Post Thumbnail Editor – WordPress plugin Free download

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Post Thumbnail Editor

Description

To meet the needs of themes where the post-thumbnails have random and capricious sizes (which causes wordpress to crop images simply from the middle (either chopping off the top and bottom or chopping off the sides), this plugin attempts to give the users an interface to manually fix those thumbnail and random images.

Screenshots

Before/After
To edit from Media Library click “Thumbnail” in the rollover options for the row.
In the Edit subpage for media locate the box titled “Thumbnail Settings”, and click the link to “Post Thumbnail Editor”.
Crop the image as you see fit, select the thumbnails you wish to change, and click “Crop”.
Save the resized/recropped images by clicking the save icon.

Installation

Click to Download the zip file from https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/post-thumbnail-editor.zip
Unzip to your wp-content/plugins directory under the wordpress installation.
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Rock On

or

Install from within your wordpress admin area by searching for “post thumbnail editor”

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Click to Download the zip file from https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/post-thumbnail-editor.zip
Unzip to your wp-content/plugins directory under the wordpress installation.
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Rock On

or

Install from within your wordpress admin area by searching for “post thumbnail editor”

Usage

Start with the Media Library

Open Media Library
Click the “Thumbnail” link in the rollover options.

or start within image editor interface (when viewing image details)

Click “Edit Image”
Click the “Post Thumbnail Editor” link under the other thumbnail options.

Using Post Thumbnail Editor Interface

Select the thumbnails you want to edit. If a thumbnail defines a specific aspect ratio it will be applied to the editor. If you select thumbnails with different aspect ratios (width / height), this feature is disabled. Be careful or you might make some of your pictures look funny.
Select the cropped/scaled area, by clicking and dragging on the left-hand image.
Click the “Crop” button.
Use the save icon to save the pictures, or use the view tab to compare the old and new versions before you commit.

It’s possible that you might have to refresh the cache (ctrl+f5 on the page) to see changes, but they should be there.

Did you even test this?

Yes. No. Sort of. Thanks for asking. But [let me know if you’re having problems][gh] and I’ll see what I can do.

So it’s installed but it doesn’t appear to be working, how do I troubleshoot the problems?

Before posting a question or requesting support, disable all other plugins to verify that the problem isn’t caused by some esoteric conflict. If you find a conflict with another plugin, let me know and I will fix it.

If you want to post a problem on the support forums or at github please include the following information:

What browser (and version) are you using, or which browsers have you seen the behavior in?
What wordpress version are you using?
Does the javascript console report any exceptions/errors?

Google Chrome: ctrl+shift+j
Firefox: ctrl+shift+j
IE: F12 to open developer tools, click on the “Script” tab and view the “Console” sidebar.

Detail the steps to reproduce your problem

What did you do?
What did you expect to happen?
What actually happened?

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