The fastest and easiest way to design images as you write posts in WordPress. Millions of stock photos, premium icons & templates at your fingerti …
|Author:||Stencil (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||5.1.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||06-02-2019|
|Total downloads:||4 363|
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Design and edit images using Stencil, right from within your WordPress blog
Add your Stencil-designed images to your posts in 2-clicks without ever leaving your blog
Add a photo or icon directly to your WordPress site by right-clicking on it and choosing "Add to Media Library"
Add a cropped portion of a photo directly to your WordPress site by choosing the "Add to Media Library" option
How does this work?
Once you’ve installed the plugin, you can access the full Stencil experience right inside of WordPress. Not sure what Stencil is? It’s the fastest way to create amazing visuals. Check us out: getstencil.com
Do I need a Stencil account to use this plugin?
You can try Stencil out after installing the plugin without creating account, but in order to save or use any of the images you create, you’ll need to create an account with Stencil. You can do this right from within WordPress inside of the Stencil plugin.
Is Stencil free?
We offer a free version of Stencil which allows you to access some of the photos, icons and templates we provide, but to get the most out of Stencil and access all of our premium features, you’ll need (or want) a Pro or Unlimited account. More information on that is available here: getstencil.com/pricing
Can I use Stencil to add images to my Media Library
Yes! In fact, that’s exactly why this plugin exists: to let you design amazing images for your post without ever leaving WordPress. The Stencil plugin lives right next to your Media Library where you can design images as your write posts!
I still have questions; where can I get support?
Head over to help.getstencil.com and we’ll be more than happy to help!
Fixed bug with 3rd party plugins causing issues with jQuery accessibility
Added support for Divi Builder Visual Builder
Added support for the Beaver Builder WordPress Plugin
Bug fix: cleaned up CSS and removed z-index property within the file
Fixed another Divi Builder compatibility bug (z-index related)
Fixed a Divi Builder compatibility bug
Added support for the Divi Builder WordPress Plugin
Added support for the Elementor WordPress Plugin
Removed method of detecting source of cross-frame messaging
Changed default landing flow
1.6.1 – 1.6.2
Race-condition bug fix when a browser extension was installed on the same browser
1.5.1 – 1.5.2
Changes to message posting between frames which should address some bugs related to the app freezing when loading and during logout
1.4.1 – 1.4.2
Documentation updates (including assets)
More Gutenberg fixes (sad face)
1.3.1 – 1.3.3
Changed how listeners are applied to page(s) to more fully address WordPress 5.0.x updates (specifically due to Guterberg editor changes)
Timezone bug fix
Timezone busting for caching
Fixes for WordPress Gutenberg updates
1.1.11 – 1.1.14
Version method in StencilWordPressUtils.js
1.1.7 – 1.1.9
Readme / documentation updates
Directory cleanup + documentation work
1.1.4 – 1.1.5
Better documentation and namespace work
Bug fix where Utils class was excluded, and issue with extensions
Changed default page that is loaded when Stencil is loaded
Revamp of loading-flow to allow for website Content Security Policies that fail to load remote utils class
Initial launch of the Stencil WordPress plugin