Uses the Scribd API to embed supported Scribd documents (e.g. PDF, MS Office, ePub, and many others) into a web page using
the Scribd Docs Viewer.
|Author:||Eric Boles (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.0.1|
|WordPress version tested:||3.9.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||23-02-2014|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||5 446|
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Adds 2 shortcodes so Scribd documents or documents supported by Scribd (e.g. PDF, MS Office, ePub, and many others) can be embedded into a web page using the Scribd Docs Reader. These shortcodes provide functionality beyond the standard scribd embed shortcode provided in Jetpack by WordPress.com.
Version 2 Now includes shortcode button and configurator in the editor so you easily enter the information you need to embed you documents. Take a look at the screenshots to see them.
- Allows you to embed a document that has been uploaded to Scribd.
- The Scribd document can be public or private.
- Requires both the document ID and the document key:
- [scribd-doc doc="DOCID" key="KEY"]
- Allows you to create a Scribd Reader from a publicly accessible URL.
- Naturally requires that the document type be supported by Scribd.
- Requires both the document URL and your Scribd Publisher API key:
- [scribd-url url="FULL-URL" pubid="YOUR-SCRIBD-PUBLISHER-ID"]
Both shortcodes support many optional parameters provided by the Scribd API:
- width: Define the width of the Reader in pixels.
- height: Define the height of the Reader in pixels.
- page: Set a page number for the Reader to load on.
- mode: Define the player mode (either "list" or "slideshow")
- share: Defines whether the share button in the toolbar is shown, overriding the default (either "true" or "false")
- seamless: If set to "true", puts the player into seamless mode (seamless is only supported by scribd-doc)
If height or width are not set, the Scribd Reader will attempt to size itself correctly.
Note: You will need a Scribd account and a Scribd API key for this plugin to work. You can sign up for a Scribd account at http://www.scribd.com. With a Scribd account, you can get your API key at http://www.scribd.com/developers
Shortcode editor to embed a document that has been uploaded to Scribd. Configures [scribd-doc] shortcode.
Shortcode editor create a Scribd Reader from a publicly accessible URL. Configures [scribd-url] shortcode.
Where do I find the Document ID and Key?
You will find the document ID and key within your Scribd account after uploading a document to Scribd and going looking at the
How do I get a Scribd Publisher Key?
You will need a Scribd account and a Scribd API key for this plugin to work. You will see your Publisher key in your API settings within your account after getting API access.
You can sign up for a Scribd account at http://www.scribd.com. With a Scribd account, you can get your API key at http://www.scribd.com/developers
It doesn’t seem to be working. Am I doing something wrong?
Be sure you’re not prepending your Document Keys or Publisher ID with “key-“ or “pub-“.
How come I can’t see the shortcode button in my editor?
You need to be running WordPress 3.9 or above to use the shortcode button.
- First version
- Added shortcode button and configurator to the editor, making it easier to embed documents. (Shortcode button functionality requires WordPress 3.9+)