About Webcam Image Handler for WordPressWant an easy way to display your webcam images on a WordPress website?
Outerbridge’s Webcam Image Handler plugin for WordPress allows you to easily transfer images from a remote server, and display them on your WordPress website.
You simply save your webcam images into a folder on a remote server. The plugin does not interact directly with the webcam; it simply collects new images from the remote server as they become available.
You can either grab new images from your server, or batch download all the images at once.
FlexSlider is included with this plugin and can be used to animate your webcam images, just by using the shortcode [obr_display_image image=slider]!
With the Webcam Image Handler plugin, you can use your webcam images for a variety of purposes e.g. illustrate progress on a construction site, display images from a wildlife webcam or document the progress of your self-build home, kit car or home-improvement project. Share your weather cam or security camera images.
There are lots of different display options with this plugin; you can display single images (e.g. the latest image or a random image), all images or even an animated slideshow of your images.
Easy to set up and use via the admin dashboard, this plugin comes with comprehensive instructions, as well as a quick start guide to get you up-and-running in minutes.
Want to See More?Visit the demo site where you can see the Webcam Image Handler for WordPress plugin in action.
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- v1.5 – 30 May 2014 – added advanced admin option to select port number
- v1.4 – 22 January 2014 – added advanced admin options for explicit passive FTP and FTP timeout period
- v1.3 – 12 July 2013 – improved display function
- v1.2 – 07 May 2013 – small bug fix
- v1.1 – 28 March 2013 – added reverse order display options
- v1.0 – 22 February 2013 – initial release
Tested and working great with WordPress 3.9.1