New version, 3.1.0 and minor update 3.1.1, of WordPress File Upload plugin have just been released.

This is a significant version release because in continuation of the previous major version 3 release it includes file browsing capabilities for all users, depending of course on administrator selection. This version introduces a new shortcode, [wordpress_file_upload_browser], which when added in a page or post, displays a list of uploaded files for the current user, as shown below:


The new shortcode comes with many options, so that administrators can:

  • define which users and user roles are allowed to view the file list
  • define which columns will be shown in the file list and their order
  • define if users are allowed to download and/or delete their uploaded files
  • define if the file list is sortable
  • define titles of the columns of the file list

Of course, the new shortcode can be edited easily using the Shortcode Composer, as happens with the basic uploader shortcode:


Moreover, this version incorporates some minor bug fixes. Please note that this article has been updated to mention also version 3.1.1, which only contains some minor fixes of version 3.1.0.

You can view a detailed list of the attributes of the new shortcode in the plugin’s support page in File List Attributes section.

Users who have purchased the Professional version of the plugin can download the latest one by logging into their Iptanus account, selecting the order and downloading the new file.

Users of the Free version can update to the latest one using the Update feature of the Plugins section of their Dashboard.

Iptanus team is constantly striving to make WordPress File Upload plugin more user friendly and more bug free, so it will continue issuing new releases. It is reminded that users of the Professional version, will have free updates of the plugin for a lifetime!!! 

For any questions, bugs or information please contact us.

The Iptanus team

18-July-2015: Version 3.1.0 of WordPress File Upload Plugin Released

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