Defaults the Image Link option to ‘none’ when adding a picture to a page or post.
By default, WordPress links images to themselves. A user sees that the image is a link, clicks it and they are then taken to a page of just the image. Then they click ‘back’ in their browser or move on to another site.
You could manually remove the link, but that is a pain. Plus, when handing sites over to clients they shouldn’t have to remember to remove it to have a great functioning site.
Latest version: Download No Image Link v1.2 [zip]
1. Upload the ‘No Image Link’ folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I have to set any options?
A. Nope. It’s ready to go right out of the box.
Q. How do I get an image to link?
A. When adding a photo, under the ‘Image Link’ option, choose ‘File URL’
Q. Why do images already have links?
A. WordPress’ default setting is to link images to themselves.
Q. Does this remove links on existing images?
A. No it does not. You will have to manually remove links off of existing images. You could also just install this plugin when first setting up the site.
- Updated description
- Added more FAQ
- Added screenshot
- Updated plugin URI link
- Updated plugin compatibility to WordPress version 3.5.1
- readme.txt updates for a better look and more information
- Plugin header updates
- Initial release