Stylish and compact plugin for displaying Pinterest images in a sidebar, post, or page.
The left, right and center buttons do not work. The image stays to the left no matter what I do. I am done fighting with this and it DOES slow down my site.
I've been trying to use it since 2 weeks now. Nothing is showing. All I get is "Please recheck your ID", which I did. I even spent a long 2 hour chat with my hoster who told me that the issue was definitely at the plugin side.
Really sad because it's working for others.
Definitely one of my favorite plug-ins. Several style options, and makes your pins fit neatly into a widget.
I'm starting to use a lot of images on my site as a kind of news storyboard.
I felt a combination of Pinterest and my wordpress site would be an easy but effective way of working. Here's an example of news images from the flood disasters in India.
This plugin does pretty much what I need, but I have one extra wish:
Please could you let users add more than 25 images.
Great plugin. Works perfectly and has plenty of options.
I've tried 3 of Alpine phototile plugins. Phototile for Tumblr, Instagram, and Pinterest. They're all great! They've got all of the features I could want, and more that I didn't think of. Easy to use, lots of customization, and doesn't slow down my site.
I needed a simple plugin to display my current pinterest feed on my page and this does just that with a short code, although you can add it as a widget too.
It feels very light, not heavy, loads fast, has styling options for how images are presented, easy to connect accounts (a matter of typing it in) and has other features like cache.
I would recommend to include the short code preview on the same place as the short code generator that way you dont have to keep loading different tabs. Otherwise, really like this plugin. Great work.
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