I have downloded the plugin but it seems to be not working for the latest wordpress. After i activate it i cannot see any option to access the plugin ?
I just tried it in the newest version of Wordpress and it was fine for me. Look in the “tools” menu when the plugin is activated and you should see it there.
my image sizes are different.
some images width have 500, some have 600 and some have 640.
will the plugin crop the images more than 500 width ?
or should i change this value in your code
thanks in advance
i mean the value style=’max-width:500px
The plugin doesn’t do any cropping, it just sets the max width and resizes the image to fit. I used 500px because it would work for almost any theme. If you want it bigger, you can increase that variable.
This may be a life saver for me. I have a large blog built on Thesis 1.85 which does not support wp “featured image” feature. I want to move it to Flexform theme, but finding and moving all those images would be overwhelming. Could you answer a few questions before I give it a try?
1) Do I need to do each post individually or will the plugin execute the commands for all the posts at once?
2) Has this plugin been tested in WP 3.9.1 and will it work on the older Thesis 1.85?
Tested with Thesis 1.8.5 on Wordpress 3.9. Should work perfect for your site. One click does all posts at once.
Thanks for the response. I’ll let you know how it goes. I am going to do a smaller site first to see what else is involved before I jump into the deep end.
Looks like I will also loose SEO details like Custom Title Tag and meta description in the move. Any ideas for streamlining that?
Found this plugin “SEO Data Transporter” – It goes nicely with yours for exiting Thesis.
follow up: On execute the “post images” were successfully converted to embedded images, but they did not become featured images when moved to a theme that supported featured images. At what point am I supposed to hit “remove post image”? Is that what migrates them to the “featured image” location after changing themes? I was not clear on this step.
Doesn’t work. only one out of 50 images was turned into a feature image and the the rest remained embedded in the post. Once embedded they were not editable and had to be deleted manually. I’d appreciate a refund on this because it is of no use to me. I waited 4 days for a response and now I’ve moved on.
Hi there, I have been out of the country on my honeymoon, so internet access has been spotty. By your description, the plugin worked exactly as intended. Each theme has different database settings for “featured image,” so it would be impossible to ensure 100% compatibility for that. Many themes automatically use the first image in each post as the featured image, for example all themes developed by StudioPress (Genesis).
The images should be fully editable once embedded at the top of the post. If you could explain what you ran into there, I can look into what may have caused it.
Just bought the plugin and it doesn’t work with a window’s box. Please refund,
It shouldn’t be dependent on what type of server you have. Can you send over the error message from the server so we can update to address that problem?
The plugin uses the SQL database for the Wordpress plugin to make the upgrades. As long as Wordpress is working, it should work fine.
Here is a link to the error. It’s for a huge site and our security team has hardened it.
I thought this could be a quick fix, but doesn’t look like it.
That doesn’t look like anything to do with the type of server your are on (Windows/Linux), it looks like you have a security measure in place blocking the script from running. If your server admin allows access for the plugin to run, even if just temporarily, it should still work fine. They should see the request in a server log file with details on why it was blocked with enough information to allow it to run.
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