Don’t you just hate it …
- No more getting the codes from Pinterest Goodies for each photo. Bleh.
- No more hitting the Pin It button at the bottom of a Page and having to search for the photo. Bleh.
- No hover (mouse over) to activate, which isn’t so great for mobile viewers. Bleh.
WordPress Photo Pin It Button Plugin Features
- Add a customizable Pin It button under every photo
- Add a customizable Pin It button above or below every blog post
- Display or hide the Pin It button for any photo (e.g., graphic signatures)
- Built-in padding for the perfect position
- Custom CSS for added effects
- Reads image URL, so you can upload photos via FTP or use an “Insert All Photos” feature and it’ll still work
- You can customize your Pinterest Description
- You can hide Pins on Index Page if it pleases you
- 100% refund if plugin not compatible with site
Maximize today’s hottest social media platform!
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- Live demo photography blog post
- Use the automatic WordPress plugin installer (detailed instructions here) or upload the unzipped files to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
- Configure the plugin in the admin dashboard
Remember that not all plugins are compatible with other themes and / or plugins.
1. I installed the Pinterest plugin, but no pins appear.
— If you do not see the Pin It buttons after install, clear your browser’s cache or purge your WordPress cache (e.g., SuperCache).
2. Even though I hit the “Do NOT pin button,” there’s still a pin.
— Make sure to hit “Save All Changes” to save modifications.
3. I use FancyBox / ThickBox. Will this cause a conflict?
4. I set my padding to 0px, but there’s still spacing.
— That means that your theme has set padding for your images by default. You will need to modify your WordPress theme to get the pin closer.
5. I uploaded a new button, but it doesn’t appear.
— Make sure that you include the link URL (just hit File URL — see image).
My photos are sized beyond the blog theme’s width.
— If you want to use resized photos for your blog, you must include the width and hight attributes. Without that, it will call upon the full sized image uploaded.
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