Fixes for WordPress Twitter Updater by Ingoal

I’ve fixed up the WordPress Plugin Twitter Updater by Ingoal and a number of others (Eric Austin Lee, Victoria Chan). Here’s my changed to the plugin.

Edited by
Jordan Trask (April 17th 2010 – http://geektank.net (v2.09)
– ZZ.gd broke with 403 forbidden error, fixed with setting different user agent.
– Move menu to “Settings”.
– Added option under configuration to choose ZZ.gd or TinyURL. Added 1 function.
– Re-worked the code for url shortening services, change in one place instead of three. Created a function instead.
which makes it easier to add more services if necessary. Bit.ly support in the future?

Edited byJordan Trask (April 17th 2010 – http://geektank.net (v2.09)- ZZ.gd broke with 403 forbidden error, fixed with setting different user agent.- Move menu to “Settings”.- Added option under configuration to choose ZZ.gd or TinyURL. Added 1 function.- Re-worked the code for url shortening services, change in one place instead of three. Created a function instead.  which makes it easier to add more services if necessary. Bit.ly support in the future?

You can download the new version, I’ve renumbered the version number and hope to have bit.ly setup as well.

I’ve removed the download and placed all relevant information on the Twitter Updater page.


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