Facebook no longer supports read_stream permission
If user already had a license key, don't hide it
No more license keys version! SharePress can now be used to publish to Facebook and Twitter without the need to purchase a license key. You can read about this decision here
Remove "share_item" scope request
Version bump: compatible with WordPress 4.2.1
Update Facebook setup to require new page-posting permissions
Fix notice errors on settings screen
Version bump: compatible with WordPress 4.0
Facebook permissions update
Compatible with WordPress 3.9
Admin utility for flushing settings
Gracefully fix twitter authentication keys
Added new support ticket system
Version bump: compatible with WordPress 3.8.1
Added: Filter "sp_auto_flush_fb" for disabling Facebook cache flushing: just return false
Fixed: in MU environments, blog admins can't run SharePress setup
Compatible with WordPress 3.8
Fixed: Hide the wait spinner when there are SharePress validation issues on publish
Fixed: Default value for "append_link" was "1" instead of "on", so radio field on settings screen was empty
Fixed: Changed wording of notification that links users to the SharePress settings page after plugin installation
Fixed: Made License Key field visible ahead of Facebook App setup
Fixed: Wrong link for creating a Facebook app
Fixed: Clearer instructions for Site URL, App Domains, and Sandbox mode settings
Fix syntax for older versions of php
Added: Finally, pro users can hide their personal wall using custom filters. Refer to the instructions in sharepress-mu.php
Added: more detailed sharepress error email when multiple open graph tags exist
Fixed: facebook cache buster the old one is behind a login now! Uses api call.
Added: a link to the posts editing page to kick the facebook linter for a published post
Fixed: a couple of og:meta bugs
Compatible with WordPress 3.7.1
Version bump: compatible with WordPress 3.7
Note: though we increased og:image image size in version 2.2.18, the Facebook API appears to only use small thumbnails for links posted this way; but rest assured we'll be prepared to support larger images if and when Zuck changes his mind... which happens all the time.
Take advantage of new, larger image sizes in Facebook posts
Fix bug where scheduled/delayed posts would fail.
Version bump to fix bug in deployment script
Change: Strip html tags out of og:title
Fixed: No more unintentional posting of pages and custom post types!
Fixed: Unlocked version was posting "null" in status message
Fixed: If user unchecks "Same as title" and leaves the message box empty, don't fill it up automatically
Added: Hourly cron job that pings the Facebook API, helping to ensure stored access token stays current
Fixed: Stop caching Bit.ly API results
Fixed: When publishing via XML-RPC, post meta would have title "Auto Draft" and default WP shortlink
Fixed: After setting up Facebook app, user was being redirected to options-general.php instead of options-general.php?page=sharepress
Fixed: More orphaned Fancybox stuff (sorry!)
Fixed: Orphaned bit of JS from when Fancybox was part of SharePress
Added: Allow SharePress to be disabled globally with sharepress_enabled filter
Fixed: There was a bug in the setup step, preventing some users from getting past SDK connect... yikes
Added: Delay configuration now visible from post management screen
Added: The ability to delay new posts from being posted to SharePress for a user-defineable amount of time.
Fixed: "Let facebook choose" mode will now seek out the first image in the content, but only if it finds no other available configuration data (e.g., featured image, or images from the post's gallery)
Added: Bit.ly powered URL shortening (optional)
Change: Moved the Save Settings button over to the right and fixed it at the top, since the settings page is now awfully long... and maybe just awful.
Fixed: SharePress::setting was returning $default when stored setting was == false
Fixed: Another bug in og:image selection - this one in the "let facebook choose" mode
Fixed: Proper detection of Featured Image defaults in XML-RPC posts
Change: Dismiss inline errors as user makes corrections to meta data selections (e.g., if we say pick a target, and they do, immediately hide the error)
Fixed: Regression: not posting in XML-RPC requests
Fully compatible with WordPress 3.3 "Sonny"
Change: "Let Facebook choose" mode for post image has been replaced with "Use the first image in the post," which is a much better default
Change: Don't display the setup warning everywhere
Added: Now you can toggle the post link that appears at the end of Facebook messages
Added: Filter "sharepress_get_permalink" for influencing the permalink SharePress uses in posts to Facebook and Twitter, and for the og:url field
Fixed: Scheduled posts were posted to Facebook even when set not to be
Fixed: Don't display error for Featured Image when post is being submitted for review by a contributor
Fixed: (again) Taking another shot at the shortcode-in-og:description-problem
Fixed: Usability issues with the new Featured Image confirmation prompt
Added: New global options for controlling from where the picture used by Facebook is sourced (featured image, global, or essentially-random)
Change: Turned off the pinger. I wasn't using the data, and it upset some of my licensed customers. This will come back later in some more manageable form
Fixed: The sharepress-mu.php file was all kinds of broken. Now works for the purpose of setting your license key, App Id, and App Secret in one place. Also, it's no longer part of the distribution. Sent only to people who buy the license.
