Our team has just made a huge step towards a lot more professional role inside the WordPress ecosystem. After long months of development, our first premium theme, Adriatica reached it’s beta version. This version is now good enough now to serve as the theme of our new team website. But the new website is not everything – there are lots of other news in our webdesign studio.
It has taken for a while that I was finally able to update this plugin. This had been the very first plugin that I’d created for the WordPress plugin repository, and to my surprise it became quite popular among WordPress users… Even 2 years after I discontinued the support for it, people were asking for help and suggesting ideas for new versions.
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to add any improvements to it in the past 3 years because my daytime job and my private life had taken all my free time, so there was no real space for side-projects like this. But now, as I’ve became an entrepreneur again, I can schedule publishing small plugins like this into the strategy of our team.
Some WordPress plugins require you to enter ID numbers of uploaded pictures, which they’d do some modifications/effects on.
Especially gallery-managing or other visual plugins (like WP Slide-up Box) can use these picture ID numbers. The problem is that WordPress doesn’t show these numbers to the users by default. But don’t worry, there are plenty of ways you can find the ID of the pictures.