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Share Juice Pro 4.0I have been working on Share Juice Pro 4.0 for quite sometimes now. My life was interrupted by a couple of consecutive operations because of which I was almost out of work for 3 months. Thankfully, I have been able to come out of bad times and finish the latest version of Share Juice Pro. In upcoming days, I will be adding more and more features to Share Juice Pro 4.0 series. Here are the new stuff for you to look out for

Open Graph Integration

It is really easy to add open graph tags to your home, post and page sections. You can now attach images, description, administrators to all of them. Any social network that uses these tags will automatically use these tags

On Admin Page –> Global

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When you run your home page site on linter you will see this image     image

I deliberately used this example . Because the picture size was small for Facebook to display, it used an earlier cached image.

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Image courtsey: Wikipedia

For each page or post

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You can add Basic tags

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Image Tags

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If I share this on Facebook

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Getting Rich pins in Pinterest

http://developers.pinterest.com/rich_pins/

Since open graph is already supported … you can just go ahead and validate your URL here

http://developers.pinterest.com/rich_pins/validator/

Twitter Hash tags directly in the post

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See these tags in the twitter share

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Share to Amazon Kindle

Create a send to kindle button

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Set up configurations

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Add your kindle subscription id

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See the kindle button in your share bar

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The first choice of a blogger is to use WordPress as CMS. It is indeed a good choice.

It can be really messy though if something breaks ( for example a theme or a plugin) and all you get is blank screen ( most of the time ). If you know a little bit about PHP , your friend in need will ask you to go to the file wp-config.php , open it and set the variable value of WP_DEBUG as true.

define('WP_DEBUG', true);

This was previously ( or by default ) set as false

define('WP_DEBUG', false);

If you are not well versed with PHP , your first reaction is PANIC.

But don’t worry, it is not a backbreaking change and you just need a notepad to change it back to original. You can always set it back to false if you face any problem. Just make sure you have access to the wp-config file.

So what does it do?

From codex :

Enabling WP_DEBUG will cause all PHP errors, notices and warnings to be displayed.

WP_Debug will enable errors/warnings thrown by your WordPress application and various plugins/themes used by it. That means it will throw up any error , that is causing problems to your WordPress installation such as following ( may be not in color but in black font on white screen)

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The error here is that a constant is being used without defining it first

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Because of this the error occurs at the particular line number at a file location.

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Now all you need to do is to send this information to developers of plugins/themes that you are using and they will correct this error. Once you correct all the errors you should see no errors/warnings at all. In that case you should just set the variable back to false.

define('WP_DEBUG', false);

Caution: On your live site never allow this to be true for long time. Just copy the error and set the WP_DEBUG back to false.

On your test site you should always keep it to true to see any bugs in advance.

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Share Juice Pro : Version 3.0 contains some cool stuff

July 23, 2013

Have you ever wondered that you should be able to add an author box easily? After all it is a part of the social effort that makes your blog popular. With a highly customizable Author box that comes with Share Juice 3.0 , you can Get Author Box displayed in one of the possible ways […]

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Social Media Marketing – A simple guide

June 26, 2013

What is Social Media Marketing? Before describing it, let us understand something about Social Media. Social Media is a way to interact with a company’s products and content. Social Media allows to create, exchange and share information & ideas over social media networks. Social Media is such a broad word that it covers a large […]

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How to create Facebook fan page for your brand

June 10, 2013

Social Media Optimization (SMO) is a new age of marketing that helps you to maximize your traffic or your customer. Some most SMO sources are Emails, Social Networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and LinkedIn etc.), YouTube and other content sharing & bookmarking site like Pinterest. Facebook connects you to millions active user. It helps you […]

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Floating bar on mobile / tablet and low res monitors

May 23, 2013

With every testing and review of Share Juice Pro, I received feedback to further improve its functions. A major problem with the floating bar that hovers on the side of a single post or page is that it appears right in the middle of mobile phones and tablets. This was pointed out by Plaban Manna […]

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Share Juice Pro 2.0 is here

May 17, 2013

It has been about four months since Share Juice Pro 1.0 was launched. The success of Share Juice Pro was instantaneous  not only because of the features that it had but also wide acclamation by some top bloggers. Since then Share Juice Pro has grown a lot with new functionalities added with time. Let us […]

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WordPress plugin conflicts: Avoid them with namespaces

May 16, 2013

Plugin conflicts are a big headache for both developers and the users of plugin alike. The developer who is often short on time and pushed for delivery resort to oversight when it comes to writing code that does not conflict with others’ code. For example, the most common variable to be used by wordpress developers […]

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WordPress filters explained

December 20, 2011

Hooks and filters are often talked in same jest. However they perform a totally different set of tasks. While a hook allows you to insert your own code into selected places in the wordpress layout for e.g. header or footer, filters actually allow to modify what content is being printed on the browser. The primary […]

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How to upload plugin to wordpress SVN

December 20, 2011

If you are a plugin writer and do not know much about how it is uploaded to wordpress, you have full right to feel frustrated. It is a really simple process but unfortunately very poorly documented . There are then terms like Tags, Trunk which makes you wonder what exactly you need to do. At […]

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