WP Likes lets your blog visitors 'like' your posts on the go.
- Fixed the breaking compatibility with PHP version <5.3, removed array_replace usages.
- Enable/Disable WP likes on specific categories. (check settings page).
- Support for %NUM+1%, %NUM-2% etc in texts.
- Shortcode for displaying top(monthly, weekly) posts on a page.
- Change in behavior- like link always shows now, added- "Be the first to like" text.
- Fixed a bug with custom rendering when calling function in theme template.
- Now fully compatible with Google Analytics Plugin by Yoast.
- Major release. Frontend rewritten, renders in single line now. Will break most of your customizations.
- Much easy to modify & translate plugin to your needs.
- Now compatible with WP super cache plugin.
- Smoother and more stable experience. Bug fixes all around.
- Fixed a bug with XHTML validation and sidebar widget.
- The like count appears in RSS feeds now, fixed an issue with loader and like button also showing up in feeds.
- Comment count of popular posts now shown in sidebar widget!
- More fixes with code not working when php version < 5.3 . Probably an end to call_user_func_array() errors.
- jQuery if not present on page, now doesnot wait for the whole page to load. Instead loads as when required.
- Fixed issues with PHP versions < 5.3 where call_user_func_array() was not accepting static class methods.
- Issue with WP Likes and wordpress 2.8.4 where it was appearing while creating new posts should be fixed.
- New function code to freely render pludgin for better compatibility.
- fixed an issue with text when no likes are there.
- changed function_exists to is_callable in code for manually calling WP likes on a post.
- Major release featuring customizing options under settings, admin dashboard and sidebar widgets.
- Changes to UI on posts.
- Ability to hide plugin on front-page and other pages.
- Fixed issues with plugin and XHTML validation.
- Now on you will see the upgrade details before upgrading.
Requires: 2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2011-12-18
4.2 out of 5 stars
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