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Cu3er Post Elements

Description

**Cu3er Post Elements plugin displays any set number of your recent posts from a selected category via flash gallery slider/rotator for your Front Page or Header.

Cu3er Post Elements is an integration of an incredible Cu3er flash component.**

The Cu3er is customizable via the plugin’s control panel and uses random effects and transitions for each slide

The plugin is used on http://18elements.com homepage

Installation

  1. Upload cu3er-posts-elements directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Insert <?php if ( function_exists('install_cu3er') ) { install_cu3er(); } ?> into your template file.
  3. Activate the plugin via the Plugins menu.
  4. Configure options via the Settings > Cu3er Settings menu.

**Please note: if your theme doesn’t use wp_head() function the cu3er will not be displayed. Always use wp_head() as a part of your theme.

FAQ

How to install custom fonts?
  • go to your library, right-click and choose “New Font …”
  • under the “Name” field type the name of the font “myFont”
  • select font & style from the respective drop down menus
  • Click “advanced > linkage” and check “Export for Actionscript” and “Export in first frame”
  • Click OK
  • Open ‘ActionScript panel’ and register font by typing following AS code:
    Font.registerFont(myFont);
  • Publish this swf for Flash Player 9 with Actionscript 3, as font.fla
  • Copy published font .swf into the plugin’s directory on the server
Where do I insert the code?
  • Go to your WordPress control panel
  • Select Appearance > Editor
  • Select one of the template files you’d like the Cu3er be inserted into. ( normally: Main Index Template (index.php) or Header (header.php) )
  • Paste the code somewhere on that page. If you’re unsure, go to your index.php, locate get_header(); ?> at the top of the template file, and insert the code right after it. You’ll see the Cu3er appear right under your Header.

Contributors & Developers

“Cu3er Post Elements” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

*Version 0.5.1
bugfix: colorpicker

  • Version 0.5.0
    initial release