Pro Mime Types allows you to set allowed upload mime types through a nifty network admin menu and considers WPMUdev's Pro Sites!
|Author:||Sybre Waaijer (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.1.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.3.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||29-05-2015|
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.
|Total downloads:||3 092|
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Pro Mime Types
This plugin works on both WordPress MultiSite and Single Sites
This plugin allows you to:
- Set allowed Mime types
- If allowed, also set minimum Pro Sites level (WPMUdev plugin)
Within the network admin menu under Settings you can allow or disallow various mime types. You can also see the list of all active Mime Types on the network.
About Pro Mime Types
This plugin allows you to set available mime types for upload in the Media Library
When a Mime Type is allowed: Any user can upload the file
When a Mime Type is disallowed: The user gets an error that the file isn't allowed because of security reasons.
For the extra Pro Sites functionality you'll need the Pro Sites plugin from WPMUdev, get it here: Pro Sites by WPMUdev
- Fixed: Fatal Error on attachment call by ID on front end.
- Confirmed: WP 4.3.1 support
- Fixed: Wrong call in ext2type filter
- Added: Default mime options (enabled for safe, disabled for the rest) (effective only before the first save has been made)
- Added: Default Mime Types are directly active on first activation
- Added: single-site compatibility
- Added: Extra option saving sanitation
- Removed: Pro Sites information on non-multisite installations
- Fixed: Unlikely XSS vulnerability in admin area
- Cleaned: HTML
- Cleaned: PHP code
- Compatibility: PHP7 & WP 4.3.0 tested
- Fixed PHP warning
- Made the shortcodes conforming to the WordPress coding standards
- Now uses Object Cache to determine Pro Site level, updates every 4 hours
- Fixed PHP notice
- Loaded global variable $promimes within ‘init’ instead of ‘wp’
- Initial Release