April 23rd 2014 – Coull no longer supports the Vidlinkr plugin and it has now been disabled. If you have previously installed this plugin, the embedded videos on your website will be unaffected by this update and you don’t need to do anything.
We’ve disabled the plugin because we’ve changed the way Coull Vidlinkr works. If you’re a WordPress publisher looking to monetize your video content you can find out more about Coull Vidlinkr here.
- Why do you no longer support the Coull Vidlinkr plugin?
We’ve changed the way Coull Vidlinkr works. If you’d like to find out more please visit http://coull.com/publishers.
Really like this one as it’s simple to use and does all the work for you. Looking forward to seeing it drive some revenue through my videos as the banners I’m using don’t seem to work so well. From what I can see this is the only plugin on the market that’s capable of turning videos into revenue streams. Exciting stuff!
Contributors & Developers
“Vidlinkr” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Plugin disabled, all functionality removed
- Fix for regular expression error in 1.1.4
- Match YouTube URLs with protocol omitted
- Update readme.txt
Change links to manage videos and reset password
- Testing in WordPress 3.5.1
- Link URL changes
- Fix to the API request call.
- Text change
- Text changes
- Only change content inside iframe tags
- Text change
- First publicly available version