WPBuzzer is a WordPress Plugin which allows you to add a button to your blog to allow sharing your posts on Google Buzz.
You should have Google Reader in your Buzz connected sites.
– Get it from wordpress.org WPBuzzer page.
– Download WPBuzzer v0.9.1 from here.
Frequently Asked Questions
- From Where you got the Buzz images?
- Why does it use Google Reader to publish items to Buzz
- How can I manually put the button in my template?
Q. From Where you got the Buzz images?
A. I have used the images from Mashable.
Q. Why does it use Google Reader to publish items to Buzz
A. Google haven’t opened the Buzz API yet, so this plugin makes use of Google Reader Share option.
Q. How can I manually put the button in my template?
A. Use wpbuzzer()
You can also specify css, size and show count options while using manual button, if you will not specify any arguments to wpbuzzer function
then it will use settings configured in plugin settings page. see example below:
1. To show big button on the right with counter.
wpbuzzer(“float:right;”, “big”, 1)
2. To show small button on the left with counter.
wpbuzzer(“float:left;”, “small”, 1)
3. To show small button on the left without counter.
wpbuzzer(“float:left;”, “small”, 0)
-fixed thumbnail support
– updated plugin to use official Google Share button
– added srcTitle to reader share url
– fixed feed static button image
– replaced file_get_contents with curl
– fixed getting short url from bit.ly if the post is not published
– changed plugin directory and filename name to lowercase
– fixed to store counts from cache into $count – Reported by Randal from vizworld.com
– fixed image not displaying if the blog was under subdirectory
– added count support using bitly
– added popup support
– fixed readme.txt
– added target=”_blank” to anchor tag, now it always opens new window
– fixed the image path issue
– first public release of the plugin.