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Widen + WordPress

Access assets in Widen without leaving WordPress

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Accelerate web page creation

Eliminate the need to manually download assets from one system and upload them to another.

Securely search for assets in your Widen digital asset management (DAM) site without leaving the WordPress content management system (CMS)

Use dynamic resizing to easily adjust image size

Copy a web-friendly version of assets to the WordPress Media Library or publish assets directly to pages using embed links

Streamline content publishing across digital destinations

Upload assets to Widen once — and they can be accessed via WordPress over and over again.

Add Widen assets to the WordPress Media Library to be inserted into pages

Publish Widen assets directly to pages — embed links ensures that new file versions are published automatically 

Use Widen security settings to ensure users can only see the Widen assets they are authorized to use when searching for content within the WordPress user interface


Igus accelerates content distribution

See how igus integrates Widen with Wordpress to publish press releases directly from their DAM system to the igus website.

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Getting started

Combine the power of WordPress and Widen.

Already using Widen and WordPress? 
Contact your Widen representative for more details on getting started. 

Not using WordPress yet?
If you’re a current Widen customer and ready to learn more about integrating your DAM system with WordPress, contact your Widen representative for more information.

Not a Widen customer? 
We can help! Request a demo to learn more about DAM functionality and discuss your integration needs.

A trusted partner


We’ll introduce you to our trusted WordPress partner, Promet Source, who will listen to your priorities and help you prepare for the integration launch.

“The Widen integration provides a single source of truth. Images and media assets need to be uploaded or updated only once for efficient access and version control.”

Andy Kucharski