in the client, those values are stored in ajaxify.data
For your jQuery, you don't append a closing tag, it does that automatically. When you want to insert the element into the div, you need to use appendTo(). Also, unless your label has additional data, I recommend using html() instead of text().
Here's a fiddle. I also added an ID to the new label so it isn't added more than once.
I was just going to let you take most of the credit. It's still your plugin, and you helped me make the modifications. I'm working on a new modification now, though. I'm trying to get the presentations to embed into an area of the user's profile.
Right now, I'm testing it with the Fullname field on the profile, by entering the URL of the presentations (instead of a human name) and seeing if it parses into an embedded slide show.
Would this be easy to accomplish? If not, are there any hints you could give me @a_5mith ?
So far, I've edited the library.js file and replaced data.post and data.post.conent with data.fullname and data.fullname.content. I've also tried changing the hook in plugin.js from:
Depends, if you're doing largely front-end code (like embedding an iFrame to some chat application) then a widget works best. If you want to modify the API or save things into the database, then a plugin is right for you.
I think your best bet is to figure out what you need to do, and then find a plugin that does something similar, and modify that plugin, or take code from it (it's open source afterall ;))
Had half a year to waste because it was too late to switch school level (I'm not even going to bother trying to translate this into weird USA school terms :P), I already knew quite a bit of MIPS (PSP hacking) by then, and wanted to try something else.