Category and Taxonomy Image

WP Custom Taxonomy Image Plugin allow you to add image with category/taxonomy..

Features :

  • Setting ,for which taxonomy ,image field is to be enable.
  • Very simple in use
  • Can be customized easily.

Installation:

  1. Unzip into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory. If you’re uploading it make sure to upload
    the top-level folder. Don’t just upload all the php files and put them in /wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to your WP-admin ->Settings menu a new “Taxonomy Image” page is created.
  4. Go to your WP-admin ->Settings ->Taxonomy Image displayed in the taxonomies list form where you can select the taxonomies you want to include it in WP Custom Taxonomy Image.
  5. Go to your WP-admin select any category/term ,here image text box where you can manage image for that category/term.
  6. you can use the following function into your templates to get category/term image:
<?php 
if (function_exists('get_wp_term_image'))
{
    $meta_image = get_wp_term_image($term_id); //It will give category/term image url 
}

echo $meta_image; // category/term image url
?>

where $term_id is ‘category/term id’

Screenshots :





One thought on “Category and Taxonomy Image

  1. Anonymous

    This plugin works great. The get_wp_term_image() function works great as well. I was wondering how I would go about setting an image in the backend. I was expecting there to be a set_wp_term_image() function as well but this does not seem to be the case. If there anything I can do to set it in the backend? Thanks in advance.

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