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The Phoenix Media Rename plugin allows you to easily rename (and retitle) your media files, once uploaded.
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The Phoenix Media Rename plugin allows you to easily rename (and retitle) your media files, once uploaded.
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Phoenix Media Rename
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Phoenix Media Rename
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A complete guide to use and configure Phoenix Media Rename is available at <a href="https://www.eurosoftlab.com/en/phoenix-media-rename/">Phoenix Media Rename official page</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details
A complete guide to use and configure Phoenix Media Rename is available at <a href="https://www.eurosoftlab.com/en/phoenix-media-rename/">Phoenix Media Rename official page</a>
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Go to the Media section of the admin panel, select the "Rename" or "Rename &amp; Retitle" bulk action (depending on if you want the media get retitled too) from the dropdown, check the medias you would like to rename and change their filenames using the "Filename" fields at the last column. When you are done, hit the "Apply" button and let the plugin do its magic! Please note: the bulk action are only available in List View, switch from Grid View to List View if needed. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Go to the Media section of the admin panel, select the "Rename" or "Rename &amp; Retitle" bulk action (depending on if you want the media get retitled too) from the dropdown, check the medias you would like to rename and change their filenames using the "Filename" fields at the last column. When you are done, hit the "Apply" button and let the plugin do its magic! Please note: the bulk action are only available in List View, switch from Grid View to List View if needed.
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Make sure that the WPML Multilingual CMS and WPML Media Translation plugins are activated (you can find more information on WPML in the <a href="https://wpml.org/">WPML official site</a>). You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Make sure that the WPML Multilingual CMS and WPML Media Translation plugins are activated (you can find more information on WPML in the <a href="https://wpml.org/">WPML official site</a>).
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Please look at the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/phoenix-media-rename/screenshots/">screenshoot section</a> to see how the process works. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Please look at the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/phoenix-media-rename/screenshots/">screenshoot section</a> to see how the process works.
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Go to your media library, select the rename operation, check all the files you want to rename, edit the filenames and confirm the bulk operation, Phoenix Media Rename and WPML will do all the rest! You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Go to your media library, select the rename operation, check all the files you want to rename, edit the filenames and confirm the bulk operation, Phoenix Media Rename and WPML will do all the rest!
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Rename images using Phoenix Media Rename. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Rename images using Phoenix Media Rename.
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Go to WPML -&gt; Media Translation and edit the localized version of your media files, you can change both the image title and the file attached to localized version. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Go to WPML -&gt; Media Translation and edit the localized version of your media files, you can change both the image title and the file attached to localized version.
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Add one or more images to your media library, WPML Media Translation will add the localized version to your media library. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Add one or more images to your media library, WPML Media Translation will add the localized version to your media library.
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How to rename files translated with WPML? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
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Sure, you can use the "do_rename" static function, located at the Phoenix_Media_Rename class. Prototype: do_rename($attachment_id, $new_filename, $retitle = 0, $title_from_post = 0, $name_from_post = 0, $check_post_parent = true ). On success the function returns 1, and on error - the error message. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Sure, you can use the "do_rename" static function, located at the Phoenix_Media_Rename class. Prototype: do_rename($attachment_id, $new_filename, $retitle = 0, $title_from_post = 0, $name_from_post = 0, $check_post_parent = true ). On success the function returns 1, and on error - the error message.
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Go to the Media section of the admin panel, select the "Rename from Post" or "Rename &amp; Retitle from Post" bulk action (depending on if you want the media get retitled too) from the dropdown, check the medias you would like to rename and hit the "Apply" button You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Go to the Media section of the admin panel, select the "Rename from Post" or "Rename &amp; Retitle from Post" bulk action (depending on if you want the media get retitled too) from the dropdown, check the medias you would like to rename and hit the "Apply" button
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How to rename medias getting the filename from the title of the post they are attached to? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
How to rename medias getting the filename from the title of the post they are attached to?
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