Un­for­tu­nate­ly, this is a known bug in Jet­Pack that can on­ly be fixed by Au­tomat­tic. As a workaround, use a dif­fer­ent plu­g­in for post­ing to so­cial net­works. Al­ter­na­tive­ly, if you make sure that you haven’t got any im­ages with cred­its with­in the first 55 words of your ar­ti­cle, you should be fine, too.Read More →

You sure can. Just add the link at­tribute in the media-​credit short­code, found in HTML view for a post, or di­rect­ly when adding an im­age. For ex­am­ple, if your post con­tains: change it to: Note the link to http://​www​.artist​web​site​.com above.Read More →

I’m so glad you asked; you cer­tain­ly can! Just call <?php get_media_credit_html($post); ?> with an attachment_​id (int) or post ob­ject for an at­tach­ment to get the me­dia cred­it, in­clud­ing a link to the au­thor page. To echo the re­sults, call <?php the_media_credit_html($post); ?>.Read More →

In­deed, just call the tem­plate tag <?php display_author_media($author_id); ?> in your theme’s author.php (or else­where, if you want). The tem­plate tag has op­tion­al pa­ra­me­ters if you want to cus­tomize the CSS or text. The de­fault op­tions will dis­play thumb­nails of the 10 most re­cent me­dia items cred­it­ed to the giv­en user float­ed to the right with a width of 150px and a head­er of <h3>Recent Media</h3>. These op­tions can be changed with a more ver­bose call to the func­tion: <?php display_author_media($author_id, $side­bar = true, $lim­it = 10, $link_​without_​parent = false, $head­er = “<h3>Recent Media</h3>”, $exclude_​unattached = true); ?>. This will make on­ly the 10 most re­cent me­dia itemsRead More →