View and Use Every Size of Your Images
When you upload an image to your WordPress site, WordPress auto-generates lots of sizes of it. However, there aren’t many good ways to see and use those sizes:
- The Media Attachment page in « Media » doesn’t list anything about the different image sizes, or the permalinks to use them.
- « Add Media » in the post editor doesn’t always show you all the sizes that exist (such as sizes intended for featured images).
- There’s no easy way to simply copy a custom-sized image’s permalink.
Until now! Display All Image Sizes displays information about every size of every image: name, dimensions, and permalink.
How to Use
Just install and activate the plugin, and you’ll see a list of all sizes of each image in both the « Add Media » pop-up modal, and in each image’s individual page in « Media. » (See Screenshots.)
Image credit for banner: woodleywonderworks
- Got a Question?
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Expecially useful (essential?) during development of a project which involves trying out various themes, each of which typically creates its own image sizes. It's a perfect companion to Regenerate Thumbnails. Thank you for this plugin. PS: Oh yeah, I love how skinny it is.
Does what it should, clean and unobstrusive. Thanks!! And bonus points for the header image 🙂
Changed syntax that broke sites running PHP < 5.4
Added all sizes directly to « Attachment Display Settings » dialog
Fixed serious bug (incomplete array checking) causing plugin to freeze media library in some cases; added no-JS message
- …and then updated readme file with new version
- Changed image list to a dropdown
- Fixed screenshot MIME types and one readme tweak
- Banner filename typo :\
- Added banner image to Assets
- Screenshots to Assets
- readme.txt improvements
- Initial commit