Support » Plugin: Custom Field Template » Insert Image Failure in 3.5

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  • Rob Hope


    I have same issue, not good as I’ve setup tons of clients with the Custom Field Template plugin. Are there any alternative plugins out there? Or ideally a fix..



    Same error here! I disabled the plugin.



    Same issue here. I heavily rely on this plugin and so hoping for a fix very soon!



    I am having the same issue too. There is a workaround for those interested that seems to work for me. If you upload the images as usual and then copy the url of the image and use the insert url of new media uploader it will insert the image as normal. It’s certainly not ideal but it gets the job done for the time being.

    Rob Hope


    Yeah, not ideal hey, especially for a client who knows little about HTML.



    This is a super-hacky work-around, but like many of you, I’ve used this plugin a lot and can’t disable it without making things difficult for clients:

    In the plugins/custom-field-template/custom-field-template.php file, comment out line 49, which should look like this:

    add_filter( 'media_send_to_editor', array(&$this, 'media_send_to_custom_field'), 15 );

    I haven’t tested it extensively, but this probably borks the image upload/insert ability of Custom Field Templates; otherwise, it seems to be a decent band-aid for the short-term.

    I’m not sure why this works, it looks like there was a similar issue on the support forum that discussed the clash between this filter used in the Custom Field Template and another plugin, Faster Image Inserter; may be the same kind of conflict?



    Thanks Laurel, that seems to work for me. I can live with it for the time being. Let’s hope he get’s it updated soon! I haven’t found another plugin with the same feature set.



    There’s a 2.0.7 update out now that has fixed this problem as quickly as I’d noticed it. Restores my faith in this plugin, a plugin that is absolutely CORE to any site I build.

    Thanks so much, Hiroaki!!

    Rob Hope


    Cheers for the update Hiroaki, working great now.



    I’ll verify that I needed the newest version of CFT to fix problems inserting an image after upgrade to WP 3.5. After getting that, all was well.

    That may be the first problem I’ve ever run into with this amazing plugin, one of the best I’ve ever seen!



    My media uploader in CFT didn’t work at first, but then I cleared my browser cache, and it all was fine. I think it’s always important to remember to clear the browser cache after you have done any update that modified jQuery because the browser can cache the scripts and then it totally messes up how the browser plays with the site, so what you have is a browser problem rather than a plugin problem.

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