Funciona estupendamente bien, a la primera y sin necesidad de andar trasteando en modo desarrollador por twitter.
Works as advertised! -- Easy setup.
This worked, then when I updated it stopped working?
It showed on pages before now there is no entry at all?
Shame as it did work.
** UPDATE **
I have now had to totally remove this plugin due to it causing issues with my product pages, I would get an error " WordPress Failure Notice " this would come up on a new page.
I went through all my plugins and deactivated all of them, reactivated one by one and BINGO JM Twitter Cards was to blame.
I notice the developer of this plugin does not really have many constructive comments on here so most probably not a good idea to invest in this plugin.
Thanks so much. I spent an hour installing 2 other plugins which didn't work. Yours installed easily & validated immediately. What a pleasure.
Being the first Twitter Card plugin I tried, I thought it was excellent. However today on the plugin update, my website crashed, so I needed to delete the plugin and I tried a new one.
The new one showed me just how limited this plugin was, so thanks for the intro to Twitter Cards, but I've now moved on!
Plugin works but images get cropped whether I want them to or not.
In looking at the plugin code its WAY WAY too fat. This thing gobbles up memory for a ridiculously simple result of 4 lines of Meta code.
Best way to do twitter cards is Yoast if installed, if not, just grab the easy markup at WP Beginner or elsewhere. It's literally like 12 lines of code .vs. this things hundreds and hundreds.
Does exactly what it says it will -- great work, thanks!
Works exactly as promised. I had it up and running on three sites in minutes.
I have to admit that I am kind of "late to the party", but when I finally woke up and got what Dublin Core, Open Graph, and certain sets of XML actually mean for the wider area of information processing and general "searchability", I set this thing up for one of my installs, http://bitcoinFinancial.info/, and I must say I was immediately and totally p-s-y-c-h-e-d :) about Julien Maury's JM Twitter Cards Plugin.
It is damn easy to setup and use, and it does what Julien says it would.
That I was yet unable to find Product Cards supported, is my own mistake, after all: it turns out that an edit to the Plugin FAQs now mention how to tweak JM Twitter Cards so as to include even that one!
Good work, many thanks Julien Maury!
Thanks for creating this free resource.
The plugin works really well so can't fault it.
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