Filerobot WordPress Plugin

Filerobot WordPress Plugin allows integration Filerobot with your WordPress website. The plugins allows you to interact with your WordPress database and upload or access media assets from within the Filerobot DAM .

You only need to have a Filerobot account and install the plugin in your WordPress site.

Installation

Step 1. Register for a demo if you don't already have a Filerobot account.

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Step 2 - Log in to your WordPress admin panel

Step 3 - On the Admin sidebar, navigate to Plugins > Add New.

Step 4 - Enter "Filerobot" in the search field and then install our plugin

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Step 5 - Activate the installed plugin (it will not modify yet your current configuration or image source & delivery)

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Step 6 - Navigate to the Filerobot admin page

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Step 7. Interact with the plugin's settings page

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Cname: Client can set their domain. When clients' images on Filerobot redisplay and they don’t want Filerobot’s domain to appear in the images' URLs, then the client can set their own domain here.

Filerobot token: The token that the client signed up for from Filerobot.

Security Template Identifier: It’s like a way obtain limited-time passwords. See: https://docs.filerobot.com/go/filerobot-documentation/en/dam-api/api-authentication/security-templates . Behind the scenes, my code would use the Security Template Identifier to obtain a SASS (the “limited-time password”). The SASS would then be used in the auth header for interacting with the Filerobot API ( https://docs.filerobot.com/go/filerobot-documentation/en/dam-api/file-api )

Filerobot upload directory: Which folder you want to upload to on the Filerobot platform ( http://hub.filerobot.com/ )

Don’t store media assets on WP server” checkbox means not to store the size-variants of an image on the “local” WP CMS. The original image is still stored on the WP CMS though.

Use Filerobot Media Asset Widget as gallery” checkbox means only use FMAW ( https://www.npmjs.com/package/@filerobot/readme , https://www.npmjs.com/package/@filerobot/explorer#filerobotexplorer , https://www.npmjs.com/package/@filerobot/core#events ) as the Media Gallery/Uploader. The default WP Media Gallery will become hidden.

The “Test connection” button tests if your Filerobot token and Security Template Identifier can connect to your Filerobot platform side.

The “Synchronization status” button tells you how many files still needs to be synchronized from WP CMS to Filerobot platform (the “up”) and how how many files still needs to be synchronized from Filerobot platform to WP CMS (the “down”).

The “Trigger synchronization” button starts the actual synchronization.