It would be very nice to have the option to not have the like-button turned on on all pages by default when you have “Show the Like-Button on every” set to “page”.
We have a lot of pages and we just want the like button on a few of them. So it would also be great to have the option to not have the button enabled on new posts as well. The same option would probably be nice for posts too but in our case we need the like button on every post.
Also: The plugin doesn’t work great under https. I get an error displayed next to the Facebook Like button after it’s clicked. I think it might be a callback error of some kind.
Here are some other things I noticed that I don’t really like:
– If the option for having Like-Button-Plugin-For-Wordpres on pages is unchecked, there is still code added in the header and the button for adding the shortcode shows up in the editor.
– The shortcode doesn’t work. This particular site runs 2.7 MU, yes spare me the details about upgrading, we’re doing that soon. The plugin claims to work with 2.7.x but I don’t know if it’s MU making trouble here or if it’s just not working properly under 2.7? This is the error I’m getting:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function esc_attr() in /xxx/xxxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/like-button-plugin-for-wordpress/include/gb_shortcode.php on line 64
I also tried adding the fb-like button manually to the https pages and it didn’t work either which leads me to believe it’s not the plugin’s fault.
Any ideas how to get it to work on https pages?
We will try to introduce this feature within the next update. Thanks for the idea.
We will also handle this problems with the Button/Code if you deactivate pages/posts (1st paragraph)
Yes I think it does not work with this version probably. This is our fault not yours. It could be that some newer functions are not secure or there is no if-request for the running wp-version. maybe this problem is solved when you update your blog and also the plugin.
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