Pretty basic plugin. Install the plugin & to use simply add the shortcode (example below) to any Page or Post. If your web host allows the functions cURL or file_get_contents it will pull in the raw HTML from the url given in the shortcode. No setup, no options.
or, if you’re feeling nice and want to add the “Powered by preVU” at the bottom:
[preVU url=”http://pre.vu/clients/mhotc/” poweredby=TRUE]
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Upload ‘prevu.php’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Place ‘[preVU url=”http://pre.vu/clients/mhotc/” poweredby=TRUE]’ in your Page or Post
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Contributors & Developers
“preVU” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Removed all traces of old domain name
- Made it easier to debug issues
- Added support for WordPress 3.0 by including class-http.php file
- Added additional error check for 404 Not Found
- Was initiating jQuery wrong
- Now using built-in WP_Http
- fsockopen was throwing errors
- Compatibility tweaks
- Added compatibility up to 3.3.1
- Backup server changed
- Added compatibility up to 3.2.1
- Upgrading main server and dropping backup server capabilities
- Silly variable names, Trix are for kids!
- Missed removing debug code from production
- Added a redundancy server if main server is down
- Increased server down check to 30 seconds & removed email alert (was getting multiple alerts)
- Added check for server down (must take less than 5 seconds to get content); otherwise email is sent to me
- Didn’t test 1.3 enough, apparently 😉
- Added fixed for open_basedir
- Added id tag to poweredby DIV
- Added support for fall-back methods: in order it will try 1) cURL 2) file_get_contents 3) iframe
- Initial Launch