CW Article Attachments

CW Article Attachments - Compare Free vs PRO versions

Available featuresFREEPRO
Drag and Drop files upload
Drag and Drop sorting files
Using syntax for placing attachments inside Article content
Responsive layout
Load Attachments from Another Article
Edit Attachment Caption
Edit Attachment Description
Edit attachments image
Extended syntax usage - parameters
Multiple attachment instances inside Article
Layout options - custom settings for displaying desired informations about attachments
Publish status of attachments
Access Levels - option to set access level for each attachment individually!
Download button for attachment in administration - can be useful:)
Unlimited upload 4 attachments per article
Support

GO TO DOWNLOAD SECTION

CW Article Attachments - DOWNLOAD

Download section for CW Article AttachmentsPlugin. Install PACKAGE of CW Article Attachmentsplugins containing:

  • CW Article Attachments (content plugin)
  • CW Article Attachments Ajax Upload (ajax plugin)
  • Button - CW Article Attachments (editor button plugin)

NOTE: Files visibility is restricted by users permissions set by valid subscriptions
NOTE: For downloading FREE version, you need to be a registered user.

This download system is done by CW Article Attachments plugin

Installation & Guide

Installation

Install PACKAGE of CW Article Attachments plugins containing:

  • CW Article Attachments (content plugin)
  • CW Article Attachments Ajax Upload (ajax plugin)
  • Button - CW Article Attachments  (editor button plugin)

After installation publish all three plugins (you can use link from post-install description).

....And that's it. You dont need to configure anything else and you are ready to go!

...unless you want to ;) Then follow the guide...

What can be set in parameters?

Parameters for loading attachments can be set either globally in CW Article Attachments plugin or individually for each article in CW Attachments Tab in article edit form, which will override global plugin settings. Last way of influencing gallery output is via syntax - where are some available options for use.

  • Upload Directory - path for upload folder, start and end with / - example: /images/cwattachments/
  • Accepted Files Types - you can define which file types of images can be uploaded
  • Accepted types - Manuall settings - Comma separated list of extension, fill like: .zip,.pdf,images/* . These will be added to the main file tags above
  • Files Limit - limit of images that can be uploaded in one article
  • Attachments Position - above or under article content. If { cwgallery } syntax is used, this will be blocked
  • Enable in Category Blog - if gallery should be displayed also in Category Blog view
  • Show Icon - Show Icon of file attachment extension in Attachment layout
  • Show Filename - Show Filename in Attachment layout
  • Show Filesize - Show Filesize in Attachment layout
  • Show Description - Show Description in Attachment layout
  • Open in browser - define which file types should be opened in browser instead of direct download while being opened

Options for cwattachments SYNTAX

  • start - from which image should gallery load images - { cwattachments start=4}
  • count - how many images should gallery load - { cwattachments count=8}
  • list - list of image indexes will show only selected images (this will override start and count syntax - { cwattachments list=2,5,11}
  • articleid - id of article from which should be attachments loaded - this way can be loaded attachments from any other article into some article.

Separator for syntax codes is ;

{ cwattachments start=4;count=8}

will display list of 8 attachments from 4th attachment.

Want to see more about what magic can be done with this cool little yet powerfull plugin?
SEE ADVANCED OPTIONS - LIVE EXAMPLE

Live Example - Install and Go

This is basic usage of CW Article Attachments plugin. No extra settings done - Display done with Out Of The Box plugin default configuration.

Simply said - This is how it would look like if you would not touch any parameters settings.

This means that attachments are displayed:

  • Under article content
  • In full layout (with all available options)
  • Caption will be filename (if you don't change it)
  • No description
  • With filesize shown and file extension icon
  • Responsive layout

Want to see more about what magic can be done with this cool little yet powerfull plugin?
SEE ADVANCED OPTIONS - LIVE EXAMPLES