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Roccivic

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Hi All,
Some time ago I wrote a Facebook Like Plugin for Geeklog 1.6.0+, but I completely forgot to publish it, so here it is.
For the moment it only integrates with Articles, where you only need to place an autotag like this: [fblike: story_id]
And I would be very thankful, if you would download it, give it a go and let me know what you make of it.

Features:
* Provides an [fblike:] autotag
* Fully customisable via the Geeklog configuration UI

Requires:
* Geeklog 1.6.0+

Download:
* http://www.placella.com/gl/fblike_1.0.0_1.6.0.tar.gz (13.7KCool

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Ales

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Greate thanks

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Laugh

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You should submit it to Geeklog so we can host the file to be downloaded as well.

Tom
One of the Geeklog Core Developers.

Alejandro

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Hi RoccivicVery Good, but one question, is posible traslate to spanish ?

Best Regards

Alejandro

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Roccivic

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Quote by: Alejandro

Hi RoccivicVery Good, but one question, is posible traslate to spanish ?

Best Regards

Alejandro



Well, the facebook API will pick up the localization setting from Geeklog. So the "Like" button and related items will be automatically translated. This is a feature of the plugin that I forgot to mention above Smile

As far as the admin interface goes, I don't speak Spanish, so I can't help you with that. But you can create a copy of the file located at "language/english.php" and call it "language/spanish.php". And then translate all the strings inside that file to Spanish. If you will translate the admin interface, please let me know, so that I can include the new language in the next release.

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Laugh

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Can you have a like button come up by setting a template variable in a theme so you do not have to set a autotag for every story?

I have a feature request as well :wink:

adding the Google +1 button


http://www.google.com/webmasters/+1/button/index.html

Tom
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Roccivic

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Quote by: Laugh

Can you have a like button come up by setting a template variable in a theme so you do not have to set a autotag for every story?



Oh, but social share plugin already does that and I wanted to be a bit different on this one. The idea is that you can point multiple articles to the same "Like", so instead of having, say, 10 likes in one and 50 likes in another one, you can get 60 likes for those articles on both pages, which looks better Big Grin

Quote by: Laugh


I have a feature request as well :wink:

adding the Google +1 button


http://www.google.com/webmasters/+1/button/index.html

Tom



Nice catch, I'll look into that Wink

tiridako

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Wow, this was just released? No wonder I couldn't find information on this in wiki (new to geeklog). I've set things up, but now I'm not sure where the Like button is at. It seems that it is not on individual page within stories?

Thanks for releasing this! Big Grin

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Roccivic

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Quote by: tiridako

Wow, this was just released? No wonder I couldn't find information on this in wiki (new to geeklog). I've set things up, but now I'm not sure where the Like button is at. It seems that it is not on individual page within stories?

Thanks for releasing this! Big Grin



Well, it's been around since March, but wasn't promoted very much.

The like button won't come up automatically, you have to add it into stories yourself with what is called an autotag. So if you have an article with ID="123456", you can insert the like button by typing "[fblike: 123456]" (without the quotes) somewhere in the body of the article.

Rouslan

tiridako

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Ohhh I see, thanks!

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Dirk

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Instructions for adding a +1 button.

HTH

bye, Dirk

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