Support » Plugin: UploadPlus : File Name Cleaner » Custom prefix options?

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  • Plugin Author Paolo T. (pixline)

    (@pixline)

    Hi Alex, custom prefix are actually static only ( = plain text) for both security and performance reasons.

    The issue is that this plugin acts on a very low level on files uploading, so loop variables and the like won’t probably be available at the time our plugin is triggered in about 9 out of 10 runs. We too couldn’t recognize a lot of use cases and we’re learning about them almost daily! 🙂

    That said, we’re considering a couple of enhancements on custom prefixes and I’d like to know more about your use case: maybe it’s something we can achieve in a different way.

    Thank you for caring!
    p.

    Thanks Paolo, no problem, in my case I’d like to have the file renamed using the post title,

    In the mean time I managed to rename the file using the post title by adding the following code to the core.class.php and admin.class.php files.

    In core.class.php, on line 100:

    case “C”: $file_name = str_replace( array(“.”,”_”,”-“,” “) ,$sep, sanitize_title( get_the_title() ) ).$sep.$file_name; break;

    In admin.class.php, line 85:

    “C” => ‘Post title and the filename’

    So far it works really well by adding the post name before the filename which is pretty much what I need. I did not looked into the “demo string” feature and I realise that I have to use an IF somewhere to intercept situations where the post does not have a name defined.

    But so far so good, I’m happy with this. That’s why open source rocks. And that’s why I thank you again 😉

    Plugin Author Paolo T. (pixline)

    (@pixline)

    The issue with this approach – as you already know – is that it won’t work with media uploads from outside a post/page (i.e. direct upload in the media library) : they can’t have that context if no new post/page is hosting this uploaded file.

    We need to think a bit more about it, find out something a bit more comprehensive for the average user out there. But that’s open source: if you’re fine with that solution go for it! 🙂

    You are right, I just filtered out the Media section on the Admin menu 😀
    Thanks again A LOT! I’ll keep an eye on your plugin as it really helped me.

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