Plugin: WordPress mime config (4 posts)

  1. Are you fed up with the "File type does not meet security guidelines. Try another." message when you try and upload a particular type of file not supported by the inline uploader?

    Well now you can easily extend the list to you hearts content using WordPress mime-config

    Read more about it here: managing mime-types for the inline uploader

  2. Update: The plugin now supports multiple mime-type definition using a simple file format to describe the mime-types.

    Read more about this update here: pjw-mime-config v0.90 released

  3. darrenterhune
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Or edit your wp-includes/functions.php at about line 1069 to add types without using plugins. See my post http://headfirstproductions.ca/blog/wordpress-file-type-upload-error-security-fix/

  4. darrenterhune: That works, but the problem with that is that you must re-add your types every time you upgrade WordPress.

    It's better to use a plugin which will add your types via the filter.

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