The first Facebook integrated WANT Button for WordPress.
Minor fix for an appended slash that waywardly made it to the settings page. Goodbye appended slash, you will not be missed. Legal department says we need more capitals. DON'T WORRY LAWYERS, MORE CAPITALS ARE ON THEIR WAY.
Clarified the required fields on posting with the actual WANT button. There are no requirements on the actual posting of it - here's clarification in case you don't remember or didn't read the 1.1.0 notes: - If you leave the Merchant Name field blank, it will default to the Blog Name. - If you leave the Product Detail URL blank, it will default to the URL of the blogpost. - If you leave the Product Name blank, it will default to the title of the blogpost. - If you leave the Price blank, it will default to N/A (or 0, depending on how you want to look at it) - If you leave the Image URL blank, it will default to our image picker.
Big update here, sorry, but this should break some previous functionality, there's some things about php and WordPress I'm still getting the hang of. - Take out the jQuery stop if there's something wrong in the fields, we have an autofill if the parameters are empty. - Image picker, this is newly built into our button, and by leaving the image url field blank and having an image in your post, it will allow you or the user to select the image. - Settings page, for turning buttons on, on all your pages (where you have to turn off specific pages), or for turning buttons off on all pages (where you have to turn on specific pages) - Alignment of button in settings, default to after your post and lower left corner, but can now be set to upper left, upper right, upper center, or lower left, lower right or lower center. There's a visual representation on the actual settings page. - Button styles! We offer ecommerce merchants 4 different buttons, so we have brought those buttons to WordPress now. There's 3 different horizonal buttons, and 1 vertical button. The vertical button takes up a reasonable amount of vertical real estate, but if that's what you want, the option is available to you.
I had to update our license, I don't think it's under GPL, the intent isn't so that you can do whatever you want with the plugin. If you want modifications, please let me know, but the idea is that it'll give you, the publisher, a bridge to Facebook timelines. We post the products on wanttt.com, where your products and images can be further circulated.
Now shouldn't break the media uploader. My bad, guys.
Greatly improved screenshots. Nothing to see here, move along.
Greatly improved readme.txt
Creation of plugin