Media Library Tools allows users to quickly Rename Media File and update image titles, ALT text, captions, descriptions and categories for individual or bulk images in the media library.
And also allows to Search Rubbish File, SVG Support, of your media files can improve the organization and SEO score.
🏆 Main Features
- Image SVG Support
- Individual Rename Media File
- Bulk Rename Media File
- Find Unused Media File
- Filter Junk/Rubbish File By File Extension
- Bulk Or individually Edit Media Content, Title, Alt text, Caption, And Description.
- Auto input Alt text
- Auto input Caption
- Auto input Description
- Create image categories
- Search images by category
- Identify blank ALT tags, captions, and descriptions by sorting image data
- Move images to trash instead of permanently deleting them
- Filter and search for images by trash status
- Permanently delete trash images with one click.
🏆 PRO Features
- All free Features Included
- Bulk Renaming Based on Associated Post Title
- Renaming File Prior to Uploading Based on Attached Posts Title
- Bulk Add Alt Text, Caption, and Description Based on Associated Post Title
- Assign Post Title to Alt Text, Caption, and Description Upon Image Upload
- Auto Rename By Custom Name
- Find And Delete Unnecessary / Rubbish File Bulk Mode
🏆 Go Pro
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🏆 Media File Rename
Optimizing media file names provides valuable SEO benefits. By using descriptive and keyword-rich filenames, search engines can better understand the content, leading to higher rankings and increased visibility.
Well-named media files enhance user experience, improving engagement and reducing bounce rates. Organized filenames make it easier for users to find and share the content, ultimately driving more organic traffic to the website.
🏆 Important Note
Renaming files can be a risky process, which is why it’s important to take precautions. Before renaming your files in bulk, try renaming them one by one to make sure the references in your pages are updated properly. It’s worth noting that some plugins may use unconventional methods to encode file usage, which could cause issues with the renaming process. To ensure the safety of your files and database, it is crucial to make a backup before using Media File Renamer to its full extent. Protect your valuable media by taking these precautionary measures.
If you notice any issues with your website after renaming your media files, try clearing your cache. Cached HTML can often hold onto old references, so this simple step can often resolve any issues.
🏆 Find Unused/Rubbish File And Clean Media
Finding unused or rubbish image files in the media library is essential for efficient website management. Removing unnecessary files improves site performance, load times, and user experience.
It also optimizes storage space and ensures search engines prioritize relevant content, positively impacting SEO rankings. Regular cleanups maintain a well-organized media library and enhance overall website functionality.
🏆 Image SVG Support
Image SVG support in the WordPress media library offers significant SEO advantages. SVG files are lightweight and scalable, improving website loading times and user experience.
SVGs are also search engine-friendly, enhancing discoverability and ranking potential. With SVG support, websites can achieve better performance and accessibility, leading to higher search engine rankings and increased organic traffic.
Additionally, SVGs provide high-quality visuals on various devices, boosting engagement and user retention.
🏆 Media Content Editing
Media Library Tools allows users to quickly update image titles, ALT text, captions, descriptions, and categories for individual or bulk images in the media library.
🏆 Getting Started
To start using the Media Library Tools plugin, users should first install it and then navigate to Media > Media Tools.
From there, they can begin editing individual or bulk images their metadata.
How do I enable edit mode for single items?
To enable edit mode for a single item, users can click the “Enable Edit Mode” button.
How do I move images to the trash?
To move images to the trash, users should navigate to Media > Media Tools and select the images they want to move by clicking the checkbox next to each image. They can then select “Move to Trash” from the “Bulk actions” menu.
How do I create image categories?
To create image categories, users should navigate to Media > Media Tools and select the images they want to categorize by clicking the checkbox next to each image. They can then select “Bulk Edit” from the “Bulk actions” menu and assign the selected images to one or multiple categories.
How do I search for images by categories?
To search for images by categories, users can find the categories box near the Filter button in Media > Media Tools.
Contributors & Developers
“Media Library Tools – Media File Rename, Find Unused Media File, Support SVG , Edit Media Content” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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1.1.10 ( 26 September, 2023 )
- Support: Allow title empty.
- Added: Rubbish File Balk Search
1.1.9 ( September 16, 2023 )
- Support: Bulk Add Alt Text, Caption, and Description Based on Associated Post Title
- Fixed: Error Fix
1.1.7 ( September 12, 2023 )
- Fixed: Rename By Post Title
1.1.6 ( September 11, 2023 )
- Fixed: Menu style change
1.1.5 ( September 06, 2023 )
- Fixed: Post id Error
- Fixed: Alt text Issue
- Fixed: Modal issue
- Fixed: Message text
1.1.4 ( August 27, 2023 )
- Added: Parent Post Url
- Title: Added Url For Title
- Fixed: Media content Issue
1.0.0 ( MARCH 07, 2023 )
* Initial Plugin.