Andres Jaimes

Add a Thumbnail to Admin Post Columns in WordPress

Here is a snippet to add 64×64 images to the Admin Post Columns in WordPress. Having thumbnails may result extremely helpful, specially if you have hundreds of posts. You have to copy and paste the following code into the functions.php file of your theme. function posts_columns($defaults){ $defaults['the_post_thumbs'] = __('Thumbs'); return $defaults; } function posts_custom_columns($column_name, $id){ if($column_name === 'the_post_thumbs'){ echo the_post_thumbnail( array(64, 64) ); } } add_filter('manage_posts_columns', 'posts_columns'); add_action('manage_posts_custom_column', 'posts_custom_columns', 10, 2);  Instead of array(64, 64) you can also use default image sizes like ‘featured_thumbnail’, ‘thumbnail’, ‘medium’, ‘large’ and ‘full’.

Free Image Resizer for Windows

This time I want to share with you a Windows application for image resizing. It’s a fact, size matters. That is why Image Resizer can be very useful for sharing pictures through email, uploading images to websites or posting them to social networks. If your images are smaller, then it will take you less time to share them. This application can load a list of jpeg, gif, png or bmp files, resize them and then put them on a selected folder.