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It's like the "Quick Draft" dashboard widget, but for images!
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It's like the "Quick Draft" dashboard widget, but for images!
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WP Quick Image
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WP Quick Image
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No, but this is an option I plan to add in future. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
No, but this is an option I plan to add in future.
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Yes, as of version 0.2 you can set this in the options. Go to Settings -> WP Quick Image to set this up. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Yes, as of version 0.2 you can set this in the options. Go to Settings -> WP Quick Image to set this up.
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Mostly because the theme I use displays the featured image really nicely and so this isn't needed. However, there is now an option (in Settings -> WP Quick Image) that lets you add the image to the content. This adds a full size copy of the image to the START of your content. I may provide more control over this in future. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Mostly because the theme I use displays the featured image really nicely and so this isn't needed. However, there is now an option (in Settings -> WP Quick Image) that lets you add the image to the content. This adds a full size copy of the image to the START of your content. I may provide more control over this in future.
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Because the future of post formats seems a little uncertain and not all themes support them. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Because the future of post formats seems a little uncertain and not all themes support them.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjArLqgj738
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This video demonstrates how posting to Facebook works and looks: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
This video demonstrates how posting to Facebook works and looks:
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It's also great for posting images to Facebook. If you use a pluign like Yoast's WordPress SEO then you can automatically have OpenGraph data generated for posts and you can post images on your blog to Facebook, without ever uploading them to Facebook! You have to log in to add a translation. Details
It's also great for posting images to Facebook. If you use a pluign like Yoast's WordPress SEO then you can automatically have OpenGraph data generated for posts and you can post images on your blog to Facebook, without ever uploading them to Facebook!
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I developed this because I wanted to post image-only posts to my blog, and set that image as the featured image, which makes use of theme features that display featured images. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
I developed this because I wanted to post image-only posts to my blog, and set that image as the featured image, which makes use of theme features that display featured images.
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Can I post as a draft? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Can I post as a draft?
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Can I post to a specific category/tag? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Can I post to a specific category/tag?
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Why don't you include the image in the post content? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Why don't you include the image in the post content?
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Why don't you use post formats?
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Why would I use this?
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