Adds MooTools 1.2.4 and Flower 1.0 to the head of a WordPress template
Flower is designed to be easy to use for the non-nerd, and easy to extend and use as a base for the nerdier. Most functionality works automatically with nothing more than a class name added to a div or a link.
To use the Soundplayer module just add the 'flower_soundplayer' class to a link or a div. Added to a div it will search the div for links to audio and populate a player. If no title is present the player will use the text between the tag as the track title. If you'd like to specify your own title just add it to the--wait for it--title of the link.
When added to a link element, the 'flower_soundplayer' class will add [play] to the end of the link text and it will be playable inline.
A special 'flower_soundplayer_pageplayer' can be added to a div to create a player from all stray audio links on the page. This only grabs audio that has not already been included in a player or given the 'flower_soundplayer' class.
To create an Imagebox collection you need only add the 'flower_imagebox' class to a link that points to an image. That image will be loaded in a lightbox. You can also add the 'flower_imagebox' class to a div and all links to images will be added automatically.
By default be included in the 'default' collection. To create multiple collections either add an id to each 'flower_imagebox' div, or specify a collection name in the rev attribute like so:
The Moviebox works automatically by scanning for links to YouTube, Vimeo, Google Video, MySpace TV, and Vevo pages. It also works on links to certain Quicktime media. Flower will automatically determine if a users browser supports Quicktime, Flash (and soon HTML5.) Then it plays a movie at the default size of 640x360. A title can be added using the title attribute of the link. Size can be changed using the rev attribute:
(Advanced documentation and demos coming soon)
The following classes are set when any content is displayed, allowing all Flower features to be skinned with ease. Be sure to use the !important declaration in your styles as all elements have been styled to a default set of styles already.
a.flower_soundplayer // add to an audio link for inline play
span.flower_soundplayer_inlineplaypause // the inserted play / pause text
div.flower_soundplayer_pageplayer // added to a div for a page player
div.flower_soundplayer_ui // everything before the playlist
div.flower_soundplayer_title // current track title
div.flower_soundplayer_time // current time / total time
div.flower_soundplayer_seekbarcontainer // progress bar background
div.flower_soundplayer_seekbar // loaded progress bar, clickable
div.flower_soundplayer_positionmarker // the little slidey dude
div.flower_soundplayer_controls // the space containing the buttons
img.flower_soundplayer_prev // previous button
img.flower_soundplayer_play // play button
img.flower_soundplayer_next // next button
ol.flower_soundplaylist // the playlist of all the player's sound files
li.flower_soundplaylist_altli // even numbered lis
a.flower_imagebox // add to an image — added to default or specified collection
div.flower_imagebox // add flower_imagebox to a div to create a collection
div.flower_overlay_container // holds the overlay, do not restyle
div.flower_overlay // the semi-transparent backdrop
div.flower_overlay_contentcontainer // the box holding the image/video
img.flower_imagebox_img // the actual image (imagebox only)
div.flower_overlay_captioncontainer // holds the caption and controls
p.flower_overlay_caption // caption
div.flower_overlay_controls // the space for controls
a.flower_overlay_controllink // any control links that appear