Search and download stock images without leaving WordPress
This plugin adds a media library tab for direct image search. It streamlines the process of finding and inserting stock images in WordPress.
45 million+ images available via StockPack. Direct download to save at least 50% on time and bandwidth!
With this WordPress plugin, you will get access to a 45 million+ images from your favorite stock image providers, currently including:
More providers will follow.
Watermarked assets can also be used for testing as demo images.
We provide year-round priority email support. You can reach us anytime at [email protected], or you can create a ticket on the WordPress support portal here.
A free account is only required after a certain limit. You will be able to register from the WordPress admin or at stockpack.co.
/wp-content/plugins/stockpackdirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
Yes, the stockpack account has a free plan and the plugin is free.
We are aiming to support all providers that give us api access. However that takes time and we prioritize based on request. Open a support ticket for your provider if one doesn’t exist and we will take that into account. If a ticket exists already, add a comment there so that it gets more priority.
We are considering adding Google Photos, Dropbox as well as Amazon S3. Please create a support forum request so that we can see how much demand there is. If you already find a thread for that, please comment on it.
Yes, the plugin is linked directly to the media library, so anywhere you could have uploaded an image from the media library before, the plugin will work. However we are going to implement even more direct integrations with Gutenberg, as well as Elementor, Visual Composer, or the like.
To use it in gutenberg you just use the image block and select the Media Library.
There is a step by step guide available at https://stockpack.co/about
Yes, you are allowed to change the provider you want to use at any time. You can do that from the stockpack dashboard.
There are some providers like unsplash and pixabay which allow you to use the images for free, but certain conditions apply. Some providers like Adobe Stock or Deposit Photos will require you to create a subscription to get access to the images.