A simple way to show credits for the images used on your website.
Once you have activated the plugin you can tinker with the settings to your heart’s content. If you head to "Settings > Credit Tracker" and you can adjust all settings from there.
If you want to show the Credit Tracker on a specific page or set of pages on your website then you can use the code below (provided that the plugin has already been installed and activated). The appearance of the Credit Tracker table can be fully customized by making a few simple changes to the embed code, the details of which are listed below. Inclusion of the table is of course entirely optional, have a play with the different sizes and styles to see what works for your site.
[credit_tracker_table id="11,22,33" size="thumbnail|medium|large|full" style="mercury"]
By using an overridden version of the caption shortcode, you have also access to the standard media attributes 'title' and 'caption'. So you can simply add these to the 'Copyright format' definition, e.g.:
© <a href="%link%" target="__blank">%author%</a> - %caption%
Nope! If you add/edit/delete a media library entry, your 'credit_tracker_table' is automatically updated to reflect any changes you have made. Obviously, if the new entry is not already included in the images you want to list, it will not appear until you set the code to apply this change.
Yes. Credit Tracker is designed to work with any theme, but it may require some styling to make it match the rest of the theme and achieve that seamless integration.
Yep, it does.
In order to get the most out of the plugin and use all of its features, you will need to be using WordPress 3.5 with PHP 5.2.4 as a minimum. Updates will continue to be released for the plugin as the main WordPress CMS is updated.
We always welcome your feedback and would love to know what you would like to see done next with the plugin and what features you would like integrated. You can vote on and request new features and extensions in our Credit Tracker's Issue Tracker
If you have discovered a bug, we want to know so that we can get it fixed as soon as possible! We always work to make sure that the plugin is working fully prior to releasing an update but sometimes problems do arise. All bugs and issues can be reported on the Credit Tracker's Issue Tracker.
Yes you can! Join in on our GitHub repository :) You can also leave us a nice review on the WordPress site to let others know what you think of the plugin!