Support » Plugin: Organize Media Library by Folders » It messed up my media library :-(

  • Resolved KemNan

    (@kemnan)


    Hi,

    The Search found my files (I have less then ten).
    The Rebuild & Organise moved the files from the yyyy/mm to the desired wp-content/upload directory, BUT did not changed the URL in the content! 🙁

    I started Rebuild & Organise again and it messed up my Library as it changed the URL – by adding double slash: // (/wp-content/uploads//filename.jpg)
    And it is changed only in the Media Library – not in the Content as I expected.

    So be careful as this plugin is in its current state very dangerous!
    Have a Backup at the hand as suggested!

    Cheers,
    .Nándi.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/organize-media-library/

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  • Plugin Author Katsushi Kawamori

    (@katsushi-kawamori)

    Hi .Nándi.,

    Thank you for your valuable opinion.

    The following things, I was coding.
    wp-content/uploads -> wp-content/uploads/yyyy/mm
    wp-content/uploads -> wp-content/uploads/folder
    wp-content/uploads/yyyy/mm -> wp-content/uploads/folder

    But the following thing, I forgot the coding.
    wp-content/uploads/yyyy/mm -> wp-content/uploads

    As soon as possible, I will coding.

    Plugin Author Katsushi Kawamori

    (@katsushi-kawamori)

    Fixed problem of conversion (wp-content/uploads/yyyy/mm –> wp-content/uploads) in version 3.1.

    Thank you, I’ll give it a try! 🙂

    cheers,
    .Nándi.

    Hi Katsushi,

    It went well this time, the Media Library has been updated correctly.

    Actually I was hoping that the plugin would update the links within the pages and posts as well – I had to update them manually by editing/refreshing all the links. (Luckily I have currently only a few..)

    Is there a chance to enhance your plugin in this way?

    Thank you for your prompt help! 🙂

    Kind Regards,
    .Nándi.

    Plugin Author Katsushi Kawamori

    (@katsushi-kawamori)

    Hi .Nándi.,

    This plugins would update the links within the pages and posts.
    Previously there remains a link that failed to convert ?

    adding double slash: // (/wp-content/uploads//filename.jpg)

    It will fail in that case.

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