Formats all content images on a page / post giving them borders and captions.
Image Formatr is Copyright 2013 Steven Almeroth and licensed under a GPL license
The actions of the plugin are enabled and disabled with administration settings but can be overridden on each individual image.
usemysize- true/false - true = do not ignore an image width and height
usemya- true/false - true = do not ignore a parent anchor tag
nocap- true/false - true = do not create a caption
nofx- true/false - true = no popup effect
link- string url - make the caption a link to the url
hint- string txt - this will be the new image title
asis- true/false - true = don't change nuthin
group- string txt - separate popup slideshows
thumb- string url - image thumbnail (version 0.9.7)
page- single/!single/front/!front - page filtering (version 0.9.7)
If you want to surround an image with an anchor tag
<a>, then you should add
usemya attribute within the image tag or else your anchor will be ignored
and replaced. If you do not want the popup effect at all, add a
to the image. If you do not want any caption, you can specify
nocap, or just
leave the title blank. And to have the plugin completely ignore an image and
output the content directly from the post, use the
<a href="http://www.example.com/"> <img src="/images/picture.jpg" title="Click to visit website" nocap="true" usemya="true" /></a>
Note: concerning the true/false overrides, do not include "false" parameters
<img usemya="false">, i.e these overrides should only include the attributes
for which you want to designate a "true" value.
More information, including how to contact me, is available at warriorself.com.
Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-4-12
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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