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PHP should be able to handle it, but I'd recommend installing this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wplupload/ I've been using it quite a bit lately, and I've found it to work quite well. Basically, it changes the uploader to use the plupload library, and gives chunk uploading in modern browsers, amongst other things. It will essentially bypass ...


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70-80MB is really not that large. Easily handled by the Flash uploader if your server is properly configured. Hell, I have a 2 gigabyte upload limit on my site. :) When they're writing the new "post", they just click the add media button above the toolbar and upload it. It gets saved as an attachment that's tied to the post and bam, done. Parsing ID3 ...


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When you're referring to using oEmbed codes, I'm assuming that you're referring to WordPress' ability to take a URL to media (such as one from YouTube) and automatically embed that into a post. If that's the case, then you can take advantage of the embed_oembed_html hook that WordPress provides. Here's how you can do it with a custom function: function ...


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I would recommend that you have your theme require the wordpress.org version of the wpaudioplayer plugin. There is a great article about having themes check for and require plugins. As is well-argued on this WPSE answer, it's not a great idea to take code from a plugin and include it in your theme because you miss future updates and it might be ...


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Here is what I do in our church: We use both audio files and video for our services, both live and on demand. The best solution I was able to come up with was a combination of wordpress and another server cluster running the Adobe flash communication server software. In a nutshell, I use adobe media encoder during the service in order to capture the live ...


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Indeed, the "Insert video" action does not do much beyond creating a link. WordPress does not contain a generic player that can play any video hosted anywhere on the internet, but it does support something better: embedding via oEmbed. This means you can put the URL of the video page in your content, and it will replace it with the proper embed code - if the ...


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this is a simple function that will add an item to the cart. you could tie this to an ajax call and pass whatever POST vars you want, obviously product id, quantity, etc.. function my_add_to_cart(){ global $wpsc_cart; $product_id = 1; $args = array(); $args['quantity'] = 1; $args['variation_values'] = null; $args['provided_price'] = ...


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upload the file and add the item to the cart in one process, passing the filename as extra meta data with the cart item. if they remove the item from the cart, you can delete the file so you don't have abandoned files.


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rename your intro html file front-page.php and put it in your template directory, then create a dummy 'intro' page in WordPress and set that as your front page.


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The wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wplupload link is AMAZING. I did everything I could to fix this issue and nothing worked. The plug-in may not be seem to be the geekiest way to go, but it works so well I dedicated a web page to it for others - http://www.abiblecommentary.com/howtofixhttperrorinwordpressblog Thank you! Brad www.abiblecommentary.com


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you can achieve that in many ways, PHP, plain Javascript, Jquery...depending on many other variables in your theme / app. I could list pros and cons for all methods , but it is not the right place .. In php for example, you could use browser detection both directly on user agent OR with get_browser() . simple example : ...


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You can use something like this: Embed this script: http://jquery.lukelutman.com/plugins/flash/jquery.flash.js Then in your functions.js (function($) { $(document).ready(function (){ $(".flash").click(function(e) { $(this).parent().empty().flash({ src: $(this).attr('href') }); ...


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Google Chart API Free service, that generates chart images (hosted and served by Google) from data in URL requests. If you need something very specific and of fixed parameters it is easy to hardcode most of it and get away without any library (and licensing issues) at all. Disadvantages: not suitable for sensitive data (passed to and from Google over ...


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Highcharts Highcharts is a charting library written in pure JavaScript, offering an easy way of adding interactive charts to your web site or web application. Supports: line spline area areaspline column bar pie scatter chart types License and Pricing Non-commercial - Free under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 License. Commercial ...


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Google Chart Tools (https://google-developers.appspot.com/chart/interactive/docs/index) has already been mentioned. Just two corrections to the description already given: (1) When using that library, you populate the chart with data by handing a Google DataTable object to the appropriate functions. Since you build that DataTable in your own Javascript, ...


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Upload your files over FTP to some dedicated location, like wp-content/flashbook/ or wp-content/uploads/flashbook/, and manually include the markup in your page. Presumably, the Flash only runs on one page so this shouldn't be too cumbersome. Actually embedding Flash isn't as simple as linking to it, but there is plenty of information on the web. This is ...


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Create a widget without an input filter and add your banner code to it. And welcome to WordPress Stack Exchange! :)



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