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  1. Add 'Stateless' mode

    - add new mode called 'Stateless'
    - when enabled, local files should be deleted once they are uploaded and confirmed to be stored on Google Cloud Storage (GCS).

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    • Custom domains

      Like we should be able to use our domain names instead of using google domains.

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      • Add support for wordpress responsive images

        https://make.wordpress.org/core/2015/11/10/responsive-images-in-wordpress-4-4/

        Whatever wordpress does to add support for responsive images, UD should also support with stateless image URLs.

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        • Option to hide from wp-admin if enabled via wp-config.php

          Much like how there is already options for bucket and mode with "define( 'WP_STATELESS_MEDIA_BUCKET', '*' );" etc. There should be an option to hide all WP-Stateless plugin menu's from the admin dashboard. This will be incredibly useful for multisite installs where users don't know what they're messing with. But will also help simplify the single site interface.

          It could be something along the lines of;
          define( 'WP_STATELESS_DASHBOARD_CONFIG', 'true/false' );
          with default behaviour being true.

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