WordPress Real Media Library – Media Categories / Folders File Manager v4.13.7
WordPress Real Media Library – Media Categories / Folders File Manager 4.13.7 – CodeCanyon | WordPress Real Media Library v4.13.7 – Media Categories / Folders File Manager help you to turn your WordPress media library to the next level with folders/categories. Get organized with thousands of images. Organize media into folders. RML (Real Media Library) is one of the most wanted media WordPress plugins. It is easy to use and it allows you to organize your thousands of images in folders. It is similar to WordPress categories like in the posts.
The Real Media Library WordPress Plugin is an advanced media management plugin for WordPress. You will arrange your media library in folders for the thousands of pictures, audio, video and PDF files. Essentially it’s a Windows Explorer or Mac Finder file manager, but it is for WordPress.
Why WordPress Real Media Library?
An increasing WordPress blog or site means you are adding lots of new media files every day to your archive. You will have thousands of media files to fill your website in a few weeks.
How are you going to find a file in a flat list?
Naturally, you can use the feature of WordPress search and spend many hours finding a file, but who can remember thousands of files?
Folders, Collections and Galleries
It supports three ways to order your files, as you can see from the Real Media Library screenshots (GIFs):
Any file and collections, excluding galleries, will be present in a folder. Only pick a folder from the list and click on this button to create a subfolder.
There can be no files in a collection. But other collections and galleries can be built there. The gallery above is just a gallery data folder, that means it is not placed on your frontend automatically (your website). With the Gutenberg Editor on your page/post, you can create a visual Gallery in this gallery data directory.
Only photographs may be in a gallery data folder. The location of your visual galleries is easier to discern. Drag and drop pictures into your own picture order.