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Help non-profit organizations to spread the word about their activities on the largest possible number of WordPress blogs/sites.

1.2.1 (28 April 2014)

Added the Spanish translation, thanks to Andrew Kurtis http://www.webhostinghub.com/

1.1.2 (17 December 2012)

Added some missing images and fixed a minor bug.

1.1.1 (22 November 2011)

Added some missing images and fixed a minor bug.

1.1 (21 November 2011)

Added the Italian translation - Please help us by translating the plugin in your language! (24 July 2011)

Replaced few lines of a Creative Commons licensed code used to handle the mailing list subscription as per kind request from wordpress.org

1.0.8 (23 July 2011)

All the images and javascript code is now loaded from the same server where the plugin is installed. Last year I tought it might be useful to have the myeasy common images and code loaded from a CDN to avoid having to update all the plugins in the series each time an image changes and to load pages faster; so I moved all the common items to a CDN. Today I received a kind email from wordpress.org letting me know that "there a potential malicious intent issue here as you {me} could change the files to embed malicious code and nobody would be the wiser" and asking me to change the code. I promptly reacted to show everyone that I am 101% in bona fide and here is a new version.

1.0.1 (13 July 2011)

Limiting the number of words to 20 in the widget feed content - even when the "The title and the entire feed content" option is selected. Minor fixes in the code.


This is the first release.

Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.*
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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