Bloggersnap is yet another useless gadget for bloggers: it lets your visitors take a snapshot live with their webcam and publish it instantly into your blog pages.
Original Bloggersnap service let you embed the image into a unfriendly iframe. So I’ve just written this small plugin in a rush to embed this service into your weblog, without iframes.
This script is licensed under GPL (or I should choose the LGPL? You see a Flash movie to take snapshots).
- Download Bloggersnap Wordpress Plugin
- Unpack into your plugins directory
- Register an account at Bloggersnap.com if not yet registered
- Enable it into your plugins list page
- Visit the Bloggersnap options page (menu is in the plugins page) and fill the form with your username code identification
- Edit your theme’s sidebar (wp-content/themes/yourtheme/sidebar.php) and add the wp_bloggersnap() function code
There isn’t any straight notice about making a link to bloggersnap website, so I didn’t, but you see, while you’re taking the snapshot a link to the service’s website appears into the tiny flash interface.
To embed your visitor’s snapshot you must use the following code in the sidebar:
If you don’t pass any argument to the function above, you’ll get the default output:
<img src="..........." />
To show custom html code, you can pass for example:
wp_bloggersnap('','Take a shot!',' ');
Plugin is missing of gallery support, if you want it I could code for free. Just offer me a payed subscription to Bloggersnap so I can debug ghgh: .
Wordpress Widget support is missing, I don’t like widgets. So if you want some and you can code php, send it to me I’ll join your work into sources under the GPL .