Retweet widget?

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  • #363113

    specialdee
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    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.

    #363300

    t3ck
    Member

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

    #363408

    epicvu
    Member

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

    #363409

    raincoaster
    Member

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

    #363430

    missdixon
    Member

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

    #363431

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

    #363432

    raincoaster
    Member

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

    #363434

    jjmontgo
    Member

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

    #363435

    wildrose965
    Member

    @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/

    #363436

    vsego
    Member

    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/

    #363437

    vsego
    Member

    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>

    #363438

    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.

    #363439

    vsego
    Member

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

    #363440

    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.

    #363441

    vsego
    Member

    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>

    #363442

    vsego
    Member

    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.

    #363443

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

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