MYC4 bid importer
The "MYC4 Import" plugin can be installed by following this steps:
1. Unzip "myc4-import" archive and put all files into your "plugins" folder (/wp-content/plugins/) or to create a sub directory into the plugins folder (recommanded), like /wp-content/plugins/myc4-import/ 2. Make sure the webserver can write files and create folders inside the folder wp-content/myc4 on Unix this should do: mkdir wp-content/myc4 chmod 777 wp-content/myc4 3. Activate the plugin 4. Inside the WordPress admin, go to Settings > MYC4 import, adjust the parameters according to your needs, and save them. The format for your MYC4 feed link is: https://www.myc4.com/RSS/UserBidsRSS.ashx?c=<UserID> To find your UserId view your investor profile from https://www.myc4.com/Invest/Investors and look at the last number in the url, that's your MYC4 id The templates for the post title and content use the values storred in the $b array. Here are the possible values you can use: <?=$b['name']?> - name on Myc4 profile <?=$b['smallimg']?> - full link to the avatar image ( locally hosted ) <?=$b['cimg']?> - full link to country flag image ( locally hosted ) <?=$b['largeimg']?> - full link to large image ( locally hosted ) <?=$b['cname']?> - country name <?=$b['shortDesc']?> - short description, the one you can see on the loan page <?=$b['longDesc']?> - long description, this is the one from the "Background" page <?=$b['largeimg']?> - the first large image from the "Background" page. <?=$b['amount']?> - bid amount <?=$b['irate']?> - interest rate <?=$b['link']?> - link to profile page 5. click Import and Publish Bids to fetch your active bids from myc4 and import them as posts in your blog.
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8
Last Updated: 8 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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