WP Attachments allows you to automatically show an attachments list below the content. It's light and focused on simplicity.
WP Attachments automatically shows every file uploaded to a page/post/custom-post-type below its content, without having to insert the link in the text area. This plugin is helpful when you want to use WordPress as a CMS with a big amount of media files (for ex. Government, Schools,...). In these cases manually insert a link may in fact be a waste of time. Now WP Attachments has also a very functional metabox for the back-end that helps you to better organise your attachments (upload, reorder, fast link add, and more!) and give you a fast link in "Media" admin page to Attach and Reattach a file.
Here is an example of a government website running WP Attachments): http://www.comune.sanpellegrinoterme.bg.it
Once activated, every page, post or custom post type will show in the frontend a list of the attachments uploaded within that content. In the plugin settings (under Settings > Wp Attachments), you can choose the title and decide if show the attachment upload date or consider images as attachments.
COOL! WP Attachments generates a simple yet elegant and functional list, in addition to many useful features!
AUTOMATIC! Once configured, you can forget it: every time a post, page or custom post type is published, a list of every attachment upladed there will be shown below the content in the front-end!
SIMPLE! WP Attachments can be configured in less than 2 minutes, and then it works automatically!
If you want to help with localisation, you can find me by email: milesimarco[AT]outlook[DOT]com
If you need help, support or just want to leave a feedback note, feel free to use the forum wpgov.it/supporto. If you like WP Attachments, you could rate it :)
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.0
Last Updated: 2014-7-26
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