CacheFolderDepth": 8,
            "CacheHashLength": 12,
            "CacheFolder": "~/umbraco/Data/TEMP/MediaCache"
          },
          "Resize": {
            "MaxWidth": 5000,
            "MaxHeight": 5000
          }
        }
      }
    }

    Cache

    Contains configuration for browser and server caching.

    Browser max age

    Specifies how long a requested processed image may be stored in the browser cache by using this value in the Cache-Control response header. The default is 7 days (formatted as a timespan).

    Cache max age

    Specifies how long a processed image may be used from the server cache before it needs to be re-processed again. The default is one year (365 days, formatted as a timespan).

    Cache folder depth

    Gets or sets the depth of the nested cache folders structure to store the images. Defaults to 8.

    Cache hash length

    Gets or sets the length of the filename to use (minus the extension) when storing images in the image cache. Defaults to 12 characters.

    Cache folder

    Allows you to specify the location of the cached images folder. By default, the cached images are stored in ~/umbraco/Data/TEMP/MediaCache. The tilde (~) resolves to the content root of your project/application.

    Resize

    Contains configuration for image resizing.

    Max width/max height

    Specifies the maximum width and height an image can be resized to. If the requested width and height are both above the configured maximums, no resizing will be performed. This adds very basic security to prevent resizing to very big dimensions and using a lot of server CPU/memory to do so.