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Piflasa

Description

Piflasa is a plugin for wordpress that makes it possible to insert a google picasa web album in your post as a flash slide show.

This is the first public version of piflasa. Things iÕm thinking about for the next version are: define background color, display foto titles on/off, display album title on/off, more to come..

Installation

  1. Unzip piflasa.zip

  2. Edit piflasa.php as follow:

    Define below you wordpress URL, for example if you installed wordpress on the following URL:

    http://www.yourdomain.com/wp/

    Change the setting to:

    define(“WP_DIR”, “http://www.yourdomain.com/wp/”); (DO NOT FORGET THE LAST SLASH)

  3. Make a dir named ‘piflasa’ in you plugin dir and upload the the files:

    piflasa.php
    piflasafeed.php
    piflasa.swf
    piflasasplash.php

    Activate the plugin in your admin!

  4. Include a piflasa album in your WordPress post by the following tag:

    [piflasa]FEEDURL|WIDTH[/piflasa]

    FEEDURL is the rss feed of your chosen picasa album
    WIDTH is the width in px of the piflasa window, the height will be calculated automaticly

    So for example:

    [piflasa]http://picasaweb.google.com/data/feed/base/user/USERNAME/albumid/ALBUMID?kind=photo&alt=rss&hl=en_US|400[/piflasa]

    You can find the rss feed link at the bottom right of a picasa album.

    DON’T FORGET THAT YOUR ALBUM MUST BE PUBLIC

    You can give any size for the width, google is offering (as far as information goes) the following sizes:

    1280, 1024, 800, 640, 400, 320, 288, 200, 144, 72

    If you define an other size the size closest will be chosen and scaled in the flash object.

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