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Retweet widget?

  1. Will you be offering a widget that places a clickable button on blog sites so that visitors can click the button to automatically send a link to Twitter with the blog's URL?

    The blog I need help with is specialdee.wordpress.com.

  2. This would be a nice Feature I recommend passing
    this on directly to staff by contacting them directly

  3. Is there a Retweet button widget available for wordpress.com users vs wordpress.org selfhosted blog sites?

  4. Yes, use GetSocial; it has a twitter button built in.

  5. Are wordpress.com users able to use the tweetmeme plug-in to allow readers to click to retweet?

  6. Plugins are not allowed here, plugins are only for self-hosted wordpress blogs: http://support.wordpress.com/plugins/ .

  7. Getsocial will do that, and also enable Diggs, post to Facebook, all kinds of things.

  8. How do you start using getsocial with your wordpress.com account?

  9. @jjmontgo Here's a link, complete with tutorial which helped me enormously:

    http://teckline.wordpress.com/2009/07/25/new-social-bookmark-solution-for-wordpress-com-blogs/

  10. specialdee, maybe this will help you:

    Way#1
    < a href=»http://twitter.com/home?status=Add Your Tweet Message Here.http://www.YourSite.com» target=»_blank»>Tweet Me < / a>

    Add Your Tweet Message Here – post name
    «http://www.YourSite.com» – post link
    Tweet Me – Change this or live it.

    Way#2

    More better, that way#1

    Code:

    <img title=»Tweet Me»style=»WIDTH: 55px; HEIGHT: 53px»alt=»Tweet Me»src=»images/re-tweet.jpg«border=»0″>Tweet Me

    Add Your Tweet Message Here – name of you'r post
    «http://www.YourSite.com» – post link
    images/re-tweet.jpg - picture link

    Taket from my blog: http://vsego.wordpress.com
    you can also view it at work here:
    http://vsego.wordpress.com/2009/07/29/twittme/

  11. Way 2
    In my last post, happen something wrong with code

    < a href=»http://twitter.com/home?status=Add Your Tweet Message Here.http://www.YourSite.com» target=»_blank»><img title=»Tweet Me»style=»WIDTH: 55px; HEIGHT: 53px»alt=»Tweet Me»src=»images/re-tweet.jpg«border=»0″>Tweet Me< /a>

  12. The above code is messed up. Quote marks are not standard ascii and will break the code.

    Don't use it unless you reviewed and cleaned it up.

  13. I don't know about you talking, but I test this both codes, and this is work, you can watch it in my blog.

  14. Look at the quote mark befor the http's. It is a curly quote and will not be correctly interpreted. Look at the ending quote marks, they are curly quotes as well and again will not be interpreted correctly.

  15. Sorry about this but I post it write, I not understand how this happen.
    I try one more time:

    < a href="http://twitter.com/home?status=Add Your Tweet Message Here.http://www.YourSite.com" target="_blank"><img title="Tweet Me" src="images/re-tweet.jpg" border="0" alt="Tweet Me" />< /a>

  16. And the second code is:

    < a href="http://twitter.com/home?status=Add Your Tweet Message Here.http://www.YourSite.com" target="_blank">Tweet Me < / a>

    Add Your Tweet Message Here – post name
    http://www.YourSite.com – post link
    Tweet Me – Change this or live it.

  17. Paste the code between backticks ( ` ) and then it display instead of being interpreted.

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