1. Pete

    I’m pretty sure there are other image widget plugins that do all that and more (including custom urls). I’ll try to track them down.


    • Jeff Chandler

      I’m sure there are as well. Heck, even Tom Mcfarlin knows there are a bunch of plugins that have similar functionality. But he built this one purely to satisfy his own needs for client sites. I was just adding in what I’d like to see in a plugin like it to make it more valuable to me.


  2. batmannewschrisChris

    Sounds like you’d be happier with something like Simple Image Widget:

    In addition to providing a big button to upload or choose an image from the media library, there’s also the option to set a URL. You can even set it to open in a new window if needed.


  3. Marty Kassowitz

    I’ve been using Image Widget for years now with similar but more extensive feature set: http://wordpress.org/plugins/image-widget/


  4. Piet

    As long as the plugin cannot link to a custom url I don’t see why anyone would want to use it, but looking through the code I think everybody should at least download the plugin to see how well it has been put together!

    The only thing I don’t like is the sentence about and link to premium support. How am I supposed to use this on sites for clients?

    I’m with Marty, using Image Widget, which is not WPML compatible, but that is something I can easily work around :)


  5. Ryan Hellyer

    Image Widget is a pretty standard tool for this … http://wordpress.org/plugins/image-widget/
    It’s been around since the beginning of time (circa WordPress 2.3’ish) and is very stable. I think they use (or did use) it on WordPress.com.


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