Settings → Miscellaneous
WordPress has so many features, that some of them defy categorization. The file upload, links update tracking, and support for custom "hacks" features can be controlled from this SubPanel.
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- Default settings used for during the media upload process when writing a post.
- Store uploads in this folder - Enter the folder (directory) to where you want to upload files with the Administration > Write > Write Post Upload function. You must enter a folder relative to your WordPress address (URI) folder. WordPress suggests an upload directory of wp-content/uploads. Use the suggestion, or modify it to a relative path of your choice. If your wp-content folder is writeable, WordPress will automatically create this folder when you do the first upload using the Administration > Write > Write Post Upload function.
- Full URL path to files (optional) - Enter a URL path to your uploaded files. This is optional.
- Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders - Check this box if you wish to organize your uploads into folders based on the year and the month of the upload. Assuming that you have specified wp-content/uploads as your upload storage folder, if you check this box, a file uploaded in February of 2009 would be placed into the wp-content/uploads/2009/02 folder. Note: At the time of the actual upload, WordPress will automatically create the folders, such as wp-content/uploads/2009 and wp-content/uploads/2009/02, as long as your wp-content folder is writeable.
- Image sizes
- The sizes listed below determine the maximum dimensions to use when inserting an image into the body of a post.
- Thumbnail size - Enter the Width and Height
- Crop thumbnail to exact dimensions (normally thumbnails are proportional) - check box
- Medium size - Enter the Max Width and Max Height
- Track Links' Update Times
- Check this checkbox to activate WordPress' link tracking feature. Blogs owners can report to some central location when they have updated their site. WordPress can do this automatically for you (see Update Services). WordPress can then compare your links, (Administration > Manage > Links) with this central location to determine if any of your links have been recently updated.
- Use legacy my-hacks.php file support
- Check the box to use the file, my-hacks.php/en, to modify the content or presentation of your blog. It is designated in this SubPanel as "legacy support" because this functionality has been replaced by WordPress' support for Plugins. However,
my-hacks.phpis still used by many people for small Hacks. If you want to use this file, you must enable support for it here by checking the checkbox.
- Click the Save Changes button to ensure any changes you have made to your Settings are saved to your database. Once you click the button, a confirmation text box will appear at the top of the page telling you your settings have been saved.
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