Allows you to show your Second Life online status on any WordPress blog (multiple widgets and shortcodes are possible)
To allow styling of the plugin, the following styles are emitted by the widget:
The whole content of the widget is included inside a
The text before the status is a
span with class
osinsl-before-status. The status itself is
osinsl-status and the text afterwards is
Status unknown (i.e. SL dataserver issues) is styled as
osinsl-problems and the text for an unconfigured widget is styled
The profile picture (if visible) will have the class
osinsl-profile-picture. Users can set the horizontal alignment (using the standard alignleft, aligncenter, alignright classes) but nothing else. Size is limited to 80x80 (all this might be changed).
To style embedded shortcode, change the CSS class for
1.2 and onwards support shortcodes, to embed online status and SL profile pictures inside posts and pages.
The overall syntax is:
[osinsl avatar="<avatar name>" picture="[none|center|right|left]" status="[on|off]" profilelink="[on|off]"]
[osinsl objectkey="<UUID>" picture="[none|center|right|left]" status="[on|off]" profilelink="[on|off]"]
avatar should have a valid Second Life/OpenSimulator avatar name which has an associated online status indicator in SL/OpenSimulator. This will expand to show the online status (e.g. usually online, offline, or an error message if no widget was configured or if the avatar is not being tracked). Note that if you have avatars with the same name on different grids, this will just get you one of them.
objectkey should be the Object Key of an in-world online status tracking object. This should be used alternatively to avatar and is useful if you have several objects tracking your avatar across different grids, all for the same avatar name. Note that object keys may change over time (when they get copied, duplicated, taken back to inventory and rezzed again, etc.) so this should be used only as a last alternative, when you really have several avatars in different grids, all with the same name.
picture is optional and defaults to none (i.e. profile picture is not shown); if the user has set the SL web profile to be visible, this will retrieve their profile picture, and resize it to 80x80. Options are left, right, and center which will provide minimal formatting (additional styling requires CSS; image size is fixed for now; see the CSS section for more information).
If the picture is set, status can be set to off (just show the picture but not the actual status).
If the picture is set, profilelink can be set to on (default is off) to link the picture to SL's web profile page.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.5
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Active Installs: 90+
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