Fixed: Shortcodes appearing in og:description
Fixed: Google+Blog wasn't posting to Facebook
Fixed: Missing campaign tracking on some links in free version of the plugin
Fixed: Default image size now 150x150
Added: JS confirmation when no Featured Image is specified
Added: Optional Twitter hash tag, customizeable for each post
Fixed: If a Facebook connection error occurs on the Edit Post screen, the error message is hidden in the collapsed "Advanced" section of the meta box
Fixed: Sometimes WP fires SharePress' one-minute cron job more than once a minute, resulting in multiple posts to Facebook
Fixed: OG meta tags not turned on by default
Fixed: A bunch of usability issues in the Settings screens
Added: You can now elect to have your Posts shared on Twitter - no messaging customization yet: just post title and permalink
Change: The Open Graph tags SharePress is allowed to insert can now be independently turned on and off, instead of in bulky groups
Added: fb:app_id can be inserted automatically
Added: og:description can be inserted automatically
Added: Log file viewer
Fixed: Upgraded to Facebook PHP SDK 3.1.1
Fixed: Now using oAuth 2.0 for Facebook login
Fixed: No longer dependent upon cURL, instead using WP_Http (thanks to Curtiss Grymala)
Fixed: Some minor issues related to calling array_merge without a defined array
Fixed: The bug introduced by 2.0.12 - everything was considered RPC because I forgot to treat the constant like a constant...
Added: Support for posting to Facebook with SharePress via XML-RPC. You can't configure what the Facebook post will say -- it's all defaults. But it didn't work at all before. This is progress.
Fixed: I wasn't actually reading the user's per-post configuration when determining what image to identify in the og:image tag
Fixed: Stop escaping unicode characters in og: meta data
Added: You can now indicate that SharePress should only insert the og:image meta tag; this is useful for installations that already have plugins inserting the meta data, but not the og:image tag
Fixed: Choice "No" in SharePress meta box was not being saved
Fixed: Took some steps to reduce issues with license keys
Added: a lot more logging statements, to help debug some problems with scheduled posts
Change: Facebook changed the URL for the linter, so I've updated SharePress to use the new URL
Change: Made it possible to reset the Facebook session from within the text of critical error messages
Fixed: For sites that don't use a Page for the front door, the og:url meta was using the first permalink of the first post from the loop. This is wrong, it should be using the siteurl on the home page. This is now fixed.
Fixed: Default piture was not being used on Posts that didn't set a Featured Image, but weren't set to allow Facebook to pick a picture
Change: Renamed "Sharepress" to "SharePress"
Added: Tutorial video for setting up SharePress and registering a Facebook Application
Fixed: Major bug in setup process, prevented establishing API key and app secret in the database.
Fixed: Featured Image feature of SharePress was not working unless the activate Theme supported post-thumbnails.
Fixed: Activating SharePress when the active theme did not use add_theme_support('post-thumbnails') would result in error messages being displayed in the Media management tool and other places
Fixed: cron job is working again
Fixed: cron job is no longer dependent upon activation/deactivation
Fixed: if Facebook error occurs on Settings screen, wp_die is thrown with directions on how to get more information
Fixed: no inline error when user has no Pages to manage
SharePress Pro is now available! If you want access to the pro features, you'll need to upgrade SharePress and then buy a license key. This release also fixes a number of bugs and usability issues, and
Jen Russo reported that posts created via e-mailing to Posterous weren't triggering SharePress. There was a bug that prevented SharePress from firing in all cases other than the ones wherein the user was manually accessing the admin. This is now fixed.
Corey Brown reported a bug in the "Publish to Facebook again" feature: not only was it not publishing again, but it was deleting the original meta data. This is now fixed.
Ron Kochanowski reported a strange problem with brand new posts displaying the message "This post is older than the date on which SharePress was activated." in the editor. I couldn't fix the problem, so I eliminated the "feature." Problem solved.
Added "sp" prefix to the Facebook classes, now "spFacebook" and "spSpFacebookApiException" - was creating namespace conflicts with other Facebook plugins (thanks Ben Gillbanks of WPVOTE)
Addressing some inconsistencies in the way the plugin is named, and the way that name is used internally.
Major typo in the readme. Sheesh.
Discovered that the only message that displays within the WordPress plugin library search is under the Description header.
Forgot to up the plugin version. Hope I don't make that mistake twice.
Admin notices should not display for any users other than administrators
Broad update to readme.txt
Added links for learning more about SharePress Pro
The first release!
Requires: 2.9 or higher Compatible up to: 4.2.9 Last Updated: 10 months ago Active Installs: