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I can't find a specific hook. If I already have added an image to an article via editor and then I edit it, I'd like to intercept the code just before it is sent again to the editor.

I already use 'image_send_to_editor' but it works on the first image insertion, not if the image gets edited.

Can you help me please?

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Did you find such filter? Looking for it too. – Sergey Apr 2 at 13:47
    
mmm to be true, I didn't remember :P 4 years are too much for me :) But I think the answers below can be interesting too. – Stratboy Apr 3 at 16:04

edit_attachment Runs when an attached file is edited/updated to the database. Action function arguments: attachment ID

This is found deocumented in the Codex under the Action Reference. Please take a closer look at the Codex before posting questions related directly to syntax. :)

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Well, it doesn't work at all. – Stratboy Aug 31 '12 at 16:50
    
Great description. – Eric Holmes Aug 31 '12 at 17:07

You'll also be surprised to find that the straightforward answer of using the_content will work, too.

For instance, I wrote an answer to a question on this site that asked how to add a class to the anchor tag on linked images. In some cases, such as when the image is edited after being added, solutions that use image_send_to_editor won't work. You might want to check it out: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/a/189881/67366

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