Pivto turns your page into a Social Platform building a Social Feed inside your site feeded from all your site's social interaction and also your insite interaction through a comments, social share, and save button on the bottom of your posts or products.
Pivto also let your users have a profile that shows his interaction inside your site.
|Author:||Pivto (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.0.1|
|WordPress version tested:||0.3|
|Added to WordPress repository:||06-11-2013|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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This plugin installs all of Pivto's social capabilities to your blog to transform it into an s-blog! With easy steps transform your blog into a social network (SNS) centered around your posts and user-generated content.
Among others, out of the box features include: 1. Social feed. 2. Social logins. 3. User profiles. 4. Comments. 5. Ratings. 6. Social network sharing buttons (e.g. like, tweet, etc). 7. Adding items to users' collections (wish lists). 8. Connecting your company's blog to your related social networking accounts (Twitter, Foursquare, etc). Show all your social activity integrated in your site.
For more information visit http://www.pivto.com.
Button to save items. The top row simulates the view as if the mouse were over the products. The product named “Violet handbag” has been added to the user’s personal list.
Page with the integration of Pivto’s social module. Social features such as commenting, rating and sharing are visible.
Social feed provided by Pivto. The mouse is over the product named “Spinnerette Red”.
Personal profile with saved items.
Where can I get an ID?
Visit www.pivto.com and simply sign up.
What sould I do after installing the plugin?
You should configure it, visiting the “pivto” tab in the admin’s left pane.
I installed the plugin, but can’t see anything
Probably you have not activated it yet. Please check your settings in Pivto’s tab within your WordPress administrator or visit www.pivto.com and login to check if “embedding” is enabled.
- First beta of the plugin.
- Fixed problem with images.
- Improved documentation.