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Snipi for WordPress

Description

Using the Snipi Toolbar, you can drag and drop images from anywhere on the Internet and have them appear automatically in your WordPress Media Library or NextGen Gallery.

You can get the Snipi Toolbar at www.snipi.com.

The Snipi Toolbar is a Firefox 3 (or higher) add-on that allows you to literally drag and drop products, photos and YouTube and Vimeo videos from anywhere on the web. The current version of the Snipi WordPress Plugin gives you the option of having an entire list of images or a single image at a time sent to WordPress’ Media Library or NextGen Gallery. Within seconds after dragging an image into the Snipi Toolbar, the image will automatically appear in WordPress, ready for you to use in your posts.

The Snipi WordPress Plugin has two modes, WordPress mode or NGG mode. If you are an NextGen Gallery user, you can choose NGG mode to have images sent to NextGen Gallery rather than the WordPress Media Libary.

The Snipi Toolbar also allows you to drag and drop products, photos and YouTube and Vimeo videos from anywhere on the web. These items are always available with you in the Snipi Toolbar, are saved on Snipi.com, can be sent to Facebook or WordPress, can be sent to Twitter (Tweeted) on the fly, and are available on your iPhone using the Snipi app.

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RELEASE INFORMATION

Snipi for WordPress 1.2.1.
Released on September 10, 2009.

CHANGELOG: 1.2.1

  • Fixed bug: Image that has title or description containing special characters cannot be sent to NextGen Gallery properly
  • Minor changes in user interface
  • Updated language files

FEATURES:

  • Drag and drop images from anywhere on the Internet into the Snipi Toolbar and have them automatically sent to WordPress.
  • WordPress Media Library Mode or NextGen Gallery Mode.
  • Use the Snipi Toolbar for capturing products, photos and videos
  • Send photos and videos to Facebook, WordPress or Tweet them, right from the Toolbar.
  • Use the Snipi iPhone app to view all of your products, photos and videos – on the go.

Installation

Steps:

  1. Download the plug-in.
  2. Upload the files to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Go to “Overview”, under Snipi and sign in using your Snipi username and password. If you do not yet have a Snipi account or have not yet downloaded the Snipi Toolbar for Firefox 3 (or higher), go to www.snipi.com, register, and install the Toolbar for Firefox.
  5. Set the Snipi WordPress plugin to either WordPress or NGG mode (depending on whether you use the WordPress Media Library or NextGen Gallery).
  6. Open up your Snipi Toolbar in Firefox by clicking the Snipi logo in the lower right hand corner of your Firefox window. Sign in.
  7. Create a new list in the Snipi Toolbar, select “Send these photos to WordPress”. If you have not yet signed into Snipi in WordPress (step 3 above) then you will not be able to check this box.
  8. Drag and image from anywhere on the Internet into the toolbar. Click save in the Toolbar.
  9. Voila! In about 60 seconds, that image will appear in either the WordPress Media Library or the NextGen Gallery (depending on which mode you choose/prefer).

FAQ

What username and password I need to enter in the activation form on “overview” page?

In order to activate “Snipi for WordPress and NextGen gallery” plugin you have to enter username and password created on Snipi.com.

DO NOT ENTER your WordPress admin credential or FTP username and password

I have some issue with Snipi for WordPress Plugin. What should I do?

If you are having any problems with the Snipi for WordPress plugin, please do not hesitate to email our support team.

Our team works hard to test the Snipi for WordPress plugin with different configurations. However, it’s impossible to test our plugin with every possible configuration.

Therefore, we appreciate the effort you put forth to share any problem that you have with Snipi for WordPress Plugin. Please send the description of your problem to support@snipi.com Also, please include the following information that will help us to solve your issue: WordPress version, Snipi for WordPress version, and , if applicable, the NextGen Gallery version you are using.

Contributors & Developers

“Snipi for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

Release: 1.2.0:
* Fixed bug: Image that has title or description containing special characters cannot be sent to NextGen Gallery properly
* Minor changes in user interface
* Updated language files

Release: 1.2.0:
* Major improvements in core functionality
* More stable and more secure
* Automatically inserts title and description defined on Snipi.com in WordPress Mode
* Automatically inserts title, description and tags defined on Snipi.com in NGG Mode

Release: 1.1.5:
* Added feature to request test image upload from Snipi server to wordpress or to NextGen gallery in order to verify that plugin works with current wordpress configuration.
* Modified UI on “overview” page
* Updated FAQ section

Release: 1.1.4:
* Resolved issue with Overview page

Release: 1.1.3:
* Compatibility 2.8

Release: 1.1.2:
* Fixed minor bugs

Release: 1.1.1:
* Resolved issue with PHP Allow URL fopen
* Improved security

Release: 1.1.0:
* Support PHP 4
* Improved activation/deactivation processes on Snipi.com
* Cosmetic changes for user interface