This plugin for WordPress 2.5 and above simplifies the embedding of Scribd iPaper documents in blog posts.
Yes, it is. Without the access key, Scribd will refuse to embed the document. This is not a limitation of this plugin; Scribd enforces it for all Flash embeds.
Yes, you can. Although there is no administration panel at the moment (we're keeping the plugin simpler and light),
you can edit the
scribd-ipaper.php file and change the height and width variables there.
The default height is 600 pixels, and the default width is 450 pixels.
Yes, there is. The
[scribd] tag was added to support
key as a shorter form of
accesskey, to be compatible with the WordPress.com code, and to be future-proof, wheras the
[ipaper] tag is retained for backwards-compatibility.
In simpler terms, you must specify
accesskey when using the
[ipaper] tag, and you must specify
key instead when using the
Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 2010-3-19
Active Installs: 700+
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