8 Replies to “Talkr Plug-in Updated”

  1. Hi Steve – Great plug-in. Just got one question. The plugin shows at the bottom of pages as well as posts.

    It is kinda funny to have “Listen to this post” at the bottom of a contact form or a site map :).

    Is there a way to supress it or turn off the automatic addition and place some code in my template files myself where I want it?

  2. What you suggested – adding it as an option on the write page and write post forms – is a great idea and very user friendly.

    From the other plugins I have installed (i.e. “share this” which I see you have also), it is common that in the documentation they provide an edit that you can do to turn off the default inclusion, then a bit of code to add to your template file(s) where you want it to appear.

    Personally I am okay with either way, though I know many less code savvy (I am not a real coder, but I am sure I can do more than my brother in law – a writer and dedicated blogger that knows nothing of computers) would thank you for your suggestion above.

  3. Paul: Good idea. I was thinking about the same sort of thing myself. I’m thinking about setting options to suppress if the current page is feed.php. Do you think a page-by-page option would be useful? That is, should I add it as an option to the write page and write post forms, too?

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