Embedd ipernity images in WordPress in various ways.
ipernity is a France-based media sharing community. It’s a bit like flickr, but without the stupid comments and without the censorship. It’s located at ipernity.com.
You can get the needed data via opening the desired user photo stream, goup page, etc. in your browser and click the RSS icon. Now have a look at the address bar. There is a section
BLAH is the information you want. Put this part (only the
BLAH) in the item field at the widget setup page or in the
item attribute of the shortcode/template tag.
div.ipersscustom. Search for
div class="iperssdivin the source code and check if in the
ipersscustomis present. If not, write a bug report containing your theme and WordPress version please :)
Fine … Now read and try to understand the message ;) Try solving the problems that are described by the message. If you think you solved the problem, but you still see the error message, feel free to contact me.
Maybe ipernity is not accesible at the moment. Please wait a moment and try again. If it still does not work, please have a look at the frontend’s source code and search for your ipeRSS title. Try to find some code that indicates what the problem could be, and write a bug report.
I noticed that during testing. Under unknown circumstances WordPress output dies if the feed that should be parsed is not available for some reasons. I tried to circuit that but it did not work.
In most cases ipernity should work as expected. Maybe it is enough to reload the page.
I’m on it.
Yes, there are. You can easily add ipernity galleries to you blog posts or pages by using
[iperss item="USERNAME /]. See the built-in documentation for other shortcode parameters.
Yes, there is. It’s available as iperss() and takes two parameters. First (obligatory): A string containing the item. Second (optional): An associative array containing some options. Please refer to the built-in documentation.
Yes, both. You can ad as many instances as you want. You can even style them different by using an additional CSS class that can be entered in the widget’s configuration or commited via shortcode parameter or template tag option.
Yes, it is. Simply tick the according widget setup option or provide the shortcode/function parameter setting this option.
Yes, it is. An fully functional example translation (German) including .mo file and .po file is shipped with ipeRSS. Additionally an Esperanto translation done by Kalle Kniivilä (thanks!) is available by default.
The very first versions of ipeRSS fetched the ipernity RSS images feed. Now it uses the ipernity API. Well … this API returns the RSS feed so basically the name still is correct.
I did. If you can do better, please contact me.
According to Wikipedia the Boltzmann constant (k) is the physical constant relating energy at the particle level with temperature observed at the bulk level. It can be calculated by dividing the gas constant by the Avogardo constant. And yes, this question has nothing to do with ipeRSS ;)