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Hello,

This weekend one of my websites was hacked and all photos was removed (the folder uploads). That means the images in my site doesn't work. :( I had a backup of that folder and I have recovered it. but the images are missing in the media from Wordpress, I can not manage them and also no all images are displayed but are in the folder.

Are there any way to show the imagen in media? or I should upload one by one all images?

Thank you so much!

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I know it's one year old but just in case someone else is also searching: You could upload the main files (not all 3 sizes, just the original images) via FTP to another directory on your server and then use the Add-From-Server Plugin.

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    This is the only solution I've found that is reliable. – Matt Cromwell Jan 21 '17 at 22:45
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Currently the plugin Add From Server hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress, so we get a warning

It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

As an alternative, you can use Media Sync. Make sure you untick the selectbox Dry Run (test without making database changes) when you're ready to import (in the following image is selected, so that won't do database changes and, therefore, you won't see the images)

Dry Run from Media Sync

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While uploading an image via media uploader, WP automatically makes at least 3 additional sizes for different purposes. So You have to manually upload all images one by one.

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  • I had a backup of that folder, so all images had that 3 additional sizes.. I resolved the problem uploading ALL images via media on WP and adding all images in all pages and post... so many hours of work..:( Thanks – andresgl Feb 11 '15 at 12:38
  • Please mark the answer as accepted if it is right. – SO-user Feb 11 '15 at 12:43
  • I can not mark it as accepted because didn't help me to solve my problem.. I uploaded the backup of the folder "Uploads" that I had and the images wasn't in media to manage them. – andresgl Feb 12 '15 at 12:52
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Have you checked your uploads folder permission. if its not 777 then do it 777 may be it would help you..

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  • That's not the correct permission for the upload folder. If there is a registered PUT handler on the server, everybody can place any file in that directory. A very bad idea! – fuxia Feb 25 '16 at 9:31

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