Add a "Pin It" button over your images, so users can add it to Pinterest easily.
After installed, go to your "Settings" menu and select "Pinterest Pin It". There, you'll have several settings you can change.
On the plugin settings page, check the box under the "Advanced" section called "Selected images only". Head on to your post and edit it. If you are using HTML view: just add
class="pinthis" to the image. If a "class" already exists, just add a space to the end of it and type
pinthis. If you are using Visual view, click once on your image, select the "Edit image" button, click on the "Advanced settings" tab and add to the "CSS Class" field
Yes. In the plugin settings window, just type in the class you want to exclude from recieving the button. You can also use the default
nopin class on your images.
Yes. In your post editing, you will see a "Pinterest plugin" box to the right side of your window. There you can select "Disable Pinterest Pin It button on all images in this page".
Yes. Just open the ppibfi_pinterest.css file. You'll find instructions there on how to change your button.
In the WordPress forum (http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/pinterest-pin-it-button-for-images) or, even better (as I check it more often), our bug tracker at https://github.com/canha42/pinterest-pin-it/issues (requires registry).
I enjoy writting this plugin and maintaining it, but it's not something I can afford on a daily basis. Please take into account I have a day job and helping people individually is not possible. Please use the forum listed above to post your problem so even other people can help you. Thanks for your comprehension! :)
Requires: 3.2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-1-10
0 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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