XML Photo Wall / XML Image Gallery / Flash Media Gallery / Video Wall
- No Flash Knowledge required to insert the wall SWF inside the HTML page(s) of your site
- Fully customizable XML driven content
- Customizable width, height and item size
- Unlimited number of images at different sizes (JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF) and SWF support
- Includes support for video objects (FLVs, MP4, M4A, MOV, MP4V, 3GP, 3G2)
- AutoPlay / Previous / Next with timer for each image
- Numeric navigation support
- Time period adjustable from the XML file (in seconds)
- Image description and effects support
- Optionally set the XML settings file path in HTML using FlashVars
- Full Screen mode support
- Download the plugin and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory. Activate through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Download the Free XtremeMediaWall and copy the content of the archive in wp-content folder. (e.g: “http://www.yoursite.com/wp-content/flashtuning/xtreme-media-wall”)
- Insert the swf into post or page using this tag:
- If you want to modify the width and height of the media wall insert this attributes into the tag: [xtreme-media-wall width=”yourvalue” height=”yourvalue”]
- If you want to use multiple instances of Xtreme Media Wall on different pages. Follow this steps: ( you can enter Flashtuning.net and check the 2 examples Xtreme Media Wall of the online demo. )
a. There are 2 xml files in wp-content/flashtuning/xtreme-media-wall/assets/xml folder: wall-settings.xml, used for general settings, and media.xml, used for individual items.
b. Modify the 2 xml files according to your needs and rename them (eg.: wall-settings2.xml, media2.xml)
c. Open the media-settings2.xml, search for this tag
and change the attribute value to media2.xml
d. Copy the 2 modified xml files to wp-content/flashtuning/xtreme-media-wall/assets/xml folder
e. Use the xml attribute [xtreme-media-wall xml=”media-settings2.xml”] when you insert the media wall on a page.
- Optionally for custom pages use this php function: xtremeMediaWallEcho(width,height,xmlFile) (e.g: xtremeMediaWallEcho(960,430,’media-settings.xml’) )