It would be great if we could add attributes to any file in the media manager. This would be useful for looping out the contents of a folder for display as a resource list. Instead of ugly file name you could display with title and short description.
If not free entry of attributes, a title and description field would be a great start.
I totally agree that this is an essential feature. More than just adding a handful of common fields, however, it'd be ideal to have the ability to customize the metadata fields themselves (perhaps by associating a specific custom "media record" that has all the needed fields for a project). I'm currently trying to determine how I'm going to approach this for a project in progress, and I wonder if anyone out there also has this on their radar, or has suggestions for the best way to come at this.
Alt tags would be great too
Hello, how is the stand?
To add a form to a page, we’ll use the <form> element. The <form> element identifies where on the page control elements will appear. Additionally, the <form> element will wrap all of the elements included within the form, much like a <div> element.
1 2 3 4 <form action="/login" method="post"> ... </form>
A handful of different attributes can be applied to the <form> element, the most common of which are action and method. The action attribute contains the URL to which information included within the form will be sent for processing by the server. The method attribute is the HTTP method browsers should use to submit the form data. Both of these <form> attributes pertain to submitting and processing data.
joke? We talk about to add attributes to files (like images) ...
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