The “Related Ways to Take Action” WordPress Plugin makes it super easy to connect your readers to ways to take action based on the content of your
In order to maintain proper performance on your blog (and be as unobtrusive as possible), if the Social Actions' API doesn't respond in a timely manner, the "Related Ways to Take Action" plugin will essentially turn itself "off" for that particular post, for that particular page view. This sort of thing should occur very rarely.
Much like the above question, depending on the circumstances, if Social Actions' Open API doesn't respond favorably, the plugin will react accordingly. Occasionally, that means it will display a previously cached result for that particular post, for that particular page view. This is done purely in the interest in maintaining your blog's proper load times. This sort of display should happen rather rarely, however.
The "Related Ways to Take Action" plugin can be disabled for a particular post by using the tag %NORA% somewhere within your post. The plugin will recognize and remove the tag while disabling itself for that post.
The "Related Ways to Take Action" plugin uses the WordPress hook wp head (http://codex.wordpress.org/Hook_Reference/wp_head) to properly link the stylesheet included in its root directory. If the related actions appear to be drastically different on your blog than on other blogs, the wp head hook is probably not being called from your template.
To check, please search for wp head() within your WordPress template. If it's not to be found, you can either insert it in the proper place within the template or add the CSS in ra style.css to the CSS for your WordPress blog.
Yes! The CSS file used can be found in the root directory of the plugin, ra_style.css. Feel free to edit it to your heart's desire!
Requires: 2.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.7
Last Updated: 8 years ago
Active Installs: 70+
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