• Add images to your posts and pages
  • Jetpack and the Wordpress Gallery Integration
  • Organize Nextgen Galleries
  • Supports Categories
  • Supports Advanced Custom Fields
  • File Name View Mode
  • Multi Site Supported
  • Add Images to WooCommerce product gallery
  • Compatible with Enhanced Media Library
  • Works with WP Offload S3 server files
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Includes 1 Year of Support and Upgrades


MaxGalleria comes loaded with hooks so you can easily customize and extend it to fit your exact needs

Add Images to Your Posts and Pages

Media Library Folders Pro to add images to a posts and pages is done solely by clicking the Add Media button.

Our folder UI now appears in the WordPress Media Uploader. That means when you are editing a post or page and you click the ‘Add Media’ button it will display Media Library Folders Pro. Through the Media Uploader you can select a single image to be inserted. You can also upload new files, move or copy files, add or remove folders and sync the contents to the current folder.


There are three main improvements:

  • The folder interface for MLFP now appears in the WordPress Media Uploader.
  • We have rewritten MLFP so that there are no more complete page refreshes when you open a folder or add/delete images. A big improvement in usability.
  • When you move files in your media library MLFP updates any links that include that file name in your posts and pages. A big time saver when you have moved a large number of images.

Add File


Creating a New Media Folder


Organizing Existing Files Into Folders via WordPress Dashboard

When you add new media through the Media Library Folders Pro interface, you can upload files directly to your chosen folder.

To organizing the existing files all you need to do is drag and drop files exactly like you would on your operating system. For example, to move media from WordPress’ default folder structure to your new folder, all you need to do is drag and drop:


You can choose to either completely move the file or copy the file.

This distinction is important because the actual URL of your media will change if you move it. The plugin will automatically update the URL in posts and pages – but it might cause issues if you use the file in third-party galleries or other plugins.

If you copy the file, on the other hand, the plugin will leave the existing version intact, so there’s no risk of breaking any hard-coded links (but you will have two duplicate files on your server as a result).

Organizing Existing Media Into Folders via FTP

If you’re dealing with an especially large media library, you might not want to do everything manually through the WordPress interface.

This is where Media Library Folders Pro’s server sync feature comes in handy.

Any folder that you create via the plugin will also show up when you browse your server via FTP. And vice versa, you can also create folders via FTP that show up in Media Library Folders Pro:


Likewise, you can use your FTP program to quickly bulk upload files to your folders or move files between folders.

To do that, use your FTP program like normal. Then, you can either check for new folders that you added via FTP by clicking on Check for New Folders. Or, you can sync the contents of a specific folder with your server by clicking the Sync button:

Organize WordPress Media Library With Categories

Fully syncs with the Enhanced Media Library plugin

Today we are pleased to announce Media Library Folders Pro which includes our new categories capability for Media Library images. Up to now it required using a separate media library categories plugin to include categories with Media Library images. MLFP now lets you categorize your images. Additionally our categories feature is compatible with the Enhanced Media Library plugin which adds a taxonomy for images called ‘media_categories’.

Aside from the ability to view your images based on categories we have also included the ability to move part or an entire category into a folder. This makes migrating to a real folders based solution quick and easy. Our integrations with NextGen Galleries, The WordPress Gallery, Jetpack Galleries along with our featured page/post image capability can also be used with our categories function.

The Enhanced Media Library plugin and MLFP both add Media Categories to the Media Library post type. So when you add new categories in EML or in MLFP the new categories are shared with both plugins. So your category taxonomy is always saved and shared.


From this area you can:

  • Add a new category
  • Set the category of items in the media library
  • View the categories of a single item
  • Display items by categories
  • Change the sort order of items in categories

To view all the images in one or more categories, check the checkboxes of the categories you want to view and press the View Categories button. If there are more than 40 items to display you will be prompted to view either the images of the titles of the images or files.With the items displayed by categories, you can  select items from the list to perform move, copy, regenerate thumbnails or add to a MaxGalleria gallery operations.

With the items displayed by categories, you can  select items from the list to perform move, copy, regenerate thumbnails or add to a MaxGalleria gallery operations.


With the items displayed by categories, you can  select items from the list to perform move, copy, regenerate thumbnails or add to a MaxGalleria gallery operations.

You can also use this same method to quickly convert categories to folders by selecting all of the files in a category and dragging them to a new folder.

Jetpack, NextGEN and The WordPress Gallery Integration


To insert an image into a post or page, first check the box of the image or file to insert. Then click the Insert Media button, fill in the details of the file to be inserted and press the Insert button.

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To create a JetPack WordPress gallery, click the JetPack WP Gallery button to reveal the JetPack Gallery Area. Select the images you want to include in the gallery:

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Media Library Plus Pro lets you create a NextGEN gallery from the Media Library Pro Plus directory. We recommend using this capability when creating new NextGEN galleries.


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