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Hi,

Will it work on WP 3.9 sites.

Thanks,

P_Enrique

Hello, sorry for the delay, I’ve been travelling. Yes, it will.

cyrusis Purchased

Hi P_Enrique,

I just purchased your plugin.

Sadly it doesn’t work on my setup. I had to change the filepath to where images are uploaded in Wordpress, so it doesn’t function? And I also use custom taxonomies, the plugin isn’t renaming files that I upload.

Here are the log notes I’m getting: Wed, 21 May 2014 06:18:59 +0000 : Renamer started (v 2.1.1). Uploaded 'WP_20130411_012.jpg' (code 0). Request post_id: '' Wed, 21 May 2014 06:18:59 +0000 : The file mime_type is 'image/jpeg' and extension is 'jpg' Wed, 21 May 2014 06:18:59 +0000 : Could not get a post Wed, 21 May 2014 06:18:59 +0000 : The new filename is 'bitcoin-wp-20130411-012.jpg' Wed, 21 May 2014 06:18:59 +0000 : Attachment 4620 has post_title = 'WP_20130411_012' and post_name = 'wp_20130411_012'

If you have any fix recommendations, I’m all ears!

Thanks again!

P_Enrique

Hello, sorry for the delay in answering. According to the log you posted, this issue is not caused by the filepath. The Renamer was started on your upload, but could not detect the post title. Are you sure you are uploading the file to a post, in other words, from within the Edit Post screen? Naming by post title will not work if you are uploading directly to the Media Library, since there is no way of knowing in which post the upload will be attached to later on.

Dezzign Purchased

Hello, is it possible for this plugin to rewrite the titles of the images during the upload. Lets say I have an image file my-new-widget.jpg When I upload this image can it rename the default image title which would be my-new-widget to My New Widget

I always optimise my image names for file strings but then I have to always edit the image titles to strip the hyphens out. Can your plugin do this? Thanks in Advance.

P_Enrique

Hi, that’s a great question and something that I’m going to add to the FAQ. YES, the plugin can do this, in the following way: Turn OFF the option “Use the post or page title as the filename when uploading”. Upload the file with the filename you want as as the title, like “My New Widget.jpg”. The filename will be set to “youroptionaltexthere-my-new-widget.jpg” with the attachment title “My New Widget”.

Dezzign
Dezzign Purchased

Ahh pure genius, thanks for the reply. This has bugged me for many years & cost me a lot of time. The key difference is that your plugin correctly optimises the file name for seo and allows you to save your images exactly the way you want them to be named.

When I upload a normal image with the file name ‘My New Widget’ the standard WordPress appends the file url to be www.site.com/My-New-Widget.jpg which isn’t optimal. But this nifty plugin renames the image file correctly to www.mysite.com/my-new-widget.jpg

Good work & good luck with the sales :)

P_Enrique

Thank you! This plugin is all about making the upload routines simpler & quicker. Happy blogging & don’t forget to leave a rating!

begoo Purchased

I have all my files have variable file1-google.com-3.jpg, file2-google.com-4.jpg,etc

So any way to remove google.com on the fly when I uploading all the files??

P_Enrique

Hello, unfortunately not with this plugin. If you are NOT using title renaming, the original file name will be used. In this case, you’d need to rename the files on your computer before upload. For example, a piece of software called “Bulk Rename Utility” can be helpful.

Hey I am using Image Teleporter and it doesnt work with it. Do u know of a way to make them compatible. https://wordpress.org/plugins/image-teleporter/

P_Enrique

Hello, I had a look at the Image Teleporter and unfortunately, I cannot make the Easy Upload Renamer compatible with it, because the Teleporter uses something called “media sideloads” and the Renamer is hooked to “media uploads”. The WordPress developers made a very hard-to-understand and complex system in this case! The only way to achieve the renaming functionality would be to modify your copy of the Image Teleporter.

Thanks for the great plugin. I have a couple questions:

1. Can you consider a feature to enable the ability to also prefill the ALT field? We append it as necessary but would like to start with what’s in the updated TITLE field.

2. Could you support an option to NOT append the image NUMBER to the TITLE field? We, for example, post generally two images to our posts—a movie poster and a movie shot (you’d never guess, but we’re a movie review site). So the movie poster gets named “oursitename-movietitle-movie-poster.jpg” Having the number there is just one more item to remove. It’s fine that the FILENAME has the number.

P_Enrique
Hi, thanks for your message.
  1. I’ll have a look into this, but can’t promise anything. The WordPress media library popup is notoriously difficult to get around…
  2. What if you change the setting Title Format to Use the same title for all the attachments? (The settings are found under Settings -> Media.)
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