Enter the URL to a blog post, product page, etc, on a site and preview what it could look like with a starter template.
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No need to manage file storage, cache invalidation, image generation or scalability.
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head and you're good to go !
In general, you can expect 1 image per page that is shared at least once.
For example, if you have a website with 100 pages, and they all get shared and previewed once or more somewhere on the internet, that should cap at 100 images. Only the first request to a new image URL counts as an "image". You can also think of them as a "unique renders". If a cached image expires and is generated again, it will not be counted as a new image.
The pictures are only generated when needed. If you have a ten thousand URLs on day one, that doesn't mean that you will render ten thousand pictures. In other words, in general, only links that are shared / posted / seen somewhere on the internet get rendered and count towards your image counts.
For requests (traffic), it can vary a lot from site to site. We recommend you start with what makes sense, and adjust accordingly. Plan changes are prorated, so you won't be losing out by changing plans multiple times.
From the settings page, you will be able to manage the "Overage strategy".
There are currently 2 options:
Cache hits will keep returning the thumbails as-is, but you should not rely on this as the cached assets aren't guaranteed to stay cached forever and are subject to CDN cache eviction.