I just switched over from Robert’s Wordbook to your excellent Wordbooker. Significant improvements; thanks very much for taking this on – you’ve done a fantastic job.
I looked through the code and noticed that my WPG2 addition made it into your code, but unfortunately something isn’t working properly. I wonder if I could beg you to look into this further.
WPG2 is a tool that connects Gallery2 with WordPress. Gallery2 is an image storage database. The three work really well together, and the missing link is your software that takes a blog post and shoots it off to Facebook.
In the WordPress post, I add images with the WPG2 chooser, which adds html-like tags as follows:
This tag should be translated into the HTML link as I wrote on your blog way back in May: http://blogs.canalplan.org.uk/steve/2010/05/19/revisiting-old-code/
What’s happening is unclear. I turned on the advanced diagnostics and get the following:
2010-10-11 13:53:50 Post Images : http://will.sitch.org/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=2296&g2_serialNumber=2 ( )
2010-10-11 13:53:50 Post Images : http://will.sitch.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/IMG_3757-300×200.jpg ( )
(the first link is a WPG2 link, the second is one added with the WordPress “add an image” interface)
The post that goes to facebook looks like this:
(pic of the img_3757, added through the wordpress interface)test1 3975 test2
So for some reason the WPG2 image reference is being sent through as text; it’s not being decoded as a link!
Ideas? I’d love to get this working.
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