Dynamically adds multiple featured image (post thumbnail) functionality to posts, pages and custom post types.
Dynamically adds multiple featured image or multiple post thumbnail functionality to your page, posts and custom post types. This plugin provides you an interface to add any number of featured image as you want without writing a single code. These dynamic featured images can then be collected by the various theme functions.
A NOTE ABOUT SUPPORT: We’re here to help troubleshoot bugs, but please don't set expectations early as the support forums at WordPress.org are only checked once a week. All the support of the Dynamic Featured Image plugin will now be provided from within this support forum.
Users looking for more timely/in-depth support and extended features are encouraged to check out Dynamic Featured Image PRO.
FEATURES OF PRO VERSION
- Settings Page to control various settings.
- Shortcodes to make your life easier.
- Pro-level support on all forums, including the free forum.
- Dedicated email and chat support.
- Access to more advance features and future updates for free.
Dynamic Featured Image enables the option to have MULTIPLE featured images within a post or page. This is especially helpful when you use other plugins, post thumbnails or sliders that use featured images. Why limit yourself to only one featured image if you can do some awesome stuffs with multiple featured image? DFI allows you to add different number of featured images to each post and page that can be collected by the various theme functions.
How it works?
1. After successfull plugin activation go to
edit page of posts or pages and you will notice a box for second featured image.
Set featured image, select required image from "Dynamic Featured Image - Media Selector" popup and click
Set Featured Image.
3. Click on
Add New to add new featured image or use
Remove link to remove the featured image box.
4. You can then get the images by calling the function
$dynamic_featured_image->get_featured_images([$postId (optional)]) in your theme. (Click here for details)
5. The data will be returned in the following format.
array 0 => array 'thumb' => string 'http://your_site/upload_path/yourSelectedImage.jpg' (length=50) 'full' => string 'http://your_site/upload_path/yourSelectedImage_fullSize.jpg' (length=69) 'attachment_id' => string '197' (length=3) 1 => array 'thumb' => string 'http://your_site/upload_path/yourSelectedImage.jpg' (length=50) 'full' => string 'http://your_site/upload_path/yourSelectedImage_fullSize.jpg' (length=69) 'attachment_id' => string '198' (length=3) 2 => ...
You can use
Network Activate to activate plugin for all sites on a single install. It is only available on the Network admin site not anywhere else.
Activate activates for the site you are currently on. These will be permitted to be activated or deactivated on ANY blog.
While deleting the plugin from the
Network be sure that the plugin is deactive in all installation of your WordPress network.
Remote Image URL Info
You can add the image using the remote image url but various helper functions provided may/may not work for the image from remote url. The attachment id for the remote image will always be
If you'd like to check out the code and contribute, join us on Github. Pull requests, issues, and plugin recommendations are more than welcome!
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.1
Last Updated: 2015-2-14
5 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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