SSU – WordPress Amazon S3 & Wasabi Smart File Uploads Plugin

SSU – WordPress Amazon S3 & Wasabi Smart File Uploads Plugin

Upload WordPress files directly to your Wasabi & Amazon S3 bucket with ease.

  • Frequently updated
    Very good! This plugin is actively maintained and the last update was released 90 days ago.
  • This plugin is not tested with the last major release of WordPress
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  • Compatible with the latest major PHP release
    This plugin requieres PHP 5.6 or higher. The latest stable PHP 8.3.8 was released on 06 June 2024
  • No unfixed plugin vulnerabilities
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Ratings

8

Active installs

500

Total Downloads

10K

Support Threads

1

Last updated

17 March 2024

Added

06 February 2020

Versions

7.75%92.25%
  • Version 1.4
  • Version 1.5

Screenshots

Configure your own S3 bucket and path
Upload numerous files directly from your local to Amazon S3 bucket at once with our custom file upload
View all your uploaded files in S3/Wasabi bucket in the panel below
Add uploaded file to Media Library and/or make them public
Offload files to Wasabi bucket
Offload files to S3/Wasabi bucket from WooCommerce product page

About SSU – WordPress Amazon S3 & Wasabi Smart File Uploads Plugin

FAQ

Minimum requirements for our plugin to work are WordPress 4.9+ and PHP 5.6+

Once activated, go to our plugin’s settings page under Media >> Upload to S3 from your admin dashboard. First of all, you need to configure your S3 access keys in wp-config.php file. After that, reload the settings page and start uploading your files.

Looks like you haven’t enabled CORS on your S3 bucket yet. Please follow this guide on how to do so.

Since version 1.2.0, you can permit other users to upload files to your bucket by define(‘SSU_CAPABILITY’, ‘capability’) in your wp-config.php file. Feel free to replace ‘capability’ with any WordPress capability. The default value is “manage_options”, which means only admin and super admin can upload files.

Since version 1.2.0, if you define(‘SSU_FOLDER’, ‘your-bucket-folder’); in your wp-config.php file, our plugin only displays all files under this folder.

That means you can easily view your file uploads without having to browse through all the bucket directories.

There is still an option to display the entire directories under your bucket as usual.

Once activated, go to our plugin’s settings page under Media >> Upload to S3 from your admin dashboard. First of all, you need to configure your S3 access keys in wp-config.php file. After that, reload the settings page and start uploading your files.

Looks like you haven’t enabled CORS on your S3 bucket yet. Please follow this guide on how to do so.

Since version 1.2.0, you can permit other users to upload files to your bucket by define(‘SSU_CAPABILITY’, ‘capability’) in your wp-config.php file. Feel free to replace ‘capability’ with any WordPress capability. The default value is “manage_options”, which means only admin and super admin can upload files.

Since version 1.2.0, if you define(‘SSU_FOLDER’, ‘your-bucket-folder’); in your wp-config.php file, our plugin only displays all files under this folder.

That means you can easily view your file uploads without having to browse through all the bucket directories.

There is still an option to display the entire directories under your bucket as usual.

Looks like you haven’t enabled CORS on your S3 bucket yet. Please follow this guide on how to do so.

Since version 1.2.0, you can permit other users to upload files to your bucket by define(‘SSU_CAPABILITY’, ‘capability’) in your wp-config.php file. Feel free to replace ‘capability’ with any WordPress capability. The default value is “manage_options”, which means only admin and super admin can upload files.

Since version 1.2.0, if you define(‘SSU_FOLDER’, ‘your-bucket-folder’); in your wp-config.php file, our plugin only displays all files under this folder.

That means you can easily view your file uploads without having to browse through all the bucket directories.

There is still an option to display the entire directories under your bucket as usual.

Since version 1.2.0, you can permit other users to upload files to your bucket by define(‘SSU_CAPABILITY’, ‘capability’) in your wp-config.php file. Feel free to replace ‘capability’ with any WordPress capability. The default value is “manage_options”, which means only admin and super admin can upload files.

Since version 1.2.0, if you define(‘SSU_FOLDER’, ‘your-bucket-folder’); in your wp-config.php file, our plugin only displays all files under this folder.

That means you can easily view your file uploads without having to browse through all the bucket directories.

There is still an option to display the entire directories under your bucket as usual.

Since version 1.2.0, if you define(‘SSU_FOLDER’, ‘your-bucket-folder’); in your wp-config.php file, our plugin only displays all files under this folder.

That means you can easily view your file uploads without having to browse through all the bucket directories.

There is still an option to display the entire directories under your bucket as usual.

Changelog

1.5.0

1.4.3

1.4.2

1.4.1

1.4.0

1.3.0

1.2.0

1.1.0

1.0.0

How to install SSU – WordPress Amazon S3 & Wasabi Smart File Uploads Plugin

There are 2 easy ways to install our plugin:

1.The standard way

2.The nerdy way