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Image Formatr

Formats all content images on a page / post giving them captions and popups.

1.) WordPress "smiley" emoticons like :) keep showing up with the other images. How can I prevent smileys from being effected?

Starting with version 0.9.6 this plugin includes a class exclusion list which prevents an image from being processed by the plugin if it contains a CSS class that is in the list. WordPress uses "wp-smiley" for their smileys so enter

wp-smiley

into the exclusion classes in the WordPress administration settings for Image-formatr then click "Update Options".

2.) These image attributes (e.g. page, nocap, link, etc) are not XHTML standard attributes. Why do you use them?

The Image Formatr override attributes do not get written to the browser. They are only used by the plugin for format configuration of individual images. Unless you specify the asis attribute, all images in your content are deconstructed then rebuilt sending only XHTML compliant markup to the client.

Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-2
Downloads: 13,186

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