When you add a product image to your product pages, embed an image in your product descriptions, or add images to your blog. All of those images are hosted on Shopify's CDN to optimize the speed and delivery of those images on your website. When you're logged into your Shopify admin, you can head on over to Settings in the lower-left hand corner.
File requirements and types
Bulk Uploading and Hosting Embedded Images
Shopify makes most of its standard functionality easy to use. However, if a web shop owner wants to do something slightly more advanced, then he or she will need to do some manual work and file editing. Below are the steps you need to follow to enable image optimization in Shopify:. Once you have registered, ImageEngine will ask you to set up your domain and an origin ex. If you are on the Pro plan, a solutions engineer will help set you up. Unfortunately, there is no magic button you can push. Now we need to actually change the URLs of all your product images. Shopify has a template system with code fragments which are included elsewhere in the theme depending on the type of page or layout. How many files you need to edit depends on your theme.
2. Get your array of cdn URLs
Another solution would be just getting an array of the cdn urls then writing it to a html file and just using Firefox or Chrome's Save Page As feature. This will download all the images into a folder on your computer. Just to add:.
You can upload, manage, and delete files from the Files page in your Shopify admin. You want to add an image in the content of a webpage, blog post, product page, or collection page. In most cases, it's easier to upload image files directly when you're adding content to a webpage, blog post, product page, or collection page. You can also upload images directly when you're customizing your theme.