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[Updated Plugin] Wordpress Twitter Forums Plugin

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  1. Name: Wordpress Twitter Forums Plugin v2.0
    License: GNU General Public License: Version 2
    Plugin Demo: http://www.StevenMilanese.com
    Official Plugin Page: http://www.stevenmilanese.com/wordpress/plugin-development/wordpress-twitter-forums-plugin-v2/
    Wordpress Repository Page: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-twitter-forums-plugin/

    The WordPress Twitter Forums Plugin places a unique floating Twitter Forums button on the right edge of your WordPress Blog that expands with a animated slide-in effect to reveal a Retweet.@ Twitter powered forum. Retweet.@ is a free service developed and provided by SumtnSumtn UG (haftungsbeschrŠnkt). This plugin takes advantage of this powerful social media resource and incorporates it into your WordPress website in a unique way that allows you to create an ongoing conversation users, engaging them interactively with your website's content. NEW in version 2.0 is the option to embed an additional retweet.@ button into your posts or pages, either before or after the content.

    Posted: 3 years #
  2. Two thumbs up on this plugin. Works great for me so far.

    Posted: 3 years #
  3. Awesome! I'm glad to hear you're enjoying the plugin! Please be sure to stop by the Wordpress Twitter Forums Plugin release / support page and share any suggestions or feature requests you'd like to see included in future releases. I'm currently working on version 3 which will include some additional styling options for the floating button and possibly the choice to choose between a handful of buttons or define your own. I'm also planning on including an option to deactivate the floating button altogether, for those that prefer the look and feel of the new content embedded button.

    Official Wordpress Twitter Forums Plugin Release / Support Page

    All feedback is greatly appreciated and highly encouraged!

    Thanks,
    Steven Milanese

    Posted: 3 years #

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