Support » Plugin: DrawBlog » versitility of drawblog

Viewing 11 replies - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)
  • Plugin Author randytayler

    (@randytayler)

    Probably not – I haven’t done anything with Sympossium. I can look at that this weekend – but it’d be a premium feature if I had to put time into it.

    How much work did it look like to have drawblog “hook” into wp sympossium?
    I am fairly new to plugin code.

    I was wondering if you had looked at WP Sympossium yet?

    Plugin Author randytayler

    (@randytayler)

    Sorry! I glanced at it for a second, but was sick most of last weekend and didn’t dive into it. I’ll spend some time playing with this Saturday. Where would you like to see it included in Sympossium? Any place somebody can post an entry?

    It would be great drawblog was included in the stream or activities (the same thing kinda like a facebook wall) where members post their thoughts for friends to see. Thank you for being willing to look into it.

    Plugin Author randytayler

    (@randytayler)

    Hey, just a heads up. I looked at Symposium, and I’m not sure I’d have the time to integrate with it. If I did, it’d probably have to be a separate plugin, like “Drawblog for Symposium” or something. Just letting you know.

    Thanks for looking into it; I am fairly new to real-world programming, and had no idea how much work it would be.

    I was curious how many hours did you think it would take you or an experience programer to integrate DrawBlog with WP symposium?

    Plugin Author randytayler

    (@randytayler)

    Hmm. Maybe 20? Probably less. My code isn’t the easiest to decipher, I’m afraid.

    Hey Randy,

    I am trying to understand how your code interacts with wordpress theme.
    Is this the spot where you “hook” into user comment areas of wordpress?

    add_filter(‘comment_text’, ‘drawblog_add_image_to_comment’);
    add_action(‘comment_form’, ‘drawblog_comment_form’);
    add_action(‘comment_post’, ‘drawblog_save_image’);

    Thanks (Understanding php is not easy to begin with but I am trying)

    Plugin Author randytayler

    (@randytayler)

    Yep – that first line hooks into the rendering of a comment’s text, and adds any image the commenter may have left. The second line adds the image canvas to the comment form. The third line adds the save-image functionality to the process of saving a comment.

Viewing 11 replies - 1 through 11 (of 11 total)
  • The topic ‘versitility of drawblog’ is closed to new replies.