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fw-vimeo-videowall

Description

Displays a user, group, album or channel vimeo videowall with thumbnails or small videos or a list of video titles in sidebar or content.

Choice to use

  • Widget : A widget with custom settings
  • Content Short tags : you can add a videowall to a post or page
  • Template tag : for advanced themes, you can place the videowall wherever you want using a template tag

You may choose to display clickable video thumbnails or titles which will open a window with Vimeo default sized video or small playable videos.
You may choose how many thumbnails or titles you want to display.
You may display video title under its thumbnail.

Localized

  • English
  • French

Screenshots

  • Here are the different ways to use the plugin.
  • If number of views is greater than 20, the plugin uses pagination

Installation

  1. Upload the fw-vimeo-videowall folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. If you want to customize the CSS file, copy fw-vimeo-videowall.css file to your template directory so your styles won’t be overwritten on next plugin upgrade.

Widget

  1. From you template widget menu, slide the Vimeo Videowall widget to your sidebar
  2. Choose your settings
  3. Save widget

Content short tags

You can display a videowall in a page or post by using the [fwvvw] short tag. This tag can take different arguments.
Example : [fwvvw id=30936 source="group" number="10"]

Template tag

You can use the fw_vimeowall_display() function in your template files.
Example : <?php if (function_exists('fw_vimeowall_display')) { fw_vimeowall_display('id=petole&source=user&type=image'); } ?>

Arguments for short tags and template tag

  1. id : the Vimeo user, group, album or channel ID you intend to use. This can be identified in the Vimeo url. Default is “petole”.
  2. source : the source type can be “user”, “group”, “album” or “channel”. Default is “user”.
  3. type : will determine if you want a clickage image of the video or a list of video titles or the video itself to be displayed. Values are “image”, “title” or “video”. Default is “image”.
  4. number : number of thumbnails to display. Default is 4, a 0 value will display all.
  5. width : thumbnail max width. Default is 100. It has no effet if type is set to “title”.
  6. height : thumbnail max height. Default is 100. It has no effet if type is set to “title”.
  7. title : displays the video title under its thumbnail if set to true. Default is false. It has no effet if type is set to “title”. Consider adding a height CSS attribute to div.fwvvw_vthumb.
  8. echo : if true, displays the videowall, if false return the html without displaying it. Default is true.

Contributors & Developers

“fw-vimeo-videowall” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.3.4

  • Corrected bug : Some users observed a cross-domain scripting error when clicking on a video thumbnail to launch the popup viewer (though I could not reproduce this bug). Used plugin_dir_path() and plugin_dir_url() functions instead of outdated constants.

1.3.3

  • Corrected bug : Vimeo api new bug : www.vimeo.com subdomain no longer supported by vimeo API. Use vimeo.com instead of www.vimeo.com.

1.3.2

  • Corrected bug : Cross not closing in certain situations (reported by Remk and Eric)
  • Corrected bug : witdh setting not working anymore (reported by Mark)

1.3.1

  • Corrected bug : Widget title always displays 1 (reported by Sherman)

1.3

  • Corrected bug : display a single video (reported by Jaryd)
  • Added the video title under thumbnail feature (requested by Jaryd)

1.2.1

  • Corrected bug : limited number of videos displayed did not work since 1.2 (reported by Dan)

1.2

  • Corrected W3C issues with id attributes
  • Added pagination feature when number of videos is greater than 20. This is limited by the Vimeo API (Issue reported by weremoose).

1.1

  • Added an option to display a list of clickable titles instead of thumbnails or videos (as requested by Tim Johnson)
  • corrected a bug on CSS choice (default plugin CSS or custom CSS in template directory)

1.0

  • First plugin release