Provides a WordPress interface for SWFObject 2, the best way to embed Flash content on any site.
great plugin - works like it says
This is actually a lot simpler to implement than the instructions suggest (far toooo many options, most of which you can ignore). Basically there are a two stages to do to make this work after installing the plugin and activating it:
1st upload your *.swf movie via ftp to the folder of your choice, which is easier if you choose the root directory (your public html folder of your website). You cannot use the Media uploader within wordpress as its not allowed for this file type.
2nd you will find on your Pages editor toolbar a new red flash logo button called "insert a kimili flash embed tag" if you hover your mouse over it. Position your mouse on the page where you'd like to insert the movie, Click this embed tag button and simply enter the name of the flash file in the SWF Definition section. Now the important bit: you MUST include the path before the filename, so if you've put the file in the root directory simply precede the file name with / , for example /mymovie.swf . You can specify height and width, then click the Generate button and it should insert something like this into your page :
[kml_flashembed publishmethod="static" fversion="8.0.0" movie="/mymovie.swf" width="600" height="450" targetclass="flashmovie"]
That really all there is to it, unless you need some specific settings you don't need to do anything else. If this doesn't work see the Support pages, that's what I did but as I say the instructions do seem to over-complicate it.
Excellent Interface with easy to understand input fields. I've tried other flash embed plugins, but this one actually works and it generates the code for you... stop messing around with those other plugins that make you learn short codes and their options and get this!
It just works. No problems. Easy to configure.
Does the plugin still work with the last update? It does not on my site... any other?
I tried a few different flash embedders. This plugin looked sophisticated, but it is not aware of the library contents and it placed the generated code right on top of my editing window, not at the cursor. Plus the description screenshot was quite different from the real plugin.
Really easy to use to embed SWF animations hosted on other web-sites.
Beware - Seems to make the entire screen flash when navigating pages in the live site. I uninstalled and the problem went away. Then I re-installed and the problem came back immediately. Then I uninstalled again and it went away.
There's nothing to get you started. It's like if they made it for themselves. I have no clue how to use this thing and there's no help anywhere to be found.
The popup to insert tags doesn't work. Then when I manually inserted the short codes, they didn't work either. This plugin is faulty!
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