MaxFoundry Announces New Gallery and Album Blocks for the Gutenberg Editor MaxFoundry released MaxGalleria 6.1.5 and MaxGalleria Albums 1.3.4 today, both of which support gallery and album blocks for the Gutenberg Editor! Adding a gallery is now easier than ever. Let’s dig in:  1. Select a Block 2. Select a Gallery 3. Save and Preview The same can be done with your MaxGalleria Album and shortcodes are still available for those who prefer Read More

Media Library Folders Pro version 5.1.9 eliminates two recent issues: With this new release, we’ve fixed an issue with WordPress where duplicate images are added when syncing because large images are scaled and renamed. We’ve also added a notice for detecting when Javascript has been disabled in the browser. To get started, update to Media Library Folders Pro version 5.1.9. Or, if you haven’t upgraded to Media Library Folders Pro yet, grab your license and enjoy Read More

With its initial release, the Media Library Folders Pro S3 + Spaces add-on for Media Library Folders Pro lets you upload files to your WordPress Media Library and automatically offload them to an Amazon S3 bucket. Now, with the latest release, you can also go in the other direction with brand new features that add support for S3 notifications and cloud synchronization. That is, you can upload files directly to Read More

Want even more control over Media Library Folders Pro? We’ve tried to bake in as many interface features as possible to let you customize Media Library Folders Pro to your needs, but we know that some of you want to tinker even more. To help, we’ve built out a brand new system of Media Library Folders Pro hooks to help you, or your developer, customize Media Library Folders Pro even Read More

By default, granting access to your WordPress Media Library is an all-or-nothing affair. You can give people access to every single folder or no Media Library access at all…but nothing in between. And as you may have already encountered, that’s just not accurate enough when you’re dealing with sensitive or otherwise private files. Media Library Folders Pro version 5.0.2 eliminates that all-or-nothing approach. With this release, you’ll be able to Read More

You know that high-quality images play a huge role in your WooCommerce store’s success. As a result, each product and variation that you sell gets its own set of detailed images. And while that’s great for helping boost your store’s conversion rate…it can mean that an inordinate amount of your time gets spent managing images at your store. See, not only do you have to deal with optimizing and implementing Read More

Media Library Folders Pro Actions & Filters: 3 Examples To Get You Started Media Library Folders Pro is designed to be intuitive for both non-developers and developers alike. Through the beginner-friendly interface, you can create folders, move files around, rename files, and plenty more. But we also recognize that you might want to go further and customize Media Library Folders Pro’s functionality to your own site’s unique needs. To make Read More

Beaver Builder gives you the power to build amazing WordPress sites with drag and drop. But in order for you to actually get to build those amazing sites, you need the proper workflow to set yourself up for success. When you’re talking about building a site, a big part of that workflow involves the images that you use in your designs…and the ability to quickly find those images. Beaver Builder Read More

Beaver Builder gives you the power to build amazing WordPress sites with drag and drop. But in order for you to actually get to build those amazing sites, you need the proper workflow to set yourself up for success. When you’re talking about building a site, a big part of that workflow involves the images that you use in your designs…and the ability to quickly find those images. Beaver Builder Read More

Like Amazon S3, DigitalOcean Spaces is simple, affordable object storage. By connecting your WordPress site to DigitalOcean Spaces, you’re able to store all of your media files at a DigitalOcean Space. You can then continue to store and serve files from your own server. Or, you can remove files from your own server and serve them directly from Spaces (or a CDN that you connect to Spaces). Beyond bulk offloading Read More