Camera+ Widget

Activate the plugin then add it to any available sidebar in Appearance→Widgets. The widget uses the newley released Camera+ API.

For question please visit my blog @ http://austin.passy.co

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Download

Latest version: Download Camera+ Widget v0.2 [[zip]] (Downloaded: 1141 times)

Changelog

Version 0.2 (4/15/14)
  • Fix sprintf() error.
  • Clean up code.
Version 0.1.2.1 (2/20/13)
  • Added Slovakian (sk) translation. Thanks Branco at WebHostingGeeks.com.
Version 0.1.2 (9/19/12)
  • Added widget-only tag per Justin’s post.
  • Added link love option to widget.
Version 0.1.1 (4/18/12)
  • Added language pot.
Version 0.1 (3/15/12)
  • Initial release.

Screenshots

  1. camera-plus-widget screenshot 1

    Widget options.

  2. camera-plus-widget screenshot 2

    Widget output.

3 Comments


  1. Thanks for the Camera+ plugin.

    I’m a little unsure how exactly this is suppose to work. I’ve activated the plugin on a website, I own and use Camera+ but unsure how photos get displayed.

    What’s the link between the iPhone’s Camera+ and the website that the plugin is installed on?

    Reply

    1. It’s a widget, so go to your widgets page and add the widget to an available sidebar.

      Reply

  2. Trying to use this (great idea, btw!), but I get this error:

    Warning: sprintf() [function.sprintf]: Too few arguments in (my path)/edselby/wp-content/plugins/camera-plus-widget/camera-plus.php on line 254

    Reply

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