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Cool plugin it works fine and very useful
I am enjoying the plugin but there are some on the backend i cant use. so some featured are applicable and as of now it works fine on my site. Thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful plugin. great job.
Twenty Twelve theme
Jetpack is a great plug-in package -BUT- the way it handles Followers (old Subscribers) opt-in list needs to be improved:
1. Admin management of list: add/delete
2. CSV import/export
Adding these to your next upgrade would be nice!
Excellent plugin pour donner de nombreuses fonctionnalitées supplémentaires
May be a little ton much...
Can't add new service for sharing when this on usign JS.
But a good plugin.
I do like this plugin, but on a few sites I've had weird plugin incompatibilities while using Jetpack. Deactivating Jetpack fixed the issues, but obviously was not ideal. Hopefully those types of issues can get sorted out.
I take an error at Jetpack Notifications in my blog (sonsuzlukkulesi.com).
-10520: Jetpack: [http_request_failed] SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed.
I did not find a solution for this subject for now.
Howdy might be the normal way to greet someone where the plugin developer lives but it certainly isn't normal across the rest of our very big planet!
I have changed the code inside jetpack/modules/subscriptions.php from "Howdy" to "Hi" but still the introduction email says Howdy!!!
I searched and found many post comments etc asking how this "Howdy" word could be change but there was no developer feedback whatsoever as far as I could see.
It might as well say "Heyup", "Hiya", "Alright Mate", "Howrya" "G'Day" ... I hear you say "What the hell does that mean?" ... "Precisely" I say in reply.
It looks like such a great plugin and I would have given this five stars if it wasn't for this silly wording.
Too many things in one plugin. Stats are the best
I've seen people claim you can't disable unwanted features. It is possible to deactivate unwanted modules. For those of you who don't know how to do this, just click on the Learn More button on each module card and the Configure button next to it will become a Deactivate button.
As always there's room for improvement (mainly minor stuff) but I'll list the biggest improvements I feel could be made:
1. When I first activate the plugin, several modules are enabled by default. I've just spent a couple of minutes disabling modules that I didn't need. It would be better if all modules were disabled by default. But the features offered easily outweigh the small amount of time spent configuring.
2. Another thing I'd like to see is two sections. One for active modules and the other for inactive modules. Or, allow the modules to be draggable so I can arrange them to my liking.
3. Please add Buffer to the list of social platforms in the Sharing/Publicize modules.
Another thing, Jetpack Comments will not work with Genesis themes (e.g. Prose) out of the box.
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