Automatically sets the featured image (previously post thumbnail) to the first uploaded image to the post. So easy like that...
No, because this plugin uses the post thumbail function added on WordPress 2.9.
No. This plugin uses only standard WordPress functions to set the featured image. And using this standard (and friendly) method WordPress simply has not any knowing about images not attached to the post.
As stated above this plugin uses standard WordPress method to set the featured image, this does not include any size information. The size used by your theme for displaying image thumbnails depends totally on how your theme was coded.
Contact to your theme author for support if you're having this problem.
Yes. When I released first version of this plugin, this featured was named as post thumbnails, but later WordPress team decided to change the name to "featured image".
In fact, WordPress core functions for featured image, still uses original thumbnail names.
That's because the plugin name (that can't be changed in the Extend directory without having issues) says "thumbnail".
I did it to fullfil the needs of many of my WordPress maintenance service customers.
At first not. The main and only purpose of this plugins is to do what it already does right now.
Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-5-30
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