As web designers and developers, we know how important it is to have the right image sizes and thumbnails when working on a project. WordPress has a default rule for image thumbnails and so do most themes. When you upload an image, WordPress will generate thumbnails and crop images to fit those default sizes. Your […]
Ever wished that you could store some or all of your WordPress site’s media files in remote cloud storage instead of on your server? There are a lot of benefits to this when it comes to price, convenience, and potentially performance. In this post, you’re going to learn how to connect your WordPress media library […]
There’s a lot to like about WordPress, but the WordPress Media Library isn’t always the high point. While your desktop lets you organize files with simple folders and drag-and-drop, the WordPress Media Library just throws everything together in a mish-mash of different files. Mediamatic is a freemium WordPress plugin that lets you change that by […]
This article proves you with a general overview of digital asset management (DAM) solutions before discussing their applicability for WordPress websites. You’ll also get several best practices, tips, and considerations for using a DAM solution on your WordPress website.
The WordPress media library is, well, a decent library, but that’s about it. Many times we want to do more than just upload, somewhat edit and select an image or other media file. Here is a selection of the best plugins to improve your media library management and display images better, among a few other […]
Is an unruly WordPress Media Library getting you down? The WordPress Media Library is great in the moment, but once you upload something, it’s easy for that file to disappear down the rabbit hole. The post Real Media Library Review – Add Folders to the Native WordPress Library appeared first on WPLift.