Thanks for the great plugin! So far, very happy with it! I just have one thing to ask about and one thing to point out that’s still buggy.
1. automatically add quotemarks around quotes
I would like it so that quotemarks (curly quotes) automatically (so not having to add them manually in the shortcode) appear around the quotes when displaying them in the website, but also in the url to tweet. I can make the changes in CSS using :before and :after pseudo classes and setting the content as the quotes. However, these quote marks then don’t appear directly in the html and thus in the url to be tweeted
It should look like this:
But with css only appears like this (no quotes around text+to+tweet):
I can obviously add the quotes when defining the $short variable directly in the plugin, but then of course those changes are lost with any update.
Do you have any suggestions and/or hooks that can be used with your plugin to make these changes so that quotemarks don’t have to be added manually?
2. I saw the other support tag being solved about quotes not rendering properly with certain devices. However, we are still seeing it happen occasionally. I think it’s probably with some strange device (so not android or iOS) as it doesn’t happen so often. If possible, it would be great to have it fixed as well. I’m sorry though I can’t be more specific with what devices for now, but I can try and get more information if need be.
@ missing and + showing: https://twitter.com/lethalcupcake/status/702271787812286466
@ missing on handler: https://twitter.com/pinkurlers/status/704923500738428928
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