Show exif data directly from photos in your blog. This plugin examines the jpg or tiff photo for exif data and lets you display the interesting ones.
Two reasons: 1. KLEX has no chance of knowing where or how you want to display the data 2. You may display a thumb on your page, that does not contain exif and point KLEX provide the EXIF from the original image. An automated version would not give this option.
I am sure you can (just not with this plugin). I just developed a quick solution for my blog and decided to share it.
Maybe. Depends on interest shown and if anyone else is willing to contribute to the solution. (Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org and express wishes and offers to help)
Most common reasons are images without exif data or wrong url to image in KLEX tag. Solution: Study the error message to decide if the wrong file is being accessed or if the file jus have no exif data. Correct or remove the KLEX tag that causes the problem.
KLEX never makes the blog crash, but error messages, like when a wrong url or an image without exif data is provided, are not always handled elegantly. I orignally devoloped this plugin for my own use on my own WordPress photoblog only and decided to share. I have no idea how many will be interested in this plugin and for this reason I gave sharing priority over refining the code and let the demand decide if it will ever get refined.
Requires: 2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: WordPress 2.9.2
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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