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  • David Risley

    May 3, 2021 at 9:57 am

    Inside of WordPress, it is. On the server side, it actually does organize files into year/month folders depending on when you uploaded it.

    There actually are a number of plug-ins that help people build a front-end organization into their Media Library. Here’s one:

    Also helps if you put a little effort in when you upload a file, because that search engine inside the Media Library is going to use the file name, alt text, description, etc. If you add more detail to an image before uploading it (rather than just a raw filename), it makes finding things later pretty easy.

  • Michael

    May 5, 2021 at 10:44 pm

    Not sure if it’s the same topic but I wanted to find out if there’s a solutions to achieve the achieve on this page “”. Looks like native buddyboss as far the category listing. How did you achieve this? Are these custom posts?

    • David Risley

      May 6, 2021 at 7:02 am

      Not completely native, no. It is a custom post type. Then, I created templates in the Buddyboss child theme to display them that way.

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