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Jetpack buy WordPress.com does all sorts of awesome stuff. I would highly recommend that you use it!
v 3.7.1 on server and XAMPP, works fine on both!
Плагин очень хороший и насыщенный. И к нему очень много дополнений. Но он намертво привязан к сайту wordpress.com , отклик от которого иногда приходится ждать минутами. Установил, попользовался и с сожалением отключил, потому что ждать полной загрузки сайта, которую тормозит этот плагин, никто не будет. Да и сам плагин не рекордсмен по скорости загрузки, надо сказать честно.
Если вас это не пугает - вперед, к приключениям.
Delete this plugin, my website goes more faster!
I love so much this plugin, i put it on my multi wordpress website. It work like a charm. Thank you so much for your work.
I really like these tools. Especially the statistics tool and the comments tool. After activating the comment tool I haven't recieved any spam comments at all. I use several other of these tools as well, and I am happy with them all.
too many bar reviews for a wordpress plugin, there is only one way, try it out
Publicize has been slowly failing, and is now defunct. When I started using Jetpack in August, everything worked fine. As I populated my small, local news site with articles and images, however, Jetpack got quirky.
The wrong pictures would be posted to Facebook. I would have an image of a football game on a field hockey article, for example. Sometimes no picture at all would be posted. Sometimes articles would post to Facebook, sometimes they wouldn't. And it is SLOOOOWWWWWWWW.
I read through the forums and tried to learn about XML and Facebook codes and whatsits (I am not a programmer - hence my liberal use of WordPress and plugins). The forums are absolutely littered with reports of this problem and moderators/developers telling us they can't see a problem, can't reproduce a problem, or just not responding at all. I see Threads closed or marked resolved that most certainly were not; more like someone got frustrated with the complaints and just shut down the discussion.
I double checked image sizes. I made sure publicize was checked. I disabled, uninstalled and reinstalled plugins. I disconnected and reconnected FB and Twitter. Nothing worked.
Anyway, I DID get Jetpack Publicize working correctly and reliably for like a month after some miscellaneous updates (I'll never know which update did it, but whatever). Then problems started again occasionally. Then more occasionally. Then nearly always.
After publicize attached a picture of a Disney character to an obituary, I finally shut off publicize and manually get up every morning and manually cross post my day's articles to Facebook. Today, that stopped working. NO image. I can get text, but this is a news site and I rely on visual.
I go to the next article and it DOES pull an image; the featured image from the previous article that Jetpack couldn't seem to find when I was actually trying to publicize that article. Brilliant.
So here is a summary - 1) Jetpack Publicize works unreliably, if at all.
2) Apparently the Jetpack developers feel Facebook and their magic code is to blame. Maybe it is, but not the point.
3) Threads here go back 2+ years with the same complaints from users, same excuses from developers, many, many updates and versions of WP and JP, and no solutions.
4) Jetpack's components can be replaced by more reliable and better feature plugins in a few minutes.
Let's just get one thing straight - Jetpack Publicize (and sharing for that matter) boasts about its functionality that isn't. Facebook is the top 1 or 2 most visited web site on Earth. Facebook has no obligation to your middling plugin. If you want to play the game, you play using the Facebook rules until someone else comes along. Then you play by whatever rules the new behemoth establishes. That's how it works.
You don't write a program that doesn't work with your host application(s)then claim the hosts need to fix their core. Uh-uh.
If you can't make your program work with WordPress and Facebook - consistently and reliably - then your product is an abject failure, is it not?
I understand it's free, and I appreciate that. But it is also useless. The results can be downright unacceptably embarrassing to my site. I can't use it. Many, many others can't use it. You can make excuses about FB updates all day. Maybe there is no way to write a plugin that will publicize to FB properly. I can live with that. But don't sell me a bill of goods claiming you can if you can't.
Fix Publicize or eliminate Publicize. Period. No more excuses. No more sending virtual newbies on wild goose chases through CSS, PHP, HTML and XML. Enough already.
So unreliable. For most of this year (2013), Jetpack has not updated properly, leaving me to have to upload files manually. It also deactivates itself upon updating, which meant on one blog which I don’t update as often, I’m now missing two months’ worth of stats (which was the only reason I got Jetpack). I find Jetpack deeply frustrating and buggy, and really cannot see the point of it. WordPress would have done better to have left well enough alone with the previous statistics set-up. In fact, Jetpack has been the one plug-in that has made me consider other blogging platforms.
After the latest WordPress (3.7) update my stats quit working. So I disconnected then tried to reconnect. Now all I get is:
Couldn't resolve host 'jetpack.wordpress.com'
Nothing on my site has changed. I have no clue as to why I can't connect.
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