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  • Plugin Author cloudinary

    (@cloudinary)

    Hi Paolo,

    Thank you for reporting this issue.

    We are looking into it and will update you when we have something ready.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author cloudinary

    (@cloudinary)

    Hi Paolo,

    We are working on enhancing Cloudinary’s WordPress plugin to support featured images and WordPress image galleries.

    It should be available in the next few days. We will update you when it’s ready.

    Thanks!

    Great that will be the terrific enhancement I’m expecting 🙂

    Plugin Author cloudinary

    (@cloudinary)

    Hi Paolo,

    Version 1.0.6 of the plugin that was just released supports featured images.

    WordPress media items are now created also for attachments of images generated by Cloudinary. The media items link to the remote cloud-based images and can be used for featured images and galleries. Note that you will need to save a draft of your post in order to see newly attached images available in the featured image selection dialog.

    Please let us know if it works for you.

    Thanks!

    hi, unfortunately in my case the plugin create an entry in the media library but the thumbnail appears as a broken image both in wordpress and in the website

    do you have other issue like this one?

    strange, with another blog it all right
    with this one I get the following error uploading from the wp media library to cloudinary

    Warning: stripos() [function.stripos]: needle is not a string or an integer in /home/greenpl1/public_html/magazine/wp-includes/functions.php on line 658

    Warning: stripos() [function.stripos]: needle is not a string or an integer in /home/greenpl1/public_html/magazine/wp-includes/functions.php on line 661

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/greenpl1/public_html/magazine/wp-includes/functions.php:658) in /home/greenpl1/public_html/magazine/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 876

    and on cloudinary the image exist but no thumbnail

    hi I figured out the problem
    the error was caused by enabling the strict transformation and maybe not inserting the correct subdomain for the site

    now I changed these 2 options and images are loaded correctly
    thx

    I see that the 1.0.6 version states that Cloudinary images are now registered in the media library and can be used as featured images. This is critical to me and I have been trying pretty hard now but cannot get them to show as options available for featured images.

    I am using WP 3.5.1 and am trying to set any of the images I have uploaded to Cloudinary as the featured image for a post or a product. No luck so far. All I can find are images that exist in the original WP media library.

    Any guidance?

    Plugin Author cloudinary

    (@cloudinary)

    @brashrebel: Setting an image as a featured image is done using WP standard media library interface, which lists both local media items and cloud-based images uploaded, transformed and delivered by Cloudinary.

    WP media items are automatically created for images inserted by Cloudinary to your posts (you need to save a draft of your post to see the newly uploaded images in the ‘Set featured image’ dialog).

    If you upgrade to the latest release of the plugin (v1.0.8), uploading existing local images from WP media library now automatically creates cloud-based media items that you can use for selecting as featured images.

    Thanks for your prompt response. This got me through it. I can now add featured images from my Cloudinary library.

    I also updated the plugin, but please forgive me, I don’t fully understand what you meant in your last statement. What did the new update add?

    Plugin Author cloudinary

    (@cloudinary)

    @brashrebel: v1.0.8 creates WP media items for existing images you upload to Cloudinary through WordPress default media library web interface by clicking on the “Upload to cloudinary”.
    The previous version of the plugin created WP media items only for images inserted into posts of pages.

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