Support » Plugin: Iframely - rich media embeds for 2000+ publishers » It’s a subscription-based plugin

  • At least tell people in the description they have to pay for a monthly subscription fee to use the plugin.

    Why hide the fact it’s paid one? I installed, tried to figure out why it doesn’t work only to find out it’s a paid thing in the settings.

    Bloody waste of time.

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  • Plugin Author Ivan Paramonau

    (@ivanp)

    Thank you.

    Description says “Iframely is powered by server API. API Key is required. Get one at iframely.com”.

    The service may or may not require a subscription, depending on your use, as described on our site. Plus, there are no limits in the first 30 days upon signup for a key.

    Also, the plugin will actually work out-of-the box, with default configuration, and even without API key configured (although you won’t be able to save other settings without a key).

    Additionally, you can also self-host the server APIs as described in this support thread.

    Therefore, the reason it didn’t work for you is likely one of this:
    – Iframely will work only with the new posts out-of-the box. We don’t drop the WordPress cache for older posts upon install (and neither does WordPress by default until after you edit/save a post). See this thread.
    – Or Iframely simply couldn’t generate an embed code for your test URL (we require at least an image for general sites to create a summary card. Check how our parsers see your pages at http://iframely.com/debug)

    We answer every support request to support@iframely.com. Usually within 30 mins during business hours. Connecting multiple systems might require patience. With over at least 1900 different systems Iframely connects your WP to – it is worth the effort.

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