Support » Plugin: Really Simple Share » Google custom search embedded in plugin

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  • I have a client with the same issue with this plugin. Since they only use Facebook and Twitter share buttons, the code can be added to the post template (entry-footer.php in their theme) without a plugin.

    https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/share-button
    https://about.twitter.com/resources/buttons#tweet

    For Facebook, replace the link URL with the code
    <?php echo get_permalink(); ?>

    This is a sham isn’t it? Adding your google search code onto others website without informing us

    Good thing I realize it right away

    Thanks jpsteinwand! I’m not so much worried about finding an alternative as I’m worried about having this code on lots of wordpress sites.. But thanks anyway

    This option should be off by default, especially when the plugin is already installed. I search for about 20 minutes before I could figure out how google search box suddenly appeared at the bottom of every page.

    Please remove this ASAP or I’ll stop using this plugin.

    Thanks

    You can remove the Google Custom Search. It’s an option under Really Simple Share > Share Options > General Options.

    Hope that helps.

    It should be off by default though.

    thanks! We’ve removed the plugin though, a plugin that embeds an adsense google, by default or not, is not something we want to use..

    Plugin Author Appletaco

    (@dabelon)

    Sorry about your frustration. We had many requests for search functionality to be an option in the feature bar that includes share, follow, etc. Shouldn’t be retroactive though – we’ll look into this.

    nothing wrong with a search function, but including it like that is just wrong

    Plugin Author Appletaco

    (@dabelon)

    Yes – our mistake. We are addressing this right away.

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