The plugin is great, but it's licensing model is clearly aimed to one-man-wordpress-shops doing stuff directly on the production systems. Professional service companies or teams of people developing a wordpress site will seen be really frustrated by its lack of "development licenses" - and nobody is paying 10 licenses to support 10 developer environments for one production site!
Every time a developer forgets to disable NGFB after importing the current production database state, it fucks up the license-host-mapping on NGFBs central system, your production site has no more NGFB pro running and you have to write a nonsense support issue to clear the mapping (e.g. license now pointing to https://mysite.myname.dev.mycompany.com instead of https://mysite.com). The developer of NGFB doesn't even try to understand the problem with its licensing model and should orientate on really successful plugins like WPML, Gravity Forms and such, who supply Developer License plans.
Thanks and keep up the good work.
Does everything it should an more. It's a bit more work to manage images for it, but it's well worth the trouble.
easy to use
I was a bit behind with updates due to one plugin (not yours) blocking updates. I updated today and I got, like, at least 3 notifications of features that I should set up more properly, standing to what they said (some caching expiration too low, some content filter or whatever). Oh, there was also a huge badge on top saying "thanks for installing NGB blabla" except I didn't install it, I just updated.
Now, the reason for admin notifications should be pretty serious to me (ever wondered what would happen if all plugins, when updated, showed up a notification?). I could even accept notifications that pointed out real improvements achievable by different setups, but WHAT I CANNOT ACCEPT is notifications pointing out settings changes that, oh well, are only available to PRO users (which I'm not). So 2 things:
This plugin can work however fine you want, but I won't stick with people who don't follow the rules and pick users by the nose.
No instructions that I could find, but pretty easy to figure out after poking around.
But.... no facebook og:image tag, which is the most useful Meta tag (for me).
So, unfortunately, for my needs, worthless.
Great plugin to make the site social.
and I dont even know how to fix it. shame on you. I dont even know where to contact your lame support for help. My hosting provider doesnt help me nor i have any support. I am helpless.
Great plugin for making your WP sites social. For Wp 4.3
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