Propers provides a RESTful API with the upgrade subscription.
Access Propers from the endpoint http://prope.rs/api
To retrieve props for your account, use this method: http://prope.rs/api/<account_name>, where <account_name> is the unique URL of your public Propers page. Example
All methods return valid JSON. The props method above returns an array of Prop objects. Each prop has the following keys:
You can also request a specific number of props: http://prope.rs/api/<account_name>/<#>. Add a number to the end of the query, and it limits the number of props returned. No error is returned if there are not enough props to reach that number: in that case all props are returned.
All requests are support cross domain scripting, CORS, which means you can access the API server-side or directly from a client. For high traffic sites, we request that you maintain a cache of the API response on your server.
Embed props in Wordpress:
the Wordpress plugin to embed props on your Wordpress site.
After installing, drag the Propers widget in to the widget area. Enter your username and the number of props that you want to display.
Embed props via API:
Retrieve props server-side with PHP.
Retrieve props client-side and render them in a div.
Default CSS Style:
This is Propers default CSS styling for embedding props.