Ezy Front Image Uploader

An easy front image uploader toolkit that helps you upload & attach images to post pages. Beautifully.

Author:Neil Gurung (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.0
WordPress version tested:4.2.2
Plugin version:
Added to WordPress repository:02-06-2015
Last updated:19-06-2015
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.
Rating, %:100
Rated by:4
Plugin URI:http://www.wordpress.org/ezy-front-image-uplo...
Total downloads:1 362
Active installs:10+
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What is Frontend Uploader?

This plugin is a simplest way for upload & attached images to posts or pages of your site. The plugin uses a set of shortcodes to let you create highly customizable slider image & image upload options to your posts and pages.It’s that easy!

5 Steps to using Frontend Uploader

Install the plugin. Insert the Ezy Frontend Image Uploader shortcode into a post. The basic form can be inserted using [ezy_upload uploadtype="s" multiple_image_upload = "0"], please visit the FAQs for more complex forms. Users can attach images to post or pages by clicking attach button. Users can also hide form by click hide button. To display slider to all attached image into post or pages by [ezy_slider] shortcode. Your user generated media is live. Exploring Customizations

You can modify the submission form as needed, and have users submit posts. Please visit the FAQ page for more information. This plugin can be applied to Posts, Pages, and Custom Post Types. You can enable this via Settings > Frontend Uploader Settings. In addition to the WordPress whitelisted file types, this also supports uploading of Microsoft Office and Adobe files, as well as various video and audio files. You can enable these file types via Settings > Frontend Uploader Settings. The plugin allows you to upload all filetypes that are whitelisted in WordPress. If you’d like to add more file types and are comfortable with theme development, there's a filter that'll allow you to add some exotic MIME-type. You can also get recent attached id to posts or pages by using $ezyUpload->recentAttachIds as an array which you can used in any form.