[wp-hackers] Uploading image attachments from the front-end

Jörn Röder kontakt at joernroeder.de
Mon Nov 16 17:59:07 UTC 2009

Have a look at the tdo Mini Form Plugin. It have an Image-Uploader  
witch allows you to upload stuff from the Front-End…



Am 12.11.2009 um 21:40 schrieb Dion Hulse (dd32):

> On Fri, 13 Nov 2009 05:28:54 +1100, Matthew Gerring  
> <mgerring at emrl.com> wrote:
>> I figured that out- media_sideload_image() handles the upload and
>> creates a fake $_FILES-like array from a remote URL. You can pass a
>> regular $_FILES array to media_handle_sideload() along with the post
>> ID and it handles all of the attachment, meta, mimetype, thumbnail
>> generation, and etc.
>> I had to require /wp-admin/includes/admin.php to have access to all  
>> of
>> the functions I needed- is this the best way to do it?
> Unfortunately, Yes. As the media management functions are held within.
> You might get away with just using wp-admin/includes/media.php and  
> file.php..
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