Support » Plugin: Booking.com Affiliate plugin » Where is the widget?

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  • Plugin Author Greg

    (@greg-raby)

    Hey

    With the move to the shortcode-based approach, I did not include a dedicated widget anymore. All you need to do is paste a shortcode into a regular text widget.
    See the detailed steps on the FAQ page, widget section.

    I’ve had some feedback from other users so I’ll add it again in the next release, in a couple of weeks from now.

    Thanks for your feedback
    Greg

    Hello,

    Thanks for reply.

    But as I have mailed you before, when I look at the page source I can see a long javascript & css code for booking.com plugin. This is very bad for SEO. I think you should put javascript & css codes at external files.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Greg

    (@greg-raby)

    Yes, I can’t disagree.

    I had to stick with what’s there for now due to how booking.com scripts work. I’m currently testing a jquery version of the calendar (much nicer code, more compatible across browsers & themes) that will take care of your concern. I can’t commit on a date yet (this was already a major improvement VS version 0.2.6) but it’ll be coming in the next 2 months.

    Thanks for your feedback and for using this plugin
    Greg

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