Edu-pumkin II – The Bava
I had to make a hole in the back of Jim’s head to let some of the hot air out. Still needs some work though as the candle keeps going out.
1 You should see what Santa looks like in our house.
>>>>>You can find an updated version here. As WordPress and Google Drive continue to blend in a variety of ways the desire to embed the contents of Google Drive folders has come up a few times. I found this Stack Overflow post a while back and had been using it myself. But in an attempt to get around iframe issues and make it a little friendlier I wrote a quick and dead simple plugin today. It seems to do the trick . . . Directions Assuming the plugin is installed and activated . . . Go to Google Docs. Get the unique ID for the folder you want to embed- seen in the highlighted portion of the URL in the image below. Then paste it between the shortcodes like so . . . and you get a nice little window that acts as a live interactive portal to the folder.
[snap url=”http://blogs.henrico.k12.va.us/21″ alt=”Preview” w=”400″ h=”300″] The thumbnail above was generated through the WordPress Snap plugin using the code above. It’s a quick easy way to add visual elements to your site. It seems to take a while to create for sites not already in their database but it opens up some really nice options. I’ve often wanted to automatically put thumbnails into posts linking to URLs but all the previous ways I found to do it relied on companies I didn’t like or had other shortfalls that ruled them out. There are a number of projects where we’d like to have this happen. We’ve been using Press This but in some cases I wanted to make the image addition automatic to simplify things for the author. I sat here for a few minutes and figured I could probably make this happen if I knew how to code stuff. I don’t know how to code but I figured I’d try anyway. Below is my first stab was at messing with the bookmarklet that allows the Press This to work. First stop, WordPress Codex – documentation there was somewhat sparse. I couldn’t find the word “via” which shows up when you use Press This so I now knew there had to be something else involved in how this works. I wandered around […]