- Version 1.1.0
ImageManager for Joomla! allows you to move and rename images without losing the image-link in Articles and Custom HTML Modules. Simply drag & drop your images to restructure and clean-up your website.
Moving and renaming images costs hours and hours of time (or sometimes even days). It takes many steps to get the job done. This can be frustrated when you have to work on a website you took over from someone else. Some websites can be fully loaded with poor-named images in the famous “/stories directory”. Restructuring and cleaning up the media folder isn’t a very popular job. Until now! Administrators, Online Marketeers and SEO experts can now use this great tool. You will save a lot of time!
- Move images easily (drag & drop)
- Easily rename images
- Visual indication if an image is (or isn’t) used
- Show where images are used
- List all unused images and delete them
- Search for images by name
- Create, rename or delete folders
- Replace spaces or underscores with hyphens (-) in file names with a batch action
- Easy to use interface
- And many more...
Website maintenance will be so much easier with ImageMover and it will save you a lot of precious time! Have Fun!
If you don't have much time, you can always start the one-minute tour in the ImageManager component after you have installed it. The tour will start automatically when you use ImageManager for the first time.
Move images easily with drag & drop
Just click (and hold) an image and drag it to a folder in the left pane where the folder structure is shown. Release the mouse button to drop the image in the selected folder. When you want to move an image one level up in the folder structure, you can also drop the image in the folder with the "up arrow". Confirm this action when asked for.
You don't have to worry about checking all your Articles or Custom HTML Modules after moving an image. The image-links are changed for you. It's that simple!
Click this button to create a new folder 'under' the folder you have selected in the left pane (where the folder structure is shown).
Click this button to access the page with batch actions, like replacing spaces with dashes (-).
View a list of all unused images. By default this only applies to native Joomla! Articles, Custom HTML Modules and Custom Fields (J3.7+) but it can be extended with plugins for 3rd party extensions.
Click this button to refresh the overview with images.
Click this button to generate thumbnails of you images to speed up ImageManager (this will be done automatically after installation).
Click this button to find the location of images.
Click this button to restore deleted images from the archive. (The images aren't indexed by Google because there's no link to them.)
Click this button to restart the tour to quickly discover the most important features.
Click the Options button to finetune the ImageManagers settings.
These are the main features of the Action Button.
Move images with the Move button
Move an image by clicking on the Action Button (just below the thumbnail) and press Move. Select the folder you want to move the image/file to. Press the Move button.
Rename images with the Rename button
Rename an image by clicking on the Action Button (just below the thumbnail) and press Rename. Rename the file and press the OK button.
Visual indication IF an image is (or isn’t) used
An image is not used* when a red dot • (and red line) is shown. An image is used* when a green dot • (and green line) is shown.
* Standard this only applies to native Joomla! Articles, Custom HTML Modules and Custom Fields (Joomla! 3.7 and higher). You can also view image usage information of other installed extensions by enabling third party extensions on the Plugins tab at the ImageManager Option Page.
Show image info and WHERE an image is used
If an image is used (indicated by a green dot) it is possible to see where the image is used. Just click The Action button and choose View Info & Usage. The pop-up not only shows the image information, but also a link so you can go directly to the Article or Module.
Show all unused images in a list
One of the great features of ImageManager is the list of unused images. Standard this only applies to native Joomla! Articles, Custom HTML Modules and Custom Fields (Joomla! 3.7 and higher). You can also view this usage information of other installed extensions by enabling third party extensions at the ImageManager-plugins option page.
Just click the Unused Images button for an overview. This may take a while depending on the number of images. Click Clean at the bottom of the list to "delete" the unused images. Actually, they are archived to a folder outside the /images folder so you can restore an image to it's previous location. When you click Clean you will get a warning first.
It's possible to view the image before deleting it and you can also uncheck the image to prevent it from deleting.
Before you delete images, make a backup! E.g. with Akeeba Backup.
Search image by name
+ Added an option to specify the thumbnail cache
+ Added memory limit detection
+ Added update servers
+ Added "move folder"-feature
+ Added sorting options
# Fixed Custom Fields plugin enabling itself on sites with no custom fields
# Fixed manager not refreshing after thumbnail generation. Will only refresh if required
# Fixed layout on smaller screens
# Fixed language strings in the popover of the tour
# Fixed visual bugs in the directory tree02-11-2017 12:05
# Fixed delete folder bug deleting all images as well
# Fixed article plugin not finding images in intro- and full-images
# Fixed article plugin unable to update intro- and full-text images09-05-2017 15:39
# Performace fixed; no recursive search09-05-2017 11:37
First version of ImageManager (formerly known as ImageMover)
+ Added sidebar toggles (cachable)
+ Added restoring archived images
# Fixed drag n drop pointer
# Fixed loader flash with css
# Fixed aricle provider filter
# Fixed loader not closing after loading
# Fixed batch lowercase not working
^ Made the language strings more logical
^ Changed the thumbnail generation to Joomla! and removed WideImage
^ Code cleanup09-05-2017 11:36
First release of ImageManager for Joomla! 3.x (aka ImageMover)09-05-2017 11:32