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Remove Image Links

When this plugin is activated: 1) The link field for new images being inserted is blank by default. 2) The link code in existing posts and pages is no

13 reviews
Average Rating
4.6 out of 5 stars
Severe bug
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It creates bug in my backoffice. When I publish a link from a new article to an old article, it creates comments moderation on the concerned article (while publishing the new article having the link).

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Fantastic - many, many thanks - working a treat with WP 4.2.2

An old favorite
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This plugin has survived sevral incarnations and keeps doing it's job nicely in the backgound. Highly recommended!

A good plugin
By , for WP 3.9.1

Thanks so much!

Plug & Play
By , for WP 3.6.1

Thanks for this plugin!

Exactly what I was looking for!!
By , for WP 3.6.1

Did a Google search for just this for exactly the reasons you mention and bam, here it is, precisely what we are looking for. Thank you!!

This is what I want!
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I accidentally found this plugin and it's what I want.
I apply it to my website deviantwp.com and it works perfect!

Best plugin out there!
By , for WP 3.5.1

As a travel magazine, I've had tremendous problems with image theft, not just from smaller sites but also from large corporations who should know better (and would enforce their copyright, were I to have stolen one of their images).

On a WordPress based site, a no right-click plugin doesn't prevent someone from clicking on the image and THEN stealing it. The only way that can be prevented is to remove the image links. As I have over 1000 images on my site, I wasn't relishing removing the link from every single image.

Not only does this plugin do what it says it will do, it does it w/o causing problems with the site and original articles/images.

Huge kudos to the developer(s) of this plugin! While this won't stop the truly tenacious image thief, it WILL keep a huge percentage of the population who truly believes, "If it's on the internet, it must be free). (If you'd like to see how well it works, visit my website, http://www.explorationtravelmagazine.com

Almost a Must Have !!!
By , for WP 3.5.1

Works really well.

For my use I would also be happy if there was an option to "remove image links AND hide image link option" (as I don't want my users to be able to change this setting anyway).


Can it be made to selectively disable links on thumbnails?
By , for WP 3.5


This plugin is halfway to brilliant. Halfway because:

(1) sometimes, I need the links.


I'm using a full-size print-screen

to a smaller image in order to demo my WordPress themes. THAT link should not be disabled.

{2} on the other hand, even with your plugin activated, thumbnails (in WordPress galleries) are not disabled, but in my case, I

them disabled, because I am using my galleries with the Postcards plugin to create an e-card service.

Postcards adds a link under THUMBNAILS from the gallery. But the darn thumbnails behave like regular images, with a hand appearing, and of course you will click, and you get an image of the image, taking you away from the e-card link below. And from the whole site.


However, I want my visitors focused on the link

the thumbnail; and not on the hand on the thumbnail. They will see the larger image inside the window that pops up with the e-card form.

Question: Is there a way with your plugin to selectively "enable" links that are wanted; and selectively disable links that are not wanted -- i.e., even though they are on thumbnails?

It would be handy if, in the Admin area to your plugin, there were checkboxes where I could:

(1) first, globally disable links; and then,

(2) second, in addition, let's say add a gallery URL to an "exception" field in Admin, so that even though they are thumbnails in that gallery, they will be disabled; -- or, if this can't happen,

(3) instead of having the bigger image come up from a thumb, and shove the page out of sight .... could that linked image at least be made, by default, to pop up in a window in front of the page?

(4) last, would be handy of there could be some way to expressly "enable" a link -- in particular links I

add in, as opposed to links that are auto-generated by the WordPress system?

Right now, your plugin disables all links including my manual links; but does not disable links on thumbs.

This is a brilliant plugin, BTW, I hope it can be taken to the next level.

Thank you!

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