And once again, even using the iframe, wordpress does not play with embed code from Thinglink. It’s very limited that way
OK, the pix came thru using the embed code given by thinglink but not the interactive icons on the pix
Topline Report April 06-09, 2017
Question Response Frequency Percentage
P1 Now, generally speaking, would you say that things in the country are going in the
right direction, or have they pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track?
Right Direction 925 47%
Wrong Track 1063 53%
Q172 Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President?
Strongly Approve 480 24%
Somewhat Approve 478 24%
Somewhat Disapprove 306 15%
Strongly Disapprove 629 32%
Don’t Know / No Opinion 94 5%
P3 Now, thinking about your vote, what would you say is the top set of issues on your
mind when you cast your vote for federal offices such as U.S. Senate or Congress?
Economic Issues 524 26%
Security Issues 417 21%
Health Care Issues 326 16%
Senior’s Issues 317 16%
Women’s Issues 97 5%
Education Issues 141 7%
Energy Issues 100 5%
Other 67 3%
POL1_1 Who do you trust more to handle each of the following issues? The economy
Democrats in Congress 756 38%
Republicans in Congress 893 45%
Don’t Know / No Opinion 339 17%
POL1_2 Who do you trust more to handle each of the following issues? Jobs
Democrats in Congress 736 37%
Republicans in Congress 893 45%
Don’t Know / No Opinion 359 18%
POL1_3 Who do you trust more to handle each of the following issues? Health care
Democrats in Congress 905 46%
Republicans in Congress 739 37%
Don’t Know / No Opinion 345 17%
Will this code work in free wordpress? It does after I embedded it. In a draft. Now let’s see what happens when I publish it.
Nope, keeps coming up with link only
Finally found the answer. It can’t be done with unauthorized embed code for security reasons in the “shared” WordPress environment. I had long known that some embed code wouldn’t work. And that’s why. More re this
Certain types are allowed, and WordPress has a list here.
This sourcecode add-on will allow you to see all the code<div style="position: relative; width: 500px; height: 425px; max-width: 600px;"> <a href="https://data.cityofboston.gov/w/vwgc-k7be/?cur=AKbupfK9fPt&from=root">https://data.cityofboston.gov/w/vwgc-k7be/?cur=AKbupfK9fPt&from=root</a> </div>
Meanwhile, here's the chart, saved as a screenshot, then converted to an image file and uploaded into Media Gallery.
Well, it must be spring.
It’s Red Sox Opening Day in Boston, and I’m using the occasion to test the Banjo real-time social media filter based on geographic location.
I’ve created a Web widget that circles in on social media posts re Opening Day in a region around Fenway. Let’s see if it works in this version of WordPress.
OK, I see it here in my draft.
Now, let’s see what happens when I preview and publish.
Umm, not showing in preview except as a link. Now I will publish.
OK, only shows as a link when I publish. and when I come BACK to this post — the image version has disappeared and I see just the link. This happened before when I did an embed. Grrr.
Well, as a text preview, this link is bringing me to a slideshow of photos. I’m assuming they are being uploaded in real time, tho I did start capturing them at 8 am today and will do so til 11:30 pm. I could reset that start time and see what happens.
Also, I want to see the MAP showing where posting activity is high. And I want to see better who’s posting. So going back in to get that URL.
Here’s the MAP URL — get an overview, then click on the Fenway area to see specific Red Sox postings. Explore in detail by opening it up and/or going to column atleft of screen. You can see users, which platforms they are on, etc.