accesspress-pinterest

Description

This plugin has been closed as of 30 March 2023 and is not available for download. This closure is temporary, pending a full review.

Reviews

31 March 2019
Seems like a good plugin, but it has too many flaws to be used on a live site. Shortcode doesn't work on pages where the Pin-it button has been disabled; this means that if I want to display my feed in the global sidebar, it will only appear on pages where the Pin-it button is also enabled. Additionally, the profile feed gives an error that images can't be loaded. Only the specific board feed loads everything properly.
14 August 2017 1 reply
Great if not the best pinterest plugin out there, I'm totally satisfied. Pinterest has great features and looks good when shown on our website.
9 January 2017
hi, one big shortcoming (for me): the plugin automatically takes the text in the "title" attribute as the pin description for pinterest, and there's no option to switch it to the "alt" attribute. I use the "title" for description notes or maybe some funny remarks for the readers of my site, and put all the promo information in the "alt", like what the entire article is about etc., so the text in the title sometimes is not at all the intended pin description in the alt.
21 October 2016
When I initially tried to use this plugin, I had a few problems, but after contacting them, they were able to get my widgets working perfectly. This is really a dynamic plugin. If you haven't tried it and would like to display your Pinterest interests, YOU'VE got to give this a go!
3 September 2016
I have tried many Pinterest plugins and none work like this one. It's exactly what I'm looking for! It doesn't create a pinterest button on EVERY image on my website, just my portfolio. And it doesn't show constantly, just when you scroll over the image. Thank you for the perfect pinterest plugin!
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“PI Button” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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