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WP Photo Sphere

A filter that displays 360-degree panoramas taken with Photo Sphere.

How to add a panorama?

Use the Add a panorama button to upload or choose a panorama to insert into your post.

How to change the dimensions?

By default, the dimensions are 560 x 315 pixels but you can change that in the options page (in the Settings menu).

You can also choose different dimensions for each panorama using the width and height attributes. For example: [sphere 42 width="200" height="400"] or [sphere 42 width="50%" height="300"].

A maximum width can also be given with the attribute max_width. Its default value can be changed in the options page.

Can I change the automatic animation?

By default, panoramas are automatically animated after 2000 milliseconds, but you can change this with the anim_after attribute. You can also deactivate the animation with the value -1. For example:

[sphere 42 anim_after="5000"]

or [sphere 42 anim_after="-1"].

Is it possible to autoload the panorama?

Since the version 1.1, you can specify, for each panorama, a special attribute: autoload. If you use this attribute, the panorama will start automatically after the page has loaded. This attribute doesn't require any value, for example: [sphere 42 autoload] or [sphere 42 width="300" height="150" autoload].

Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-2
Downloads: 3,060


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