Relocate Upload lets you specify folders, and adds a menu to the Media Library (and Edit Media admin page) that lets you switch media items between these folders and WPs default upload location.
When creating new folders,
- Upload the whole ‘relocate-upload’ folder to the plugins directory.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Specify your folders in the settings page.
- Why? What’s the point of these other folders?
Most servers are set up so that assets can only be used when referred from your own site – to stop bandwidth leeching. However folders can be set aside that don’t obey this rule – e.g. for placing images on other sites, downloading mp3s from RSS feeds and so on.
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0.24.1 – Tested compatibility up to WordPress Version 4.7
Added code changes thanks to Ciprian Tepes which included fixing a path issue and making it work with multisite.
0.24 – Tested compatibility up to WordPress Version 4.2.4
Fixed several path issues.
Added generic “FAIL” message instead of not reporting anything.
Create folder using WordPress “wp_mkdir_p” function and should set permissions too.
0.23 – Added drag-n-drop to reorder folders.
Changed root folder variable to WP constant ABSPATH.
* This MAY affect your folder locations – BE SURE TO CHECK THEM!
Formatted source code to be inline with WordPress standards
0.22 – Plugin officially taken over by Tim Berneman (tberneman).
Fixed problem where “remove location” button was not showing up.
* Created “images” folder and put “xit.gif” in it.
* Does NOT delete the folder or any files in it.
Folder is created if it doesn’t exist when adding new location.
0.21 – Fixed problem where folder dropdown was not showing in Media edit screen on newer versions of WordPress.
0.20 – Adopted proper ‘wp_ajax_’ action, to close off a major security issue.
0.14 – Many small fixes (check for existing files, database prefix bug fix, jquery enqueue, 2.8 media library update, path ‘fixing’).
0.11 – First tiny bug fix (no thumbnails caused an error).
0.10 – Just starting out, something to get it working.