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Image Source Control

The Image Source Control manages image sources, displays them and warns if they are missing.

Instructions

Also have a look at the image source control manual.

Find a list of images with missing sources under Media > Missing sources

automatic image sources

You can choose to display image sources automatically below the post content or as a small overlay above your images. Just visit the settings page of the plugin to enable those options.

manually included image sources on pages/posts

You can add the image source list manually to pages or post via the shortcode [isc_list] in your content editor. You can use [isc_list id="123] to show the list of any post or page.

You can also add the list with the function isc_list() within the loop in your template files. Use isc_list( $post_id ) to show the image source list outside the loop.

You should also check first if the function exists before using it:

<?php if( function_exists('isc_list') ) { isc_list(); } ?>

list all image sources

You can add a paginated list with ALL attachments and sources to a post or page using the shortcode [isc_list_all]. Use [isc_list_all per_page="25"] to show only a limited number of images per page.

The plugin searches your post content and thumbnail for images (attachments) and lists them, if you included at least the image source or marked it as your own image.

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3
Last Updated: 2015-8-29
Active Installs: 1,000+

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