In windows music files have metadata like artist name, album name associated with them. How is this metadata stored. Is it stored in file system like other file attributes or is it part of MP3 data that Windows Explorer extracts using a MP3 reader plugin?
I’ve set up an options page for my CPT that contains the drag’n’drop upload area (just like Media → Add New). Basicly, I’ve copied all the relevant stuff from wp-admin/media-new.php and it works like charming.
First of all, I know there are many questions related to this question. But what the problem is that they are all related somehow to jquery.
Several times over time I changed sizes of thumbnails WP generate when images are uploaded, always setting bigger size.
I’m uploading a different mp3 file to each post as an attachment and using wp_get_attachment_metadata() to print the duration of the mp3 file. Sometimes the…
I have had success at creating an RSS feed with enclosures containing episodes of my podcast by simply creating a post and inserting an mp3 file from my media library into it via the robust
Add Media functionality of the post editor. However, I have found that the RSS feed created from these posts includes an enclosure for each mp3 file with its length attribute set to zero:
I’m consistently using 3000×750 images for the standout images for my entries. I’ve recently added a new post with such image (I’m 100% sure about its size) and I’ve realized, that for some reason it started looking differently than others (see images below, headers for clarity):
We are having a problem where uploading images through the media upload tool sometimes times out. Using NewRelic, I’ve tracked it down to
wp_unique_filename, which makes sense I guess because we have over 200,000 images.
I am trying to create a post using the rest API. Which I am able to do with a fetch request as below.
OurPostData contains the title, content and URL of a featured image which is an external url
I’m using the latest WordPress (5.6) and from what I’ve found out there’s no visible setting for uploading media directly to a DB. Is there such an option somewhere hidden or does WordPress not support DB as a media storage instead of