Plugin Reviews

Frontend Uploader

This plugin allows your visitors to upload User Generated Content (media and posts/custom-post-types with media).

42 reviews
Average Rating
4.3 out of 5 stars
Poor documentation makes it impossible to use
By , for WP 4.5.1

The title says it all...

There are no documentation that clearly explains how to do advance forms

it's all cryptic

The plugin might be good if only the author would spend the time to make it easy to use...

short code didn't worked..
By , for WP 4.4.2

i'm try put the shortcode basic [fu-upload-form] in my page,and the form dont appear...what's wrong with my code

Nice work guys!
By , for WP 4.4.2

I installed the plugin after poking around for the right one to do the job. Set it up, hid some labels with CSS and tried it out. It worked! BOOYAH.

Thank you!

Great plugin, works out of the box!
By , for WP 4.4

Works out of the box, does exactly what it says on the tin. Good job!

Minor niggle is a missing form code to modify the standard success message. Otherwise, great!

I like it a lot but...
By , for WP 4.3.1

it does everythin that he needs to do. & with the shortcodes its very easy. Only i do miss one shortcode. My user can upload an image, with a drop down "select" menu. But unfortunatly is does not synchronise with my categories. Is there a shortcode to add a image to a category which the user can choose?

Security Concerns
By , for WP 4.3.1

Please be aware using a plugin that allows foreigners to upload files onto your server should be always concerned a risk!

Working Perfect
By , for WP 4.3.1

It's working perfect however it hasn't been updated in 11 months. When will the next update be scheduled?

I will also be adding a contract to be signed before submission.

Awarding of MyCRED points will also be another integration seamlessly done thanks to the ease of this plugin.

Thanks for any excellent stater plugin to my overall project with mass integrations.

To integrate with Justified Image Grid simply leave default settings for:

post_id => ID of the post the image should be attached to. Defaults to the post ID of the post the shortcode is on. in Frontend Uploader

The simply copy and past into a post or page. For best effects set the post or page to full width with no sidebar. Copy the shortcode below for Justify Image Grid to work.

Change id=193 to the number assigned to your post or page in my case 193 when editing the said post or page you can find this number in the top URL bar above in your browser.

[justified_image_grid preset=4 mobile_preset=4 id=193]

Currently the above shortcode works for preset=4 which is google+ style change the number to the preset that suites you. This can be found in the settings of Justify Image Grid. Make sure Justify Image Grid to the same preset settings both for mobile and desktop.

You can use custom uploader forms just make sure that the default setting remains to post to the same id as the upload form as default with the plugin!

How this helps out :)



Would recommend highly!

Works out of the box
By , for WP 4.2.2

Pretty good even without touching any settings. I'll be recommending this for a Frontend Upload solution in conjunction with Justified Image Grid which will show an automatic gallery of added photos.

dont waste yr time!!!!!!
By , for WP 4.1.1

tried to follow the instructions but nothing works, have lost count of how many times have pasted the short code to a page/post that won't work!!!!! WordPress site doesnt even allow me to email and ask for help, just millions of blogs to sift through and that lasted 5 minutes before I thought fuck-it!!!! just like soooo many other plugins on wordpress iis fucking useless...this is the seventh plugin i have tried and they are all useless, STAY AWAY AND SAVE YR TIME AND ENERGY...

NOT impressed... no support... very frustrating
By , for WP 4.1.1

The "3 of 27 support threads in the last two months have been resolved" notation for this plugin should've clued me in that I'd be less-than-happy with the support.

I'm sure it'd be a fabulous plugin IF the documentation were clearer, and IF the developers would actually respond to support questions. At this point, however, I'm moving on to something else.

My advice: don't bother with it.

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