wpMyTwitPic takes a twitter users images that have been uploaded to the TwitPic service and displays a custom number of them on a page.
The admin options require a valid twitter username and an integer to define the number of pictures to display.
You can define which page to display the images on by publishing a page with [wpMyTwitPic] in its body. Other text may also be placed above and
under the [wpMyTwitPic] tag. It is suggested that a line break (carrige return) should be placed before and after the tag if any other text is
to be used.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
It is suggested that you install this plugin via the WordPress Add New Plugin page rather than by uploading the files manually.
When someone asks one, then I will put it here!!
- What about foo bar?
In the unlikely event that wpMyTwitPic banjaxs your WordPress installation, please remove the wpMyTwitPic folder from /wp-content/plugins and report
it to me at wpMyTwitPic@jameschorlton.co.uk.
As with everything, don’t hold me responsible if anything does go wrong! My standard disclaimer can be found here http://www.abristolgeek.co.uk/about/disclaimer/
Contributors & Developers
“wpMyTwitPic” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Fix for bug that prevented images showing if they were the only thing on the page.
Added new options to the admin page allowing you to set margins, borders (with colour) for the images. And the ability to thank me for creating the plugin!! 🙂
Also added an extra security nonce to ensure that setting updates are actually from you!
- Make the code smaller!
- Minor bug fix in admin panel. Thanks to Saki for pointing it out!
- This is the first release!