If “responsive” is set then the plugin’s elements positions will adjust to fit inside container page/post. It defines the categories (roles) of users allowed to upload files.Multiple selections can be made, separated by comma(,).In this case, the plugin will use the default functionality.For configuring the plugin, use the Shortcode Composer, as shown in this guide. With this plugin you, or other users, can upload files to your Word Press website from any page easily and securely, while it has many features and capabilities as shown below: The plugins comes in two versions, professional and free.
If it is set to “maintain both” then the upload file will be saved inside the target directory with another name, in order to keep both files. It defines how to save the upload file when a file with the same name already exists inside the target directory.
If you want to upload files outside wp-content folder, then put a double dot (..) at the beginning of your uploadpath value. It defines how the plugin’s elements will fit inside the page.
If you put the variable “%username%” inside the uploadpath string, then this variable will be dynamically replaced by the username of the user currently logged in. If “fixed” is set then the plugin’s elements will always keep their positions unchanged.
The Shortcode Composer works for both shortcodes of the plugin, the uploader form and the file list.
If you don’t want to use the Shortcode Composer but you want to edit the shortcode manually, here is the full list of supported attributes: It defines the type of captcha that will be used.