Create Media Walls with images, chat, video, and other streaming content.
Use Studio to create Media Wall Apps, which may be embedded onto your web page. Use the Media Wall SDK to create more customized Media Wall experiences for your audience.
Media Wall Features
- Displays content in order based on the date it was published (not on the date the content was created).
- Combines both Livefyre and social media content in a single display.
- Allows users to like content, and to add text or photos directly to your Media Wall.
- Allows your users to share content to Twitter and Facebook. The shared permalink will redirect those who click it back to the piece of content on your Media Wall.
- Allows you to create special styling for Featured Content.
Integrate Media Wall
Media Walls stream live images and other content into a real-time social wall, visualizing all activity surrounding an event.
If enabled, users may post text, images, or video directly to this App. Supported file types include 3GP, ASF, AVI, DV, GIF, JPG, MOV, MP4, MPEG, MPG, PNG, QT, and WMV Videos may be up to 25 MB.
- Allow user posts
- Allows users to add content directly to the Media Wall. Use the checkboxes to select the type(s) of content that may be added: Text , Photo, or Video.
Content posted to a premoderated Collection will be set to Pending for moderator approval before appearing in the stream.
Note: This option is not available for pages without authentication.
- Include Title
- Sets whether users will be required to add a Title when posting text to the App.
- Require Media
- Sets whether Livefyre will require that users post Photos or Video when adding content to the App.
- Items to load
- Sets the initial number of content items displayed.
- Include media modal
- Allows users to click on a photo in the stream to open it in an overlaid popup window.
- Text Configuration
- Allows you to edit the default text for the following post content fields:
- Upload Button Text (What’s on your mind button in the Media Wall.)
- Comment Modal Title (The title for the modal in which users post content.)
- Comment Modal Button (The button users click to post content.)
You can customize Media Wall using: