ImageScaler resamples image files that have been resized in the post editor. When images are resized in the WordPress post editor, the images themselves stay the same and the browser is instructed to resize the images after downloading them. This wastes bandwidth, and results in ugly looking resized images. To eliminate this problem, the ImageScaler plugin checks for the image sizes in each post and resizes the images if required. The original image is not modified, so it can still be used in other posts at full size. By default, an extra attribute is added to some of the image tags in each post. The attribute is non-standard, so it may cause (x)html validation to fail. If you require valid (x)html, the plugin has an option that strips the non-standard output from the post before it is sent to the browser. This is the first version of ImageScaler. Please contact me at paulgb at gmail dot com if you find a bug or have unexpected results.