The Media Library Plugin is now updated for 3.0. It was tested on WordPress 3.0 and 2.9+.
If you are using WordPress 3.0, the plugin will now use the new custom post type feature to create and manage gallery objects. In particular, you will get a new Gallery menu to view and modify gallery objects.
All your previous gallery objects should still work seamlessly in the new update, but you will now have the option to set gallery status to draft, in-review, or published.
The Media Library plugin also provides many examples on how to use and modify WordPress custom post types. If you are interested in using WordPress custom post types in you own themes and plugins, these tutorials may also be useful -
- Add Custom Post Type Columns
- Add a Metabox to Your Custom Post Type Screen
- Modify Custom Post Type Icons
Additional controls for detaching and attaching images are now more fully integrated into the standard WordPress Media Library screen.
You can set your gallery permalink structure by going into Settings >> Permalinks.
Please let me know if you encounter any bugs or have feature suggestions.
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