Easy to use, works out of box!
great plugin! I had a problem at first, because I couldn't select an image for my themes custom taxonomies, even though the select-dialog was shown at the standard WordPress categories.
I fixed this by creating my custom taxonomies with a higher priority (= lower number than 10):
add_action( 'init', 'create_my_custom_tax', <strong>9</strong>); ...
It would be great if a future version of this plugin would call the
instantiate_classes method in the
index.php with a priority greater than 10, like so:
add_action( 'init', array( $this, 'instantiate_classes' ), 11 );
This way the taxonomy editors hooks would definitely be called after all the themes taxonomies are created.
This plugin integrates the header option into the page, post, and category edit pages, simple and elegant solution. Highly recommended, WP should have done this long ago.
Aside from supporting custom headers no extra set-up needed. Just plugin and play. Great plugin.
Needed a minor tweak to work with Cherry Framework - but a wonderful plugin that allowed me to have a custom header on each page of my site. Thank you!
the option to give posts, pages and even categories unique header images makes styling a WordPress page so flexible. Great addition and thanks for all your efforts!
Very easy to use and does exactly what it say's it does.
Works right out of the box with themes that support custom header images. But I found that with a little tweak it also works fine with themes that don't have header images. Just add something like this to the category template or template include:
<img src="<?php header_image(); ?>" height="<?php echo get_custom_header()->height; ?>" width="<?php echo get_custom_header()->width; ?>" alt="" />
I am working on a magazine type site amd use a commercial magazine theme that has it's own header setup (with dozens of variations). But it doesn't have an option to just set a header image (duh). I added the code above to the right template part, and it worked right away. Now I have the default theme header, and for each category a separate "header image" between the actual header and the posts. So it functions as a custom taxonomy featured image. Great!
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