Juicer is a service that allows you to enter in the name of your social media accounts (or, if you prefer, hashtags) and Juicer will automatically pull the posts from these feeds and embed them into any of your pages with an easy shortcode. Juicer will automatically update these feeds whenever you create posts for your social media accounts.
To use this plugin you must create an account on http://www.juicer.io. Then you must create a feed and add social media sources to it.
- A beautiful social media feed of your social media content from basically networks: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Google Plus, Tumblr, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vine, RSS, Spotify, Slack, LinkedIn, Flickr, Vimeo, Hashtags, Yelp and DeviantArt.
- Gather your content by @username or #hashtag
- Setup rules & filters to automatically eliminate unwanted content retweets and duplicate posts.
- Moderate and remove your social media content with one click.
- Permalinks to each of your social media posts, optimized for SEO.
- Responsive grid for dynamic layouts.
- Infinite scroll: load more content simply by scrolling to the bottom of the page.
- Auto-approve all your user generated content, or set up auto-moderation filters.
- Custom CSS: Style it to fit your brand or site.
- Advanced Analytics: Find out who uses your social feed, and how they interact with it.
Visit http://www.juicer.io for more information
- What is Juicer?
Juicer is a service that allows you to create an embeddable feed of all your social media accounts. It’s great for increasing brand awareness and engagment and for providing fresh and interesting content for your website with very little work. It auto updates every day, pulling in any new posts, so your feed will always be fresh with your latest social media posts.
- How much does it cost?
Juicer is free forever. No really! There is a paid account that gives you added features like adding more social media accounts, creating multiple feeds and getting detailed social analytics. But if you just want a feed for your website, it’s free forever!
- I only want a few posts showing up, not a huge feed!
Not a problem! There’s a few different ways we can handle this:
Use our widget: Log on to your Juicer account and click on “Edit” for your feed. Then click on “Feed Settings” and change your “Feed Style” to “Widget”. This specific style shows just a single post at a time, and slides through them. It’s simple and beautiful and perfect for putting in a sidebar or a footer, without taking up as much room as a normal juicer feed.
Limit the number of posts: If you want to use a normal Juicer feed, but you don’t want it to be super long there are some additional attributes you can pass into the short code or function
per is the number of posts you want to show up on a page. Default is 100 pages is the number of times you want the feed to add more posts as you scroll (This is known as infinite scroll). By default there is no limit to the number of pages, it will keep going until you've seen all the posts in your feed. If you only want it to add more posts once as you scroll set this to "2" for example.
So if you wanted your feed to only ever display 15 posts you should do something like this:
[juicer name='YOUR_FEED_NAME' per='15' pages='1']
<?php juicer_feed('name=juicer&per=15&pages=1'); ?>
This will show 15 posts, and ensure that your feed doesn’t load any posts beyond the first page.
Make sense? If not, Contact Us and we’ll help you out.
- It’s not working for me!
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Make sure that if your site has jQuery it is using at least version 1.7
Thank you! This is the best plugin
- Make it so if people enter data- attributes in shortcode they will still work.
- Fixing closing
tag on paid accounts
- Check for existance of key in args array
- Don’t show Juicer Branding for paid users
- Map attributes better, clean up code, support older versions of php
- Dynamically generating
ul> based on passed in attributes.
- Adding “after” callback
- Fixing bug with infinite scroll
- Making sure shortcode returns at proper place in page.
- Bug fix
- Making sure Juicer Scripts get called at the top of the head
- No longer need to specify number of columns. Instead control this in your http://www.juicer.io feed editor.
- Embed js no longer includes jQuery, instead it is enqueued into the theme by wordpress.
- Fixing bug in juicer_feed php function
- Updating default feed
- Initial Version