What is the most economical way to serve images as WebP and use JPG/PNG fallback? It doesn’t always have to be a plugin- in reality I might relatively do it manually if it really is even marginally extra powerful. I also use BunnyCDN and Litespeed Cache if that issues

I am mindful of at minimum a few procedures: Either using the image tag or working with a plugin that in essence rewrites the htaccess guidelines and then converts the images to WebP if the browser supports it.

I guess I could invest in the BunnyCDN picture optimizer but I’m not confident if which is definitely the most successful way. I’m at this time utilizing [this](https://github.com/rosell-dk/webp-specific/challenges/433) configuration with WebP Express + Litespeed Cache (my host makes use of litespeed) + BunnyCDN, but I am not certain if this seriously supplies the swiftest effectiveness.

So are there any better approaches to serve visuals as WebP, both with a plugin or just manually editing the HTML/regardless of what is needed? Thanks!

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