Easy integration of Twitter cards in WordPress. All card types provided.
Very good plugin ....
Easy set, does what you want it too. Some good customization options available.
I use JM Twitter Cards and have installed it for blog owners to use on multiple sites.
It is easy to use. Simple to understand. Works like a charm.
I tried a few other plugins and methods, even manual coding(urgh), once I found JMTC I stopped looking.
JM keeps it up to date. Very attentive to support!
work has been activated my site one Twitter 24H thank you.
Thanks great work.
Thank you for your work!
Après avoir installé le plugin, puis activer et ensuite testé comme expliqué dans l'aide... j'ai bien eu le 4 champs etc...
l'API twitter à bien validé mon post, mais aucun affichage dans mes twitts !!!
Ha bon ben merci, c'est cool (enfin non !) donc desinstalle et voila !!!
Si j'ai des nouvelles du Support je vous tiendrais au courant... (pour l'instant : Rien)
I have yet to see the effect (better engagement with rich tweets) but the plugin did its part perfectly: All you need is just do what it says and then use Twitter tools to request validation dev.twitter.com/docs/cards
An absolutely great plugin. The plugin fits the use-case of adding twitter meta data perfectly. Further, admin settings and per post settings are integrated to enable customizing the twitter data.
This solved a problem for me, which was customizing the image per post. Sometimes the featured image can be large, or not the right dimensions. With this plugin, I can add an image with different dimensions and set the meta data to that image easily.
I scanned the code, and found good organization and naming. Although there is a PHP section which creates a HTML comment naming the program and author, I found nothing that would show up in the browser to website visitors or cause connections to outside servers. So basically, just a clean comment demarking the start and end of the plugin.
So I give this program a score 5, as it works great for the purpose, and doesn't seem to try to take over the web server or visitors browser to meet the goal.
I found some difficulties to make it work, but it finally did! Not sure if the problem was that I didn't have WordPress SEO by Yoast installed on my blog, but the issue was solves after I did. Anyway, remember you have to go validate your website on Twitter.
Thanks for the plug-in @jmlapam!
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