• Read carefully their T&C. They can inject any kind of links to your website.

    Beware – plugin automatically activates, and there can be a problem even if you didn’t confirm their T&C.

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  • Plugin Author Buttonizer

    (@buttonizer)

    Hi Peter,

    Where did you read this? Because we do not add any links to our users their website unless they add links through Buttonizer.

    Buttonizer is a Floating Action Button, our plugin users can add custom links to the floating menu.

    Let me know! 🙂

    – Jasper

    Plugin Author Buttonizer

    (@buttonizer)

    Hi Peter,

    Could you please reply to us because we have done an extensive search and found no indication about link injection. Buttonizer is focussed on making a leading floating action button for WordPress.

    Regards,

    – Jeroen

    Andre

    (@picturebreeze)

    It says so in your Terms of Service when a user needs to grant you access after installation.

    “Links to Other Sites and/or Materials
    As part of the Service, the Company may provide you with convenient links to third party website(s) (“Third Party Sites”) as well as content or items belonging to or originating from third parties (the “Third Party Applications, Software or Content”). These links are provided as a courtesy to Service subscribers. The Company has no control over Third Party Sites and Third Party Applications, Software or Content or the promotions, materials, information, goods or services available on these Third Party Sites or Third Party Applications, Software or Content.”

    @peterbd
    Thanks for pointing this out.

    @peterbd my name is Vova, and I’m from Freemius, the SDK that Buttonizer is using. I’d like to clarify a few things.

    1. First of all, you are not required to opt-in, you can skip it.
    2. The Terms of Service we link to show our general terms of service, including the terms related to our website. The specific clause you quoted is not relevant for the plugin; it discusses links on our site. For example, we have a blog, and in some posts, we link to websites that we don’t control, so it is part of our terms. So to clarify, the SDK doesn’t add any promotional links to 3rd parties – don’t worry about it.

    Kindly reconsider your review, it is just a misunderstanding. Plus, we’ll work on making it clearer to avoid this confusion in the future.

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