This extensively configurable plugin comes packed with a bunch of features enabling media tagging, including search and media taxonomy.
WP MediaTagger is an extensively configurable plugin and a superset of the former WP ImageTagger plugin. It provides all the tools required to categorize your WordPress blog medias by associating it to any defined tag or category. Among many features, it comes packed with a tagcloud widget that will make the process straightforward for everyone and will permit a transparent integration. Initially developped to tag medias under the WP ImageTagger denomination, WP MediaTagger now covers a much wider scope and will tag as well most of the medias widely used on the web.
In brief, this plugin extends the concept of post based taxonomy natively supported by WordPress toward an media based taxonomy.
The following functionalities are available for your blog after installing the MediaTagger plugin package :
- Associate tags to medias from the Tag Editor
- List all the medias of your site and associated tags in one central place to ease the tagging process with the Media Explorer
- Associate tags to medias from any post or page by clicking on your media captions
- Provide access to deep media search on any media associated to a list of tags, through a tag cloud, tag form or combined search display
- Select a display mode for your result page : itemized media list, thumbnail gallery, or media captions
- Any combination of search mode and result display style is possible
- Seamless integration in your sidebar thanks to the MediaTagger tagcloud widget, with direct connection to the media tagging database you just built
- The MediaTagger media taxonomy can optionally supersede the default post taxonomy
- Database integrity checkers are provided along with the fixing routines
Willing to get a visual flavor of what's in the box ? You can see the MediaTagger plugin in action here, or have a look at screenshots there. French reading visitors will get additional insights on this plugin genesis page.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-9-16
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