This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.



Adds a list of any attached files to the end of posts and pages.

Attached files are displayed with a link so that they can be easily downloaded, along with a 16×16 icon identifying the type of file and file size.

Thanks to Mark James for the outstanding silk icon set, and for licensing it under the CC license.


  • Example showing 2 files attached to a post
  • Clip of the settings page
  • Custom fields


Copy the folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ folder where you installed WordPress and activate the plugin. The attached files section will display on posts as soon as the plugin is activated.


There is a single option added to the Writing settings page, and it is whether rAttach displays the attached files by default.

If you typically will not want to display attachments, but may occasionally, you will want to clear the checkbox and click save. If you want attachments displayed on most or all posts the checkbox should stay checked.

Either way, you can override the option. Adding a custom field named rAttach-on with a value of anything other than empty or a zero will display attachments regardless of the option setting. Likewise, rAttach-off with any non-blank, non-zero value will force the page to not display attached files.



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  • Initial Release