This plugin allows you to automatically spread your posts on Twitter and/or Facebook via the Spread.us API.
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Login (or create an account), and manage your settings from the ‘Spread.us settings’ option in the ‘Settings’ submenu.
- What does this plugin do?
This plugin provides WordPress users a smooth integration with the Spread.us service.
- Can I use this plugin without a Spread.us account?
No, but you can easily create an account from the plugin.
Contributors & Developers
“Spread.us” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Adds the option to overwrite the default URL with a URL from a custom field
- Adds Dennis as a new contributor to the plugin
- Adds a configurable sidebar widget
- Fixes a bug where a php warning would be generated if the categories had never been synced
- Fixes a bug where the plugin would say it synced categories while an error occurred
- Improves some textual feedback
- Fixes wrongful use of a WordPress function
- Replaces all php shorttags (<?) with the full equivalent (<?php)
- Moves the spreadus function to it’s own file
- Adds better code documentation
- Adds general code cleanup
- Adds the new category syncing feature to the plugin
- Fixes a bug where people would have login problems
- Fixes a bug where a valid login wouldn’t be recognized by the plugin
- Removes all settings upon logout, preventing colliding data for different accounts
- Changes “Account secret” to “Spread.us API key”, which is also used in the Spread.us admin panel
- Fixes a bug where some API calls wouldn’t send the right plugin version number
- Fixes a bug where the plugin could send an illegal API call to Spread.us
- Fixes a bug where stylesheets & scripts would not be available in the plugin
- The plugin author is now officially TNW Labs
- Adds the option to include tags as categories for Spread.us
- Switches to a less paranoid WordPress hook [publish_post]
- Improves logging for the sake of better support from our side
- Adds version numbers of the plugin, api & wordpress installation to api calls
- Ensures compatibility with WordPress 3.3.1
- Adds some small changes to the readme.txt
- Adds support for scheduled posts
- Fixes a datetime checking issue where the server’s time was used instead of the blog’s time
- Improves logging to debug.log
- Adds support for automatic domain switching when on the Spread.us server
- Removes old code which was used by the first tester
- Small bugfix
- Removed setup page, was unnecessary
- Removed support for beta plan
- Fixed a bug where an old PHP version would give a fatal error when creating a hash
- Initial release