is there a way to bind some extra script to the WPSetAsThumbnail function? the function automatically inserts the image into the post’s metabox, but what if i wanted to do something else with it? could i make it alert(‘bacon’) after the thumbnail is set via ajax?
I am using the Multipostthumbnails plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/multiple-post-thumbnails/
How do I call the current post’s featured image in the sidebar? and if there is none, then a backup image?
I am developing a child theme based on the twentyten theme and now i notice the featured image in the WP backend (wp-admin) shows the wrong scaled image.
I have two different blogs on the same domain and my goal is to get the 3 latest posts from blog1 to show on the home page of blog2. Everything goes well following these instructions: http://www.worldoweb.co.uk/2012/display-wordpress-posts-on-another-wp-blog
I want to watermark featured image of specific category when featured image is set on post edit page. I made a small script which watermarks but how can I know that featured image has been set so that script function runs automatically before publishing the post?
I have a custom post type. Inside loop of single post template I’m trying to show a featured image with custom
Is there a filter for when a Featured Image is set/unset or changed.
I’m currently writing a plugin modifying the post content with the wp_insert_post_data filter. While doing that I would also like to add a post thumbnail using an external image url. It doesn’t really matter if the image is hotlinked or copied to my wordpress installation. Anyone knows how to go about that?
This is a follow up to this question, in witch the jpg compression is altered depending on what WP’s built-in image resulting image size returns. While it may work for most of the people, i’m looking for a more discrete and automatic approach. And that is altering the
wp_create_thumbnail i think.