• Resolved Zumatra


    I didn’t want to start a new thread for each point so I hope it is OK to just put them in one list.

    1) Having configured TOP, saved and started with interval set to 1 (hour) the message at the top says it is set to 1 hour but the next Tweet will be in 3 hours

    2) Was there an option for inline hashtags before? Has that been abandoned?

    3) Was there an option to use Bitly before? With custom URLs? Has that been abandoned?


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  • Plugin Author Codeinwp


    Hi Zumatra,

    First of all thanks a lot for feedback, I will address your points below :

    1. I will investigate it might be an issue with the server time and cron

    2. You can still add hashtags – http://awesomescreenshot.com/04c2q03e8a

    3. We have removed bit.ly since they changed their api and isn’t really simple to implement. We will probably do it in the pro version ( sorry )

    no change on bit.ly api.
    works fine.

    it’s already coded on core.php shortenURL function(current version).

    just make something like
    function top_get_bitly_short_url($url,$login,$appkey,$format=’txt’) {
    $connectURL = ‘http://api.bit.ly/v3/shorten?login=’.$login.’&apiKey=’.$appkey.’&uri=’.urlencode($url).’&format=’.$format;
    return top_curl_get_result($connectURL);

    which is on 4.0.10 version.

    Plugin Author Codeinwp



    Thanks for feeback, I finally managed to add it back!


    Thanks for the response.

    I realise that hashtags can be used but I was asking about inline hastags which the previous version was supposed to do but frequently did not – which was why I made a post about it a month or so ago:


    I was really disappointed about Bitly too but I can see from the main support page that it has been restored but unfortunately, my website is down at the moment because of technical problems with my webhost, so I could not see or install the update.

    Thanks again.

    I just had this error reported by a non-admin user. The following appears on the post page:

    f you just updated TOP plugin, please make sure you re-authentificate your twitter account and make sure that all the settings are correct. To be able to maintain it, we rewrote TOP from scratch and some changes were required. | Hide Notice

    Clicking ‘Hide Notice’ gives this error:

    You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.

    So, non-admins cannot get rid of the error. I had it when logged in as admin but having dismissed it, it hasn’t returned.

    Plugin Author Codeinwp



    Thanks for reporting, that notice is temporary, in 1 week I will remove it, so it should be fine.

    I have also automatically converted the tags/categories to lowercase for hashtags.


    Plugin Author Codeinwp


    Just released 6.1 fixing the posting issue, unfortunately need to re-authentificate.

    Thanks everybody for patience and help

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