A replacement for TwitPic, yFrog, etc, for posting images from Twitter clients to your blog. Creates a post per image.
A replacement for TwitPic, yFrog, etc, for hosting your tweeted images on your WordPress blog - as used by Stephen Fry for uploading his Twitter images to his blog! Creates a post per image. I've got instructions for Twitter for iPhone, and for Twitterific for iPhone/iPad.
Each post created by this plugin contains the image (resized) and the text of the tweet (with hashtags linked to Twitter Search, and URLs linked)
Hashtags from the tweet are converted into WordPress tags. Posts are set to the "Image" post format (requires WP 3.1+).
Includes the option to set a specific Bit.ly account for shortening the URLs of the Tweet Image posts. So if you want to have your tweeted pics on a specific and separate short URL domain from tweeted links, you can do.
Read the Installation instructions for how to set this up on your handheld telephone.
Developers! Developers! Developers! There's lots of handy filters and actions for you to extend this plugin, use a custom post type rather than regular ol' posts, customise the post content, and lots, lots more! Development for this plugin is hosted on GitHub, feel free to raise bugs and submit pull requests.
Translators: Check out the file in the locale folder, translations welcome! Thanks!
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-10-23
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