To remove (via @sociablesite) just replace
'url' => 'http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=TITLE%20-%20PERMALINK%20(via%20@sociablesite)',
'url' => 'http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=TITLE%20-%20PERMALINK',
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Hi I’ve tried this method but this line of code doesn’t seem to be on line 52 but on line 361. I changed the code anyway but the (via @sociablesite) still appears. Any ideas where I’m going wrong?
Thanks for your help
You have to reset Sociable in order for the changes to take effect.
I’m having the same issue as jimmyrogers. How do you do the plugin reset?
Solution found under “settings” section. Thanks.
I the “T” Twitter icon works fine, but the one with the counter still has the via@sociablesite even after resetting and saving
This seems to have been changed in a newer version of the plugin. I am trying to find out how to remove it now and can not find the above info at all.
The_BORG – you mean the link to Sociable? That is on the Settings page.
To the plugin author – that link needs to default to Off please.
Not the link, but when you hit either Twitter button… I don’t the the “via @sociablesite” or #sociablesite in my tweets. I want the tweets to have “@The_BORG” instead.
The file socialable.php is what you want.
When I open it the contents are weirdly formatted and this is on line 14389
‘url’ => ‘http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=TITLE%20-%20PERMALINK%20(via%20@sociablesite)’,
Try opening that file in Notepad or textedit and search for @sociable which should find it.
‘url’ => ‘http://twitter.com/intent tweet?text=TITLE%20-%20PERMALINK%20(via%20@The_BORG)’,
Thanks for the info Mark, but I’ve searched for “@sociablesite” and every variation of the code people say where it should be. It’s not there. There’s no “permalink”, no “intent”, etc…
Maybe this is something new in their latest version that was updated a few days ago?
There’s really no way to disable or configure this without having to edit the plugin code, which will then be overwritten whenever there’s an upgrade?
Do what x3me88 said.
Here’s how you should do it to get rid of this socialsite/blogplay stuff:
1) Remove all unwanted text or replace it with your own. It could be just sociable.php file or more like sociable_output.php etc. (use
grep -R 'sociablesite' ./*
to locate all occurrences).
Save your changes.
2) Go to WP back-end > Sociable Options and record all your settings (so you can restore it later)
3) Hit the ‘Reset Sociable’ button.
4) Restore your settings back.
The text should be gone now, at least on twitter, I didn’t check it with Facebook – don’t really care.
Disclaimer: You’ll need to repeat this procedure after each upgrade of Sociable plugin.
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