I needed to add thumbnails to categories and display them on a page that lists all categories using get_categories() function. This plugin worked great for that and saved me a lot of time. Cheers!
Judging by how old this plugin was I had my doubts, but less than a half hour after using it, it solved the troubles I was having of integrating featured images into my custom taxonomy I was developing for a custom theme.
Everything is so simple, and the code is well written and documented, so any intermediate developer can go in and make some minor customizations quite easily if needed. I'm very impressed! Worked perfect for me on wordpress 4.1 (some of the admin styles were a bit off but I couldn't care less about that).
Easy and clean plugin, work very good !! We are using it in our web design and development.
Used it to display an image for my category pages. Easy tool to upload or select images already uploaded. Assign to chosen category directly below in this upload tool. Great!
It will show you a list of photos you have uploaded to WordPress and allow you to upload a new photos, but that's it. There are no options or buttons or check boxes that allow you to select one for your thumbnail.
I've used this to create a sponsor and funder taxonomy that I can attach to my custom 'project' posts. I've associated the sponsor/funder's logo with each taxonomy term, and can now select which logos to display by simply selecting their name from the category list.
Requires that you know how to edit your theme's templates, but the documentation is excellent and the plugin is easily customizable.
Nice job on the admin side of things, but I couldn't get it to show anything other than the small thumbnail size. Possibly that's a theme issue, but the documentation wasn't very helpful in resolving it. This theme supports category description so it was easier just to add some html in there.
... why do you not provide one simple function to get the taxonomy image by taxonomy slug + term id? Please correct me if I had missed this.
This is a great idea and much needed. Unfortunately the media loader is still using the old (pre-3.5) model and has no search function. The only way to filter images is by date, which might work for a blog. I tried it on a website with 1000+ images, about 800 of which were uploaded when the site was built, and was faced with browsing through over 80 pages of 10 thumbnails each to try to find the image I needed. Would love to see it brought up to date!
Great plugin - you've just saved me hours of work (and what's left of my hair) on a Woocommerce project. Thank you!
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