Add a "Pin It" button over your images, so users can add it to Pinterest easily.
Images do not resize properly within the theme any longer. Images that are larger than the parent element are now displaying full size, overlaying the page sidebar.
I align my pictures in the right of my entries. While this plugin works fine on centered pictures (which I occasionally use), it forces right-aligned ones to the left, and doesn't allow the text to wrap around.
Does not work with last update, was working fine up to then.
When I activated this plugin it screed up my pages - my text would no longer wrap around my images!
The button works, but shows up on a random spot on the image (though solved by a member in the support forum) and it puts my vertical images underneath each other, instead of the original side to side placing.
I had the following issue:
Kept getting a message about image size, after I adjusted, the button still didn't appear.
I went on the plugin's page of support on wordpress and the plugin's own support, and noticed others had faced the same problem and not got answers.
There's just no support for this plugin and it doesn't seem to work.
Like most blog my site with is responsive. This plugin only works with a fixed width layout, I think that is pretty lousy.
The placement of the Pin It icon was allover the place (sometimes off the image), even though I kept choosing the right alignment in the css section. It also wouldn't add the icon to the gallery images, and messed up the alignment of them.
It also kept adding the pin it button to the social sharing section (I have the share buttons by Lockerz), which was annoying. I noticed in the support forums, other people were having these problems, but they weren't resolved... Needs to be more user friendly!
I've installed this on a few sites with different themes, it doesn't work. Not only does it not work, there's no support. Questions have been waiting for replies for ages.
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