...for making an interface to manage attachments in context. Even works on my non-public custom post type where WordPress' media manager fails.
Managing attachments is a weak area of WP. Unless your theme offers attachment management functionalities, this plugin makes things easier and is a huge time-saver.
Seeing attachments on the actual page they are attached to is the only thing that makes sense for non experts. This plugin does that very nicely.
I do not understand why WordPress simply refuses to make attachment handling easier, it is not that tricky!
I really do not understand at all why I cannot "attach" a media file to two post simultaniously - is there any valid reason -> NO!
This solved my problem at once.
It really nice plugin
it resolved my problem.
Very good work. It seamlessly worked with the themes portfolio. This will make it A LOT easier to handle attachments for the build in gallery.
This plugin makes it simple for non-expert users to add/remove images from an image slider, and to maintain different sliders on different pages. One caveat is that I had to edit the plugin in order to change some of the flexslider settings and get the sliders to display captions. But once it's all set up, it's simple for a non-developer to maintain.
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.
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