Enhances the Media Library; powerful [mla_gallery], taxonomy support, IPTC/EXIF/PDF processing, bulk/quick edit actions and where-used reporting.
[mla_tag_cloud], a new "pad_counts" parameter lets you add children to their parents' term-specific count(s).
[mla_tag_cloud], new "post_type" and "post_status" parameters give you more control over cloud content when a taxonomy such as
categoryis registered for posts/pages as well as attachments.
[mla_gallery], "category" is accepted as a synonym for "category_name" to make filtering by category more intuitive.
/examples/buddypress-hooks-example.php.txt. The example shows how to replace the WordPress "attachment/media page" links with "BuddyPress/rtMedia page" links. For audio and video files, an option is provided to substitute the "cover_art" thumbnail image for the item Title in the thumbnail_content.
mla_rollover_text=parameter has been restored. WordPress 3.7 removed the
title=attribute from its attachment links, which disabled
numberparameter default is now zero, agreeing with the Documentation.
[mla_gallery], tax_query no longer restricted to parent post/page. The
post_parent="current"parameter can be used to restore the restriction.
parent_namehas been corrected to
[mla_gallery], SVG image files are rendered appropriately for all registered image sizes. Note that browser support for SVG images is also required.
[mla_tag_cloud], the new ",raw" option lets you return HTML tags for display in the gallery/cloud results.
mla_style=themesetting will default to "false" for themes that support HTML5.
[mla_tag_cloud], the "ids" parameter has been added to support item-specific term clouds, i.e., a cloud containing only those terms assigned to one (or more) items.
$wp_filterdebug display with
mla_debug=trueis more reliable.
[mla_gallery], the Data sources for custom field mapping are now available as Attachment-specific substitution parameters. A new "commas" option allows better formatting of numeric data source values.
[mla_gallery], mla_gallery_raw_attributes filter allows access to the shortcode parameters before they pass through the logic to handle
mla_page_parameterand "request:" prefix processing. The
mla-hooks-example.php.txtexample has been updated as well.
[mla_gallery], mla_paginate_rows allows you to avoid redundant database queries just to create pagination controls, if you have some other way of knowing how many items a gallery contains.
[mla_gallery], WP_Query caching parameters allow you to avoid additional database queries just to fill the post, metadata and/or term cache if your application does not require them.
[mla_tag_cloud], post_mime_type allows you to filter the tag cloud counts by MIME type so they will match the results delivered by
[mla_gallery]and other gallery shortcodes.
[mla_tag_cloud], a new
no_countparameter enables or disables the computation of term-specific attachment counts.
[mla_gallery], the HTML5 figure, div and figcaption tags are used for themes that register support for HTML5.
[mla_gallery], a new
mla_stylesetting ("theme") lets the theme control use of the MLA style template by hooking the
[mla_tag_cloud]templates are no longer offered in the default
[mla_gallery]template dropdown list.
mla_upload_mimeoption values are no longer stored in the options table, saving space.
[mla_gallery]style and markup templates. Five other fixes.
[mla_gallery]support for custom fields, taxonomy terms and IPTC/EXIF metadata. Updated for WordPress 3.5!
[mla_gallery]parameters "mla_itemwidth" and "mla_margin" for control of gallery item spacing. Quick edit support of WordPress standard Categories taxonomy has been fixed.
[mla_gallery]shortcode output. Eight other enhancements and four fixes.
[mla_gallery]shortcodes. Two other enhancements and two fixes.
[mla_gallery]shortcode, a superset of the
[gallery]shortcode that provides many enhancements. These include taxonomy support and all post_mime_type values (not just images). Media Library items need not be "attached" to the post.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-30
48 of 52 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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