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[Plugin: Cache Images] Need to re-save all posts before it will update img src?

  • Do I understand how this works correctly? After scanning and bringing in locally cached versions of images, it seems I must go back to each post/page where those images appear and click “Update” before the new src-code actually appears for the image. If I don’t do this, the old external-source image continues to appear. Is that how the plugin is supposed to work or is this an error?

    Thanks!
    Michelle

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  • Plugin Author Milan Dinić

    @dimadin

    No, there are two ways to use this plugin: by searching for all external-source images and by their caching, and by using automatic caching which would cache images in post when that post is saved/published manually.

    Check out more detailed description.

    Ah, then perhaps it is another bug – my already-published posts weren’t being updated with new local img-src until I re-saved them manually.

    I’ll check this again after the new plugin update later today, maybe that will fix it. Thank you so much for your quick responses!

    Michelle

    Plugin Author Milan Dinić

    @dimadin

    I’ve just released a new version, you can check it now.

    Tested on a single-site install of WP 3.0.2 and it worked great! no errors, and old posts were automatically updated with new src code without me having to re-save.

    I’ll let you know if there are any issues next time I have a chance to test this on a multisite installation.

    Thank you so much for the fast fix!! 🙂

    Michelle

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