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WordPress and Flash 10x Cookbook

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WordPress and Flash 10x Cookbook

Overview of this book

WordPress is much more than just a blogging platform now. This flexible CMS is the power behind millions of URLs, including blue-chip companies, small business, and personal websites. Flash is a world-famous multimedia platform. This book will show you the best of the proven and popular strategies and techniques to deliver rich multimedia content, which will let you sail through the world of Flashy Wordpress with ease.This book will take you through clear well-formed and comprehensive recipes, through the most essential and useful Flash multimedia tools for Wordpress available today including plugins for images, audio and video, as well as projects you can do yourself in Flash. It helps you to create a Wordpress website full of Flash content. We show the big picture by providing context, best practices and strategies. Detailed instructions are provided for each section. This book provides you with the shortlist of the most essential Flash tools for creating a dynamic and media-rich website or blog, and shows you how to implement these on your site. The sections on Flash are intended to give you the option to create custom .swf files, giving you an alternative to plugins that already exist. The book will show you how to configure Flash content in your WordPress site/blog for maximum SEO, introduce Flash content to your Wordpress with and without plugins, import image feeds, use lightbox effects, and much more.
Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Wordpress and Flash 10x Cookbook
About the Authors
About the Reviewers
WordPress Resources
Flash Resources

WebTV plugin (Version 0.6)

The WebTV Plugin, by Edgar de León, helps you distribute your video content. When you publish video using the WebTV plugin, the video will not only be published on your site, but it will be uploaded to a configurable list of popular distribution channels, including YouTube, Blip, and Vimeo.

The English language support page is

How to do it...

  1. 1. In your dashboard, navigate to Plugins | Add New. Search for "WebTV."

  2. 2. Click Install, then Activate.

  3. 3. Visit the plugin configuration panel at Settings | WebTV.

  4. 4. Here, you will enter the username and password for each video distribution channel you want to use: YouTube, Vimeo, and

  5. 5. Click Save to save your changes.

  6. 6. Create a new post by clicking Posts | Add New.

  7. 7. Give your post a title and put at least one word in the body. Under Publish (directly to the right of the title), click Save Draft.

  8. 8. Now, directly under the post body, look for the WebTV Status...