Support » Plugin: PhotoPress - Image Taxonomies » Poor Library formatting

  • Resolved vDerekS

    (@vdereks)



    When used with WP Retina 2x and Imagify, this plug-in modifies the Media Library view so much that it makes the view useless. For example, the two plug-ins I mentioned modify the File column to add more information. However, this Taxonomies plug-in reformats the view such that the text added in the File column is resized to a single letter wide. This means I can only get a SINGLE media icon per page (on a 4K monitor) and makes reading the third-party File details impossible.

    As a result, this plug-in had to be de-installed. Good concept, but extremely poor execution.

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  • Plugin Author padams

    (@padams)

    Sadly the is how WordPress core deals with showing image taxonomy data on the library screen. This plugin doesn’t actually touch the formatting of that page.

    The good news is that you can control what columns are displayed in the library yourself via the “screen options” tab in the upper right hand corner of the screen. You can hide the ones you don’t want to see from there.

    I do apologize for the confusion, and you are 100% right. I slimmed down the columns and all is well. I did a test import from Lightroom using Jeffrey’s “Metadata Wrangler” Lightroom Plugin. It imported the proper location information such as photo city, photo state, and countries.

    I don’t know if this is possible, but it would be nice to optionally have this plug-in auto-populate alternative text/description with certain fields for better SEO.

    Plugin Author padams

    (@padams)

    Ok great. Glad to hear it. If you feel moved to change your one star review of the plugin I would appreciate it.

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