Support » Plugin: WP to Twitter » [Plugin: WP to Twitter] Disable WP To Twitter for Custom Post Types

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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    That looks like a bug – they should be automatically disabled for a post type if that post type isn’t activated.

    I’ll get that fixed. Thanks!

    Phil Marx



    Thanks for your quick reply. I’m glad to hear, that this issue will be fixed in the next release.
    When you’re working on the plugin, is it possible to implement two additional functions?

    1. There are some metadata being created for posts with status “auto-draft”. I don’t think, that saving metadata with autosave is with intent, isn’t it?
    2. When creating posts, all options are written to wp_postmeta, even when the appropriate services aren’t in use. For example, there are tons of entries for yourls or clig, but I never activated these services in WP to Twitter.

    Both issues are blowing up wp_postmeta in an excessive way. Is it possible to reduce the amount of used rows in wp_postmeta generally/for each post?
    When there are hundrets or thousands of posts, all of them with WP to Twitter-metadata, the performance will potentially decrease.

    Phil Marx


    A solution would be to save all Data in a serialized Array in wp_postmeta. So you would only have One Row per Post and its Not so Important wether i.e. yourls is used or Not.

    Sorry for Bad punctation etc. . My iPad seems to like to uppercase my words 😉

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