- wp-broken-images-0.2.zip (2.5 KB)
- Download the installation archive and uncompress
- Upload the unarchived folder to your plugins directory (this is
- Activate the plugin in your WordPress administration panel (this is the Plugins page)
- Configure the plugin from the Options page in the WordPress administration panel
- That’s it ;)
These are the (currently) available options for you to deal with the broken images once you have the wp-broken-images plugin installed.
- Do nothing
- Hide the broken images
- Replace broken images with another one from a specified URL
- Style the broken images by applying a CSS class to them
Note: The “Put CSS class” option replaces the broken images with a transparent one pixel (1x1) GIF image, in order to hide the nasty red cross with which all broken images are marked in Internet Explorer.
OK, here’s the wish list with the future features:
- add JS code mode: executing some JS code if an image fails to load
- add CSS style mode: apply some snippet of CSS rules to an image if it fails to load
- compose a log of the failed images (which image on which post) + run stats on those logs
- do a gallery of nice images which to use for the swap mode
- do a gallery of neat CSS classes which to use for the css mode
- (September 18, 2007) The new version 0.2 is out!
This release features minor bug fixes.
- (September 18, 2007) Bogomil’s idea – let’s give him a friendly push!
One of the coolest guys in Bulgarian Open-Source Community, Programming Community, Nerd Community, Geek Community, IT Community, etc. – Bogomil Shopov – decided to win a SEO contest and give the prize for charity. Let’s give him a hand by placing this little link here: Яицазимитпо лъгуг
- (September 15, 2007) The page for the plugin si done!
The wonderful page you are reading right now to help you
deal with this plugin is out.
- (September 8, 2007) The first release – version 0.1 is out!
The first release of this plugin is out, hosted on Google Code.
Submit all your comments and bitter remarks in the comments form below. Good luck with the Broken Images WordPress Plugin! If you think you can handle Google Code, go and submit the bugs you’ve found (if any), and the ideas you have about improving this WordPress plugin at the Issue Tracker:
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