This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.



This plugin will add a grid of images in the regular WordPress editor used for writing posts or pages. Just click the image that you want to add to your post and drag it into the editor. You can drop it exactly where you want it and the plugin will insert an image with the size that you’ve chosen. It’s really simple and will be really helpful if you’re using lots of images in your posts or pages.

This plugin is developed and maintained by the Swedish company Montania System AB. To get in touch with us send an e-mail to info at or visit our web site (mostly in Swedish)

Browser support: Chrome, Firefox, IE7 (partial), IE8, IE9

NOTE: This plugin doesn’t seem to work in the Opera web browser. The meta box will not show up if you’re using Opera.

* Swedish (Montania)
* Romanian (Web Geek Science)


  • The view from the add/edit post page.


The installation procedure is the same as with most plugins;

  1. Install from WordPress plugins menu and activate it
  2. Go add a new post or edit an existing post and start dragging and dropping images

If this doesn’t work for you, try to:

  1. Download the .zip file with the plugin
  2. Unzip it on your computer
  3. Transfer the folder ‘ImageDrop’ to your web server and place it in the wordpress/wp-content/plugins folder
  4. Go add a new post or edit an existing post and start dragging and dropping images


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  • Updated for better compatibility with newer versions of WordPress and jQuery, dropped support for older versions


  • Increased the polling delay
  • Fixed problem where the meta box wouldn’t refresh properly after searching


  • Fixed css problem where other elements would be affected by the plugin styles


  • Added support for searching for images
  • Added options to the media settings page
  • Added the meta box to all custom post types with capability post or page
  • WordPress version requirement changed to 3.0

1.0 beta 3

  • Fixed missing meta box from the editor when editing pages

1.0 beta 2

  • Fixed incorrect reference to the stylesheet

1.0 beta 1

  • Initial public release