Support » Plugin: wpLike2Get » like behavior

  • Resolved Andrea Sciamanna

    (@sciamannikoo)


    While browsing other users threads, likes this one, I was thinking of a possible improvement of the shorrcode behavior.

    Call it a feature request, if you want 🙂

    In addition to the usual behavior of the shortcode, it would be very useful if it could behave similarly to the <!– more –> tag, but instead of truncating the content, it would add everything that is after this tag in the “locked” content.

    I’m really happy with its current features: this is just for a possible future update, to make it even more usable than is already.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wplike2get/

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  • Plugin Author Markus Drubba

    (@drumba)

    Hey sciamannikoo,

    this is a good idea. I keep it in mind. And maybe in the next version, you get this feature 😉

    If you like to test today, have fun with <!–wplike2get–>
    https://github.com/drumba/wplike2get/archive/experimental.zip

    I’m happy about feedback.

    Thank you!

    I’ve realized another improvement for like buttons (facebook, twitter, google+) might be set automatically based on current WordPress configuration (WP_LANG constant).

    Also, for WPML users, there is another constant you could use (obviously after checking that WPML is installed): ICL_LANGUAGE_CODE

    With this implemented, users will see the buttons in the current selected language, rather than manually entering the language code (that may even lead to human mistakes).

    As for the experimental version, how can I show the “Like to download” (actually in my case it should be “Like to continue reading”)? Or even add the other options that the normal l2g shortcode would accept?

    Plugin Author Markus Drubba

    (@drumba)

    Hi sciamannikoo,

    sorry, but I got no notification, that you write a post….

    The WPML-Idea is nice.

    In the experimental-version, you can’t set any other options. That’s the reason why it is experimental 😉 If it is working as you expect, I can develop more details for it.

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