WordPress Media Library Folders With FileBird
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If you’ve used WordPress for any length of time, you’ve probably noticed that the media library is one of its’ weak points.
It hasn’t changed in a long time and for large sites it’s a big pain. In this tutorial I’m going to show you FileBird.
It’s a simple plugin from the creators of NinjaForms, that will allow you to create virtual folders inside your media library.
You can then organize your media inside those folders. In this case, “virtual” means, the image URLs do not change when the images are moved into folders.
So the images don’t break on the front-end of your website.
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