Support » Plugin: iOS images fixer » Compatibility with Pods Framework?

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  • The Pods File upload field type uploads all media through the WordPress Media Library, that means the media are attachments, however they are still accessible individually through the media library.

    Scott, thanks for your attention in this matter.

    In this site’s setup, the photos are user submitted and they are located in a separate folder, i.e. wp-content/themes/CCLASS/uploader instead of wp-content/uploads.

    I’m continuing the work of a previous dev. There was a custom pod set up in the Dashboard for user submitted photos, named “Ad photos.” The media content of the site’s pages and posts are located in the Media folder, but to access the user submitted photos, I have to go to the pod, where only the image URL’s are displayed. I assume that this was how the previous dev created the template.

    I can send you the URL to inspect the site as well as credentials.

    Plugin Author Bishoy.A

    (@bishoya)

    Hello,

    In order for the iOS images fixer plugin to be applied to the photos being uploaded, the photos needs to be uploaded using WP functions, if they are stored in the media folder, they should be fixed, otherwise if they are stored in a different place manually, like here wp-content/themes/CCLASS/uploader instead of wp-content/uploads they most likely won’t be fixed.

    As a dev note, the function wp_handle_upload() needs to be used for image storage in order for the iOS images fixer plugin to be applied.

    Some logic would need to be applied on the uploaders functions in order to have the images fixed.

    If you want me to take a look at the custom uploader you are using in the theme and manually apply the iOS images fixer plugin to it if possible, please contact me.

    Kindest regards,
    Bishoy

    Thanks Bishoy. I’ll PM you.

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