This plugin adds the Retaggr functionality to your blog.
** IDENTITY **
The Retaggr Profile Card is about identity – its a virtual, interactive business card which you can customize as you wish.
Widgets can be added into it to show posts from your blog,music you’re currently listening to, allow communication via IM, or pretty much
Consolidate all your identity widgets on your blog into one, and add custom widgets from anywhere on the web. Built-in widgets include support for Twitter, FriendFeed, Flickr, MSN, and Disqus, to name a just a few.
People use Retaggr Profile Cards to bring traffic to their blog and express their identity. A demo can be found at retaggr.com.
Installing this plugin means :
- Your visitors can leave their retaggr card when they comment on your posts
- When referring to other people in a post, you can insert their profile card, instead of just linking to their blog.
- Your card is attached to your posts
These unintrusive enhancements add context to your posts – bringing fun and useful functionality to your site, while keeping readers from unnecessarily navigating away to find out more about the person in question.
retaggr also allows you to add site specific widgets to card on your site – explore retaggr.com for more details.
** IMAGE TAGGING **
This plugin also gives your blog powerful image tagging functionality. Your users can tag people in any image on your blog, much like you would on a social network.
Just drag around the person in the image and select the name from your address book, which is integrated with your email or Facebook.
Mousing over the person then shows their retaggr Profile Card. There are full moderation and notification options.
You do not need to modify any of your template files — just activate the plugin, and set your options on retaggr.com.
Don’t hesitate to drop us a line via the retaggr.com website if you need anything at all.
Copy the retaggr folder and its contents to your wp-content/plugins directory, then activate the plugin.
The plugin will add a new retaggr section under the Settings menu.
You need to configure one thing here – your retaggr Site ID. This you get from retaggr.com – just log in and add a site. You will then have your Site ID, which you can copy and paste into WordPress.
On the retaggr site you can set all the options regarding moderation, and which features you want enabled.
- A full demo and product tour is available at http://www.retaggr.com
- The full retaggr FAQ is at http://www.retaggr.com/FAQ
- Initial release.
- Minor change to amend domain for script
- Minor change to update CSS
Modification to ensure no changes are made to any content going out to RSS feed.
Updates to ensure compatible with 2.7.1, minor cosmetics.
Fix to correct RSS issue.