Adds a simple download manager to your WordPress blog.
WP-Admin -> Settings -> Permalinks -> Save Changes
[download id="2"]where 2 is your file id.
[download id="1,2,3"]where 1,2,3 are your file ids.
[download id="2" stream_limit="4"]
[download id="2" sort_by="file_id" sort_order="asc"]
[download id="1" display="both"]where 1 is your file id and both will display both the file name and file desccription, whereas name will only display the filename. Note that this will overwrite the "Download Embedded File" template you have in your Download Templates.
[download id="1,2,3" category="4,5,6"]where 1,2,3 are your file id and 4,5,6 are your category ids.
http://yoursite.com/index.php?dl_id=2. If you are using Nice Permalinks, the file direct download link will be
http://yoursite.com/download/2/, where yoursite.com is your WordPress URL and 2 is your file id.
http://yoursite.com/downloads/?dl_cat=3, where yoursite.com is your WordPress URL, downloads is your Downloads Page name and 3 is your download category id.
WP-Admin -> Downloads -> Download Options
WP-Admin -> Downloads -> Download Templates
WP-Admin -> Pages -> Add New
AREusing nice permalinks, after typing the title, WordPress will generate the permalink to the page. You will see an 'Edit' link just beside the permalink.
downloadsin the text field and click 'Save'.
[page_download]in the post's content area.
[page_download category="1"], this will display all downloads in Category ID 1.
WP-Admin -> Appearance -> Widgets
Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-4-17
5 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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