Insert Flash content into WordPress using shortcodes.
|Author:||Matt Carpenter (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.5|
|WordPress version tested:||3.0.5|
|Added to WordPress repository:||13-05-2008|
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:||75 116|
|Active installs:||4 000+|
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This plugin enables inserting flash content into WordPress posts and pages with shortcode. The resulting embedded Flash implements the SWFObject library for XHTML compliance and cross-browser compatibility.
- Easy install
- Upload and embed Flash media using WordPress's native media tools
- Insert Flash objects with simple short code
- Supports all Flash param options including flashvars, wmode and allowFullscreen
- Granular level of control allows easy overriding of default options
<object>code for RSS compatibility
- Uses SWFObject 2.2 for greater browser support
- HTML5 compliant, allowing enhanced alt content for browsers without Flash plugin
Insert Flash content into a post or page using the Flash media button, or simple shortcode:
[swfobj src="movie.swf" height="250" width="400"]
For more information visit the plugin website
You can change the default settings for embedding Flash content.
SwfObj allows easy embedding of Flash content into posts using media buttons.
Advanced options for embedding Flash content are also available.
SwfObj adds a Flash media type to the media library.
Can I use the ___ embed option? How?
All Flash embed tags are made available through the SwfObj plugin. Most are set using the identical option in the swfobj embed code. For example, to set wmode to transpart you would use the following shortcode:
[swfobj … wmode=”transparent”]
For more documentation, refer to the plugin website. If you do come across an option that isn’t currently supported, please let me know.
Why isn’t it working? I’m using WP 2.3
This plugin uses WordPress’s shortcode API. A feature which was added to WordPress in version 2.5. All versions of WordPress prior to this release, unfortunately, are incompatible with this plugin. Sorry.