Add Featured images

Add images to your post and server from external link

Author:onigetoc (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:2.8
WordPress version tested:3.2.1
Plugin version:0.6
Added to WordPress repository:29-11-2011
Last updated:30-11-2011
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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The Add image to Post plugin is a WordPress plugin that allows you to insert a image to your post from external link. The plugin scan the external website to find the most revelant image and add it as a featured image associated to a post. The plugin only trigger when your articles page (single) is loaded once, after that, the image become the post featured image and create a custom field with the name “gc_thumb” and give you the full url of the new image location on your server. More infos at http://www.appsmobiledev.com/wordpress-add-image-to-post-plugin

Work well for Autoblog WordPress blog like Autobloggeg or WPRobot.

  • Add image as you write your post
  • insert a image to your post from external link (Great for autoblog website)
  • Scan your post content to find external link, take the most revelant image from the external website and add it to your upload folder and show it in your post or/and loop
  • Work well for Autoblog WordPress blog like Autobloggeg or WPRobot.
  • Use any custom field already set in your WordPress blog to find image from external website.

Instruction

How to add image in loop?

Your theme may already be set to show featured image in loop, like the home page, search and tags and may work right after instalation and setting.

How to add featured image in loop. (index page, search page, tags search page ect.)

if(has_post_thumbnail()) {
the_post_thumbnail();
}

Give size (usually, you can set thumnbail size in your WordPress Settings => Media => Thumbnail size)

‘alignleft’));
} ?>

Using Get_post_meta

The Add image to Post plugin automatically create a new Post Meta named: gc_thumb

if(get_post_meta($post_id, “gc_thumb”, true))
{
$gc_img_link = get_post_meta($post_id , “gc_thumb”, true);
echo ”;
}


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