WP Image Embeds Plugin


Forget the preamble, just let me download the plugin.

The way Houzz.com enables webmasters and bloggers to embed their product images inspired us to develop a simple plugin for WordPress users who want to do the same thing for images on their site.

Once activated, when someone tries to right click on an image in any post or page it will pop a modal dialog box with the embed code for that particular image. The link will be set to the permalink for the page or post in question and the image alt tag will reflect the title of that page or post. In this way you can passively build links back to your posts and pages using your image assets. See it in action in the video above.

Sound like you? You can download the plugin from the official WordPress plugin directory.

If you like this, we’d be very grateful if you could share it with your network via your blog or social network of choice. We opted to make it available for free download in the hope that more people would try it out and if they liked it would help spread the word. Cheers.

Credit also to Paddy Moogan who made this image embed demo and Wiep Knol‘s post on image link building, both of which provided inspiration for this plugin.

If you have any questions, feedback or suggestions please hit us up in the comments below…

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Charlie has been building WordPress themes, reviewing web hosts and utilizing social media since their respective inceptions.

8 thoughts on “WP Image Embeds Plugin

  1. KIRAN R.K.G says:

    I installed it on my website and it works pretty well. but I’m facing some problems in widgets after activating the plugin. So I deactivated it for some time. Can you help us to fix the issue?

    1. Hi Kiran, can you describe the problems you are having?

  2. Gratisan says:

    Does this plugin function also download images and put them on our server …

    i’m https://gratisan.co

    1. Hi Gratisan, this plugin makes it easy for you to allow others to display your images on their websites with a link back to you. The images remain hosted by you, it doesn’t move the images.

  3. Joe Laroux says:

    Have you thought about interfacing this with wooCommerce? Or Does it already by chance?

    1. charles Charles says:

      Hi Joe, good question…I havn’t tried it with WooCommerce. Will take a look.

  4. Thomas says:

    Brilliant idea, thanks. It works perfectly on the standard images, but not with the Responsive Lightbox by dFactory plugin when the image is zoomed to it’s full size. Any ideas?

    1. charles Charles says:

      Hi Thomas, yes this is a limitation of the plugin and honestly I’m not sure we’ll be able to address this anytime soon…so many things that could break if we tried to play nice with all the popular image gallery/lightbox plugins out there. Sorry that’s not the answer you wanted.

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