Are you getting “The optional module, Imagick, is not installed, or has been disabled” under the WordPress Site Health tool recommended improvements?
The site health feature was introduced in WordPress 5.2. This tool monitors how your site is doing and notifies you of any critical information about your WordPress configuration, along with anything else that requires your attention. You need to keep an eye on this page as this is where all major plugins will also drop their notifications.
What is Imagick?
Imagick is a PHP module, which provides better image quality for media uploads, smarter image resizing and cropping, PDF thumbnail support, image modification, image compression, and image conversion to different file types.
In this article, I’ll show you how you can fix “The optional module, Imagick, is not installed, or has been disabled.”.
How to Enable Imagick Module on cPanel
If you are facing an Imagick missing module performance issue, then simply follow these steps to fix the issue.
Step – 1. Login cPanel and Select PHP Version
Step – 2. Go to Enable Extensions and check Imagick
When you check the Imagick extension, it will automatically enable it. After that, return to your WordPress dashboard, refresh it, and the “The optional module, Imagick, is not installed, or has been disabled.” will disappear from your Site Health recommendations.
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