Kimili Flash Embed for Wordpress has been rewritten from the ground up and utilizes SWFObject 2.2. It is fully compatible with Wordpress 2.8+ and plays well with most other plugins.
Current Version: 2.3.1
Release Date: April 15, 2013
Archived Versions and Compatibility Notes
If you’re using Wordpress 2.8 or newer, I strongly strongly recommend that you use the latest version of KFE, available above. If you’re using Wordpress 2.5 or older, the latest compatible version of KFE you can use is 1.4.3.
You can download previous versions from 1.4 to the current from the Wordpress plugin repository:
Versions prior to 1.4 are here, should you want them:
If you enjoy using Kimili Flash Embed and find it useful, please consider making a donation. Your donation will help encourage the plugin’s continued development so you can be sure it always works with ever newer versions of your CMS of choice. Besides, when you donate, you will be repaid tenfold in good karma.
To install Kimili Flash Embed on your Wordpress site, just unzip and upload the kimili_flash_embed folder to the
/wp-content/plugins/ directory of your site. If you have an old version of
kml_flashembed.php or a kml_flashembed_wp_xx folder in there, it’s fine to simply deactivate the old version and delete it. Then login to your site administration, go to the plugins screen and simply activate Kimili Flash Embed 2.0.1
In order to add Flash movies to your article posts, use the following syntax:
[kml_flashembed movie="/path/to/your/movie.swf" height="300" width="300" /]
If you’re using the WYSIWYG editor to write your posts, you should see a button on the right end of the toolbar with a red Flash player logo. Click it, and you’ll launch the KFE Tag Generator, which you can use to easily create a KFE tag and drop it into your post or page editor.
The only required attribute in a KFE tag is
movie. See the KFE home page for all available attributes and advanced usage.
Please refer to the Kimili Flash Embed FAQs section to help resolve the most common issues people come across when using KFE.
If you come across a bug or an incompatibility, please contact me with the specifics. I will do my best to rectify it as quickly as possible.