WordPress is a well-known system for content management. It offers an integrated media library for managing content like images and videos. However, the maintenance of this database is quite time-consuming. Usually, you have to gain data from multiple sources, edit, save and upload them manually to WordPress. As soon as something is modified, you have to start this process again. 
And the larger the database is, the more difficult it is to find the right content. 

With the 4ALLPORTAL Digital Asset Management WordPress Connector, these processes can be optimized. In addition to an easier data transfer into CMS, you can also automate numerous work steps. This will be a huge benefit for your team as they can focus on what really matters.

DAM WordPress Integration: Significatly optimized data management 

A huge benefit of the 4ALLPORTAL DAM WordPress Integration is its powerful search function. 
It allows you to find data very quickly. With just one click, you can upload files into WordPress. 
A conversion profile automatically transforms your assets into web-optimized content. 
Thus, no manual, time-consuming conversion and uploading of content into WordPress is needed anymore. In addition, you can transfer any metadata from the DAM system into CMS, where they can be used as SEO-relevant elements (e.g., alt attributes). 

The synchronization of your databases is done automatically. The Digital Asset Management WordPress Connector updates the CMS when something is changed. Thus, your content is always up-to-date. 

Last but not least, 4ALLPORTAL allows you to see exactly which assets are currently used in WordPress. You have full control over your media files. Furthermore, there is the possibility to remove particular assets from the WordPress media library. 


  • Converts any metadata into search engine relevant content 
  • Automatic generation of web-optimized content
  • Significant reduction of manual processes
  • Updated files are automatically transferred into WordPress
  • Seamless data integration into CMS and maintainance of usage transparency