Jul 08 2012
One of the best Facebook Like Plugins for WordPress out there. Add Facebook Like button to your posts. Configurable options allow you to select between IFrame & XFBML output methods, Select where to display your Like button. Adds a new button to TinyMCE that pops up a dialog to help you configure your shortcode. Comment form does appear when using the XFBML method.
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- Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
Can I configure the settings for this like i can on Facebook?
Comment form does not appear with XFBML output
By default, the container css is set to a height of 25 pixels. Change this to 135 pixels or greater and you should see the comment form so long as your App ID is valid.
XFBML output doesn't work
Check that your theme calls wp_footer() or do_action('wp_footer') and that you have entered a valid App ID on the plugin options page.
- 1.3.2 used add_filter instead of apply_filters causing the plugin not to function, this fixes that.
- Added fblike_permalink filter so that 3rd parties can change the url for a post. example: shortening with a bit.ly url instead to track clicks.
- Typo in font list that caused Lucida Grande to not be reselected in the admin. Minor update it still worked just fine.
- Added option to display on search results page
- Added option to display on archive pages
- Added option to display on excerpts
- Added support to select display on individual posts, pages, or home page
- Added option to exclude loading SDK for users who have themes that are already integrated with Facebook and load this.
- Switch to auto height if show_faces is enabled. otherwise default to 25px; can be overwritten by user by adding height property to Container Inline CSS Style
- Fixed bug in show_faces
- Fixed bug in get_permalink where no post id was passed.
- Added full shortcode capablitites comeplete with tinymce button to help generate shortcode
- Added ability to output XFBML instead of IFrames
- Added CSS option to modify container inline styles from within plugin.
- Initial Plugin Release.