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How could I add button next to "edit image" button in "Attachment Details"

This is the location I would like to add button, Do you have any recommend?

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  • Hmm, this doesn't look like an easy task to achieve with just a hook, although I could be wrong. I can point you towards the files you can investigate if it helps? If you go to wp-includes/media-template.php, there is code that generates the "edit image" button there. In wp-includes/media.php, it calls the media-template.php file to be used. Hope it helps as a starting point at least! Also just a gentle reminder not to edit these files, but to use them to formulate your own solution. Good luck! – RachieVee Aug 28 '15 at 16:40
  • you mean I have to do some kind of monkey patching?. Do you have any specific recommend. Thank you very much – KKND_BLACK Sep 1 '15 at 10:29
  • I'm not sure what you mean by monkey patching haha but I'm honestly not sure of the exact solution. I just know it doesn't appear it's as simple as using a hook to add a button, but I could be missing something - hence why I pointed you to those files. I also know the media library runs on Backbone so doing some research in that area may help as well. Good luck! – RachieVee Sep 2 '15 at 22:00
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    Perhaps if you describe what you intend the button to do, we could maybe help with alternative ways to do it? Or you could look at wordpress.org/plugins/yoimages. It adds a 'edit crop formats' button - possibly with javascript – anmari Jun 29 '18 at 1:12
  • Thanks, I want to add a button there and execute some code onClick without hacking at the core. – LumberHack Jul 4 '18 at 10:35
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I would recommend that you begin by having a look at a question asked more recently here.

The best option would be to create a custom plugin so that the WP core doesn't get affected. Editing core files is never a good idea, plus you would lose any changes when updating WP.

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