A plugin to show your most recent MotionBased activities in the side bar.
It's not enough to just activate the plugin. You need to drag the plugin widget from the 'Available Widgets' area of the 'Widgets' page in the 'Presentation' area of WordPress to the desired position in the Sidebar area.
Did you configure the Widget with your MotionBased.com account name? You need to click on the little icon that is in the right hand area of the widget once you've dragged it to the sidebar. This pops up a window for you to configure the plugin's properties. Once you're done click on the 'X' in the top-right of the pop-up then click the 'Save Changes>>' button.
The WPMB plugin does not require your MotionBased.com password - it derives all of its information from your publicly available MotionBased activity RSS feed.
Have you got the right account name? For example, my MotionBased.com account is 'bargolf', note not bargolf.motionbased.com. You can check you've got the right account name by typing http://.motionbased.com into your web-browser address area. This should show you your MotionBased activity digest.
The WPMB plugin can only access your public MotionBased activities that are currently published through you're MotionBased activity digest. Try entering http://.motionbased.com/rss into your browser and see if it shows you anything. If it doesn't this may be because you haven't uploaded any MotionBased.com activities yet - or you have but you haven't made them public.
Visit MotionBased.com and login using your account details. Go to your 'Digest' page and click on the activity you wish to publish. Then click on the 'Activity Options' link toward the top-right of the activity details page. Make sure the 'Private: Hide from TrailNetwork' tick box is unticked then click 'Submit'.
FIXED - This limitation is no longer present. You can now configure the number of activities to show.
You can! This plugin is derived from code I originally wrote for my FaceBook application 'MyMotionBased'. Just visit http://apps.facebook.com/mymotionbased/ to see what that application can do.