PodoMatic on WordPress

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  • #585888

    suneweile
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    WordPress can’t seem to embed the PodoMatic player, while other blogs can. Is there some solution?
    Sune

    The blog I need help with is suneweile.wordpress.com.

    #586087

    If you click Share Podcast then Embed a Player, you get a WP button that will create an auto-post in your blog.

    If that fails, you can copy the embed code and convert it into a working shortcode as shown here:
    http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2010/07/22/gigya-shortcode-3-widgets/

    #586094

    suneweile
    Member

    Thanks for the quick reply! The auto-post only puts af link, not an embedded video, unfortunately. And I’m not much into html-coding. Is there som program that would do the trick? Or would it be a standard coding, so I would just need to get it right once?

    #586098

    Here’s a sample auto-post I got via the WP button:
    http://panosdemos.wordpress.com/2011/03/19/podomatic/

    Link to something you tried to embed please.

    #586100

    suneweile
    Member
    #586104

    Ah. The steps I suggested above refer to this page:
    http://weile.podomatic.com/

    But the player they embed won’t work in your case because of the filetypes.

    Click Embed on the page you linked to, customize the player, copy the code, paste it here between backticks and I’ll convert it for you.

    #586141

    suneweile
    Member

    Ok. Thank you very much!

    <object width=’580′ height=’385′>
    <param name=’wmode’ value=’transparent’></param>
    <param name=’menu’ value=’false’></param>
    <param name=’movie’ value=’http://weile.podomatic.com/swf/joeplayer_v16.swf’></param>
    <param name=’flashvars’ value=’minicast=false&jsonLocation=http%3A%2F%2Fweile.podomatic.com%2Fentry%2Fembed_params%2F2011-03-18T04_38_01-07_00%3FautoPlay%3Dtrue%26facebook%3Dfalse%26height%3D385%26minicast%3Dfalse%26rtmp%3D1%26width%3D580′></param>
    <param name=’allowFullScreen’ value=’true’></param>
    <param name=’allowscriptaccess’ value=’always’></param>
    <embed src=’http://weile.podomatic.com/swf/joeplayer_v16.swf’
    flashvars=’minicast=false&jsonLocation=http%3A%2F%2Fweile.podomatic.com%2Fentry%2Fembed_params%2F2011-03-18T04_38_01-07_00%3FautoPlay%3Dtrue%26facebook%3Dfalse%26height%3D385%26minicast%3Dfalse%26rtmp%3D1%26width%3D580′
    wmode=’transparent’
    menu=’false’
    type=’application/x-shockwave-flash’
    allowscriptaccess=’always’
    allowfullscreen=’true’
    version=’10.0.0′
    width=’580′ height=’385′></embed>
    </object>

    #586146

    [gigya src="http://weile.podomatic.com/swf/joeplayer_v16.swf" flashvars="minicast=false&jsonLocation=http%3A%2F%2Fweile.podomatic.com%2Fentry%2Fembed_params%2F2011-03-18T04_38_01-07_00%3FautoPlay%3Dtrue%26facebook%3Dfalse%26height%3D385%26minicast%3Dfalse%26rtmp%3D1%26width%3D580" wmode="tranparent" allowscriptaccess="always" allowFullScreen="true" width="580" height="385" ]

    But I would advise against autostart.

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