Receives blogs, micro-blogs, and status updates from Ping.fm and posts them to your blog in the best way possible.
void wp_pingfm_status ( [ int
$limit [, string
$prefix [, bool
$permalink ]]] )
Displays status updates in an unordered list (
<ul>). All parameters are
The number of status updates to show. Default value is 10. Depending on your needs and the location on the page, a value between 5 and 15 is usually pretty reasonable.
Some text to display before every status update. Default value is nothing. This can be useful if all of your status updates begin with a verb. For example, you might post "going to the store" from Ping.fm. If your prefix is "Matt is", the final output will be "Matt is going to the store". Neat, huh?
Whether to show timestamps as permalinks, a la Twitter. The archive page is editable via the
If you're using the Twenty Ten theme that ships with WordPress 3.0, you might
put the following into your
<li id="pingfm" class="widget-container"> <h3 class="widget-title">Status Updates</h3> <?php wp_pingfm_status(); ?> </li>
mixed wp_pingfm_latest ( void )
Retrieves the single most recent ping (status update) from the database.
stdClass object representing the latest ping, if it exists. Otherwise,
false. The object will contain the properties listed below. For more
information, dig through the source of the WordPress
ID post_author post_date post_date_gmt post_content post_title post_excerpt post_status comment_status ping_status post_password post_name to_ping pinged post_modified post_modified_gmt post_content_filtered post_parent guid menu_order post_type post_mime_type comment_count filter