Allows you to add/edit/attach/un-attach/sort the files attached to your WordPress posts all from the post editor.
Perfectly meets my requirements for attaching media files to posts.
I was just searching a plugin to attach/unattach files from my posts. It's simple to find one that works in the media library list view, but I didn't find any that works in the post edition page "add media" screen.
This one does, and does more than I expected : attachments are displayed in a metabox under tinymce editor, where you are able to write caption, detach file or reorder them by drag'n drop.
I use it to manage images attachments that are displayed as a gallery... Works great for this.
Thanks to the developper !
... Maybe this nice plugin deserves a little update ? Will you continue to ensure compatibility with future wordpress versions ?
Try explaining the concept of "attachments" to your client, and that an image only becomes an attachment if you upload it from the post edit screen and not when you add it from the media library. Or explain them how to re-order the attachments (click "add media"?). Or un-attach an image file (not even possible).
I use this plugin on an e-commerce site, and it makes handling product galleries more user friendly. It also makes my task, of explaining how it all works a whole lot easier. I have never understood why handling attachments from within the WP backend would be so difficult. This plugin solves it all.
This solves all my auto gallery issues... perfectly! Very user friendly!!
The best plugin to attachments images without include in posts
This lets me (and clients!) easily see and control what is attached to each post. It is a real lifesaver for e-commerce. If the user clones similar products using the Duplicate Post plugin, this allows one to easily change out product images. Thank you!
You saved me a lot of work, this just worked for my custom content type and it was so simple to implement. Thanks a lot dude!
Another plugin that I consider core functionality that ought to be included by default, but very thankful someone took the reigns on it. Works FANTASTIC with a JigoShop setup to manage the secondary product images.
Very good plugin... I can't figure out why it isn't included into wp by default :-)
Remark the full name of this plugin, to not mixup with another one...
This version of many other similar extensions actually do something useful. Easy rename title and captions within the actual post. True un-attach files and most of all:
A really nice intigrated interface, easy and clean. The add attchment button next to Add media button let the customer undererstand the diffrent.
The edit link, on top of the attachment icon, opens the default edit attachment page in modal window. I would like to have this function in default Media library table!
The only thing I missing is the un-attach/ re-attach links to also show up in the Library table in the column "Uploaded to" under the default attached link. But there is another simple plugin for that and I combined them right now. But less plugins is more...
Use this with any list attchment files widget (Not included with this plugin) to create a useful download service or related media connections for views.
There are also many other way you can chain this functionaly with wp setups in cloud service, manage office works and so on.
Thanks for this contribute to the WordPress users.
/ Jonas Lundman, Media Coordinator and operative project manager
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