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WP Conditional Digg This Badge

This plugin checks how many Diggs an article has, and shows a "Digg This" badge if it already has 10 Diggs.

This plugin is designed to automatically add a "Digg This" badge to your articles that already have some popularity on Digg. This way you can automatically add badges to your articles without having a bunch of "1 Digg" articles.

The plug-in inserts some Javascript into your articles. This Javascript allows the plug-in to access the Digg API. Through the API, the plug-in determines if your article has enough Diggs (by default: 10). If it does, the "Digg This" badge is displayed. Otherwise, the Javascript is deleted and no badge is shown.

Note on WordPress version: This should work on earlier versions. However, it's only been tested on Versions 2.3.3 and up. If you successfully use the plug-in on an earlier version of WordPress, please leave a comment at the plugin homepage so that I can update the information in this readme.

Requires: 2.3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.3.3
Last Updated: 2008-2-24
Downloads: 1,512

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