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|Resource Management for WordPress||1.0||60||2||310|
Add and Manage various type of resources/ documents from wp-admin and get any resource list with download option in frontend by using shortcode.
Admin Panel A plugin for uploading and managing resources or documents from admin. There is another option to add and manage any resource category/ sub category. In the resource entry form there is a ‘drag n drop’ option to upload any resource file along with traditional browse facility. Even according to resource type only your uploaded file will be submitted. Also there are category/ sub category selection fields as well as a description box in the resource entry form. Frontend Display Use shortcode: [resources] for all resources to any post or in pages at anywhere. Use [resources res_cat=Category ID] for any particular resource category even multiple category IDs can be included by separating a comma(,). Ex. [resources res_cat=2] or [resources res_cat=1,2,3] N.B.: You will get any Category ID from resource category section. This ID should always be numeric numbers and be sure there is no such blank space around the IDs.
|WP Users Media||4.0.0||100||20||11868|
Requires PHP: 7.0.0 WP Users Media is a WordPress plugin that displays only the current users media files and attachments in WP Admin.
WP Users Media works right away when you activate the plugin. No more settings needed. If you need the options switched on for the Admin also you can do it in the Options Page located in the Settings area. What the plugin does is to disable the ability for users to access other members files and attachments through the Media Button and Featured Image sections. This is really good because maybe you have Authors, Contributors and Subscribers that writes posts etc. and you do not want them to be able to use other members media files to their own content. To test it out create 3 users, 1 Admin and 2 Author's for an example. As Admin you are able to see all media files from all the users on the site. Upload some photos or other media files as Admin. Log out Login as Author 1 and click on the Add Media button for an post or a page. Now you do not see any media files at all. If the plugin was inactivated you would be able to see the photos that the Admin uploaded. Now, upload some photos as Author 1. Log out. Repeat step 2 for Author 2. As you can see Author 2 cannot see the files uploaded from the Admin and from the Author 1. This is very effective solution to keep the media files more private.
|Modify Attachments Meta||0.2||66||3||3027|
Allows modification of meta data of attachments, such as date fields, menu order... (soon to add more, I guess).
When embedding a file/image/video/something to a page, or you try to edit them in the Library, you'll be allowed to make changes on some meta data. Currently timestamp for uploading of the file and menu order are configurable, although they are still not well validated for wrong input. TODO Metabox like shown here: http://wpsnipp.com/index.php/functions-php/start-date-end-date-metabox-for-events-custom-post-types/; Changing file name of the attachment (without the extension, of course); Control over which user roles can edit these fields; Validation error messages should be displayed; Use anonymous functions, instead of worrying what'll happen if a function is defined by someone else; If a user types invalid input, they should be warned. Currently nothing happens - attachment is updated without updating with the wrong data. As I'm lazy as hell, I'll need your help to think of new features to implement! Contributors are welcome on GitHub: https://github.com/vlood/modify-attachments-meta
|Better Image Credits||2.0.3||88||7||7311|
A plugin that integrates The Awesome Aviary editor In the WordPress Media Library.
Simple lightweight plugin integrates The Awesome Aviary editor In your the WordPress Media Library. Main Features include: 30 languages to select from. Ajaxed save process. Named Theme Images sizes. Saved file format (jpg,png,original). Very Very Easy to use. Note: This plugin makes calls to Aviary’s API server for saving images. any feedback or suggestions are welcome. check out my other plugins
Adds a "Credit" field when uploading media to posts and displays it under the images on your blog to properly credit the artist.
Feel free to get in touch with us about anything you’d like me to add to this plugin or any feedback. We love hearing from our users! Start a thread on the plugin forum and we’ll get back to you shortly! This plugin adds a “Credit” field when uploading media to posts and displays it under the images on your blog to properly credit the artist. When adding media through the Media Uploader tool or editing media already in the Media Library, this plugin adds a new field to the media form that allows users to assign credit for given media to a user of your blog (assisted with autocomplete) or to any freeform text (e.g. courtesy photos, etc.). When this media is then inserted into a post, a new shortcode, [media-credit], surrounds the media, inside of any caption, with the provided media credit information. Media credit inside this shortcode is then displayed on your blog under your media with the class .media-credit, which has some default styling but which you can customize to your heart’s content. You can also display all the media by an author on the author’s page. See more in the FAQ. Options This plugin provides a few options which appear on the Media page under Settings. These options are: Separator Organization Display credits after post Example This is best explained with an example. With a separator of ” | ” and an organization of The Daily Times, media inserted will be followed with a credit line appearing as follows, with the username linking to the author page for that user: John Smith | The Daily Times Further explanation Separator: These are the characters that separate the display name for a user on your blog from the name of the organization, as described below. The default separator is ” | ” but feel free to change this to suit your needs. Organization: This is what appears after the separator as listed above. The default organization is the name of your blog. Display credits after post: With this option enabled, media credit shortcodes will not appear by default when inserting media into your posts. Instead, the plugin will look through the content of your posts for any media attachments and display something like the following at the end of each post with the CSS class .media-credit-end: Images courtesy of John Smith | The Daily Times, Michael Scott and Jane Doe. In this example, John Smith is a user of your blog, while the latter two credits are not.
|Front end file upload and manager Plugin||4.1||78||24||75141|
N-Media Frontend File Manager plugin allow site users to upload files and share with admin.
This plugin lets the wordpress site users to upload files for admin. Each file is saved in private directory so each user can download/delete their own files after login. For more control please see PRO feature below. Use folowing shortcode:: [nm-wp-file-uploader] NOTE: Version 3.0 has major changes, but we have included a migration script which will copy all old files in new version Features Upload button title Upload button font color Upload button background color Max filesize (each file) Max files limit = 5 Upload background color change Message control on success and error Image thumb New Pro Demo See Demo Pro Features Pro version gives you AWSOME control over this plugin on top of free version. You can control file upload behavior with following shortcode Create Directory Directory Tree View (see screenshots) Min files limit Max file upload limit set Secure download link Admin email notification/alert Share file (user can send file in email) File meta attachment (Awesome feature) File sorting, searching, pagination Admin: disable/enable upload/download section Admin: Allow users to upload files even not registered (public) File Meta File meta is another set of shortcodes allow site admin to attach unlimited input fields. These are named as File Meta. Admin will receive email on every file upload with File Meta. Following 8 types of input field can be attached: Text Textarea] Select Checkbox Mask (customized format) Email Date (datepicker) Image Checkbox More info with Demo
|WP Media Category Management||1.9.4||94||27||95780|
This WordPress plugin will ease the management of media categories, including bulk actions. It supports categories for media using either the existing post categories or a dedicated media_category cus...
tom taxonomy. The plugin supports easy category toggling on the media list page view and also bulk toggling for multiple media at once. It now also supports post tags and media taxonomies defined by other plugins. Main Features Use post categories or dedicated media categories. Control your media categories via admin the same way as post categories. Bulk toggle any media taxonomy assignment from Media Library via admin. Filter media files in Media Library by your custom taxonomies, both in list and grid view. Use new or existing shortcode to filter the media on galleries in posts. Use a default category while uploading (see FAQ section).