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The better title for this would be: How to use the WordPress media uploader to upload images into settings page. 1- Add the necessary scripts to show the media uploader: add_action('admin_footer', function() { /* if possible try not to queue this all over the admin by adding your settings GET page val into next if( empty( $_GET['page'] ) || ...


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I think the best solution for this is the plugin Real Media Library: http://codecanyon.net/item/wp-real-media-library-media-categories-folders/13155134 It can organize the media library with folders. The words of the product description says all: Turn your WordPress media library to the next level with folders / categories. Get organized with thousands ...


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Its the way the photos are encoded and they sometimes respond differently on different devices/platforms. If the images aren't referenced in your posts, you can open them all in a program such as Adobe Bridge/Lightbox and bulk re-save them all. This should fix the issue, but is a bit more manual.


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Yes, this is a known problem between ios devices and Wordpress. It's a real issue due to the high numbers of iPhone/ipad users who also use Wordpress, and I'm surprised it hasn't been addressed in the Wordpress core. Looks like it's still being debated/ worked on here. It's a question that's been asked before here. As that answer notes, there are plugins ...


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After checking other browsers, I found out that it was a Chrome problem. It looks like it has something to do with Google Chrome notifications. I fixed the problem with adding this CSS to my WordPress admin css file: /* Chrome media library upload button fix */ @media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0) { .modal-open .rdr-notifier { ...


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I had 2 things wrong: I unregistered wordpress's jquery without properly registering my own (I concatenated my scripts ) I didnt have wp_footer() in my theme. the wp_enqueue_media() function loads the scripts to the footer.



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