WP Original Media Path
[resolved] Is it Multisite compatible and How? (2 posts)

  1. marikamitsos
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Does your plugin (v.1.3.0) work on multisites? Should it be network activated?
    If so, I wonder whether it will solve our problem.

    We have recently created a (wordpress v3.8) subfolder/multisite installation (newdomain.com)
    On an older (subfolder/multisite) installation the uploaded images for site oldersite.com/mysite01 have a URL like:

    BUT. On the new -exactly similar- installation, they show up as:

    We need the newdomain.com photos, for site newdomain.com/mysite01 to look like:
    (the old way)

    Would we be able to achieve this by using your plugin AND creating the folder

    Can photos uploaded for site http://newdomain.com/mysite02/
    show up as: http://newdomain.com/mysite02/files/2014/01/ph-300x225.jpg

    If not, do you have any ideas on how to do it?

    Thank you in advance,
    for your time and work

    PS: Bonus Questions :)
    Does it work with mapped domains?
    How does it behave with CDN?
    Cache plugins?
    What happens with already uploaded images?


  2. RVOLA
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello @marikamitsos

    Sorry for the delay ... I am not alerted when a new message appears on the forum.

    I just tested you plug in and it works perfectly on a multisite as you wish.

    Bonus Questions:

    1. Mapping: probably ( I have not tested ), but I do not see blocking .
    2. CDN : is a fake CDN . WordPress is necessarily stored files on the same server as the install of WordPress. Creating a subdomain you parallélisez downloading files which improves your rating Google Page Speed.
    3. This plug-in contains no cache rule . In fact, if you want to change the persistent hide static files , it is up to you to create an htaccess file with the right rules in the file are stored or the media.
    4. Images previously downloaded are not moved ( database and physical file). You need to do this: move physically FTP your files, and then update the database (note ) . Here's a link to help you : http://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-automatically-change-media-paths-for-old-media?replies=2#post-4468956

    Good luck and let me know ;)

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