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USP Pro enables users and visitors to submit any number supported file types. Submitted files are uploaded into the WordPress /uploads/ directory and inserted into the WP Media Library. Submitted files are also attached as custom fields to the submitted Post. This dual-assignment functionality provides great flexibility in terms of how, when and where submitted files are used/displayed throughout your site.

Post questions about File Uploads using the form below.

Forum : File Uploads

  1. New UserFebruary 19, 2014

    I’ve decided to turn off auto display uploaded images, is there a way to
    display images via image URLs from USP Pro custom fields through modding the template itself?

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrFebruary 19, 2014

      If you are referring to the theme template, then yes, either of these tags will work:

      <?php $images = usp_get_images('full', '', '', false, false); foreach ($images as $image) echo $image; ?>

      <?php echo usp_get_image(false, 'full', false, false, false, '', '', '', '', false, false, false, false, false); ?>

      Check out the Tools > Template Tags (and shortcodes) for much more that is possible.

  2. New UserFebruary 19, 2014

    I’d like to know if I could, with USP Pro, have the user submitted form be displayed with a background image? More precisely could a user uploaded image be displayed and positioned inside the frame of a background image?

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrFebruary 19, 2014

      Yes absolutely, the submitted images are available as custom fields and as image attachments in the Media Library, which means that we can use them virtually anywhere. For example, one of the many template tags included with USP Pro would enable you to get the URL like so:

      <?php $images = usp_get_images('full', '', '', 1, false);
      foreach ($images as $image) echo $image; ?>

      This would return the raw URL of the first attached image (full size), which may then be used in JavaScript, PHP, or however is required.

  3. Lone JensenMarch 25, 2014

    Hi – Great plugin – Quick question – In the “image preview” form – would it be possible to add small delete/remove-buttons for each image, so the user can chose not to upload an image before hitting submit?

    /Lone

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrMarch 25, 2014

      Good idea! I’ve added it to the list for the next update. In the meantime, it may be possible to use jQuery to enable such functionality. Otherwise, will try to add to next version. Thanks for the feedback :)

  4. Lone JensenMarch 26, 2014

    Hi again :)

    Is it possible to change the ‘Maximum number of files’ to be uploaded to be more than 20?

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrMarch 26, 2014

      Lol, I thought 20 as a max was more than enough, I can’t imagine a scenario where you want to allow visitors to upload more than a few images at a time.. Even so, I’ve upped the maximum from 20 to 99 in the next version of the plugin (1.5), which should be available later today or tomorrow.

  5. KPunkt BPunktApril 5, 2015

    How could i use another folders for that uploads…not the wp folder….cause i would like to sort the uploaded files in different folder…..greetz

  6. Anthony ScarfoneJuly 22, 2015

    My subscribers will be uploading videos. I want the videos to automatically show up on the site without me having to go into the Media Gallery and add the video to the post.

    Is there a way to get the videos to go automatically into the post without me having to manually add it to the post from the Media Gallery?

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrDecember 19, 2015

      Hi Anthony,

      I know I helped with this previously via email, but want to share the solution here in the Support Forum.

      Anyone looking to auto-include/display submitted video can do so with the USP Helper plugin.

  7. New UserDecember 19, 2015

    Hello, the “Add Media” button is not displayed on the frontend in my forms. How to enable users to upload files?

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrDecember 19, 2015

      By default, WordPress does not allow/display the “Add Media” button on the front-end for non-admin users. This is similar to the way that only Admins, Editors, and Authors are allowed to upload media in the WP Admin Area.

      The next version of USP Pro will feature an option to override the WP default functionality and display the Add Media button on the front-end for non-admins. If you are interested in setting it up before the next update, drop me a line and I can send the code to implement manually.

  8. Carrie YpmaJanuary 7, 2016

    Require Square Images.
    Hi Jeff,
    I’m new to your plugin. Is it possible to add a check on the image size that will require an image to be square within the given size range?
    Thank you

    • Jeff Starr

      Jeff StarrApril 25, 2016

      Hi Carrie, thanks to Kent this is a new feature in USP Pro version 2.3 (soon to be released). Cheers!

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