We already bought the plugin but how can we get the latest update for Media Library Categories Premium 2.1.2 ?
Hi, if you bought the plugin you can download the latest update at your Envato account. Also make sure you login to Envate with the same user as which bought te plugin.
When I go to upload images using your plugin, it doesnt allow me to choose from the categories, which for me defeats a large part of the objective. Are you planning to develop this feature?
Hi Andrew, I’m working on that feature. It will be included in a future release.
Excellent, is that coming soon ?
I hope to have it ready within a week.
Great plugin. Works perfectly in Media Library view. However, I have a schedule plugin that launches a media modal to ‘Select An Image’. Would be amazing if I could utilize your media category filters within that modal window’s toolbar. Is there an easy way to include them? Thanks
I would like to check out what te possibilities are. What is the name of the schedule plugin you are using?
Hi Jeffrey, thanks for the reply. It’s called ‘Responsive Timetable for Wordpress’ on here & launches an instance of the wp.media modal when allocating an image for an event. Would be really useful to filter the library using your categories as could save me an age looking for them!
Hi Jeffrey, I would love to minimise the amount of media on my site to help prevent it from slowing down too much. Loads of my images are labelled as unattached and when I click on the permalinks they tend to take me to a page that isnt linked to anything. However, after deleting images labelled as attached i find that it has deleted critical images and even restoring files isnt enough i have to restore from database meaning i lose work. Is there something i am doing wrong ? please advise; thanks, Andrew
This is not related to my plugin, but I will try to answer your question. When an image is not attached it doesn’t neccesary mean that it isn’t used anywhere in WordPress (it could be used in theme options for example). An image gets the label attached when it is uploaded from within a post or page (if it’s uploaded from within the media library it doen’t get the label attached). So always be carefull when deleting unattached images.
The best way to delete media is to delete it through the media library, this way it will also be deleted in the database (wp_post and wp_postmeta table) and it will be removed fysically from the server.
Thanks. When im in the media library it doesnt highlight if the label is unattached so that doesnt really resolve what I would like to achieve but I think I understand your point and it does raise another concern. I was trying to tidy everything up the other day and noticed you could attach files and as I say loads were unattached so I thiought well if I cant delete them I may as well attach them to something or maybe they will be seen as broken links by Googles robots (probably using unfounded logic) I have a lot of images so went through them as quickly as possible so its very possible i would have attached some of them to the wrong pages as some of the images are used on multiple pages. Could that cause me any issues?
Thanks for the advice by the way. Now that you have explained I understand you are going over and above in order to help me
Google robots (and Yoast SEO plugin) don’t see any difference between attached or unattached images. And it won’t cause any issues if an image is someway attached to a wrong page of post.
Hey Jeffrey, I am using yoast for SEO and its noticing that I need to add alt attributes to images. Im not a coder so wondered if its possible to do that through your plugin
It’s a function in WordPress (you don’t need an extra plugin for it). If you click on an image in the WordPress media library you see a list of fields you can fill in. One of them is called “Alternative Text” (I don’t know the Spanish version). In short alternative text is called alt text or alt attribute. After you add the image to your post the alt attribute will be added to the image.
Also see https://yoast.com/image-seo-alt-tag-and-title-tag-optimization/
when i added new media categories it merged all together with my custom post type categories. how do I undo this?
You can solve this with the first question in the faq (displayed above the support section) https://codecanyon.net/item/media-library-categories-premium/6691290/faqs/28739
Were finding Image Categories plugin extremely useful (and cannot understand how people use WordPress without it).
I was wondering if there was a way to call the plugin somehow from media library screens that are generated by other plugins. For example, we also use the latest RoyalSlider plugin for WordPress. When adding an image to a slide, the media library grid view opens in a popup but there is only other option to filter via an ‘All dates’ dropdown.
Is there any way we can get the Categories dropdown to appear? Any action or hook etc etc? I appreciate we are dealing with a third-party plugin but wondered if displaying the media library was still a standard method that can be dealt with.
Thanks very much
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