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googleCards – Google+ WordPress plugin for linking to your Google+ profile

googleCards - Google+ WordPress plugin for linking to your Google+ profile

If you’re looking for a simple WordPress plugin that adds a Google+ widget for linking directly to your Google+ profile, googleCards is exactly what you’re looking for.

Authored by mabujo, googleCards is described as:

googleCards is a google+ wordpress plugin. It adds a widget to your blog that will display a link to your google+ profile so people can add you to a circle (follow you). It also displays your name, profile picture and the number of people who have you in circles.

mabujo has put some thought into the development of this plugin as he has minimised the load time for this Google+ profile widget by caching your Google+ profile data. This is what he says:

The plugin uses caching to store your google plus profile data to eliminate checking google+ on every page load. For the caching to work, your web-server needs to be able to write to wp-content. (a lot of plugins require this so it should be fine). If the plugin cannot cache it will still work, but will store the data in the database instead. If caching is working you should see a file called plus_card.txt in /wp-content/cache/.

Ready to setup googleCards? Yes? Fabulous! Read on…

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WordPress plugin for Google +1 button

WordPress plugin for Google +1 button

This plugin displays the Google +1 button in different styles. You can download this Google +1 button plugin directly from the WordPress.org plugin directory.

  • Display Google +1 button in the posts, pages, single posts or everywhere.
  • Display Google +1 button above the post ['Top'], below the post ['Buttom'], both above and below ['Both'], or floating left side of post ['Left'].
  • Display Google +1 button in four different sizes (Standard, small, medium and Tall)
  • Display Google +1 button using Template Tag <?php if(function_exists(‘twg_gpo_button’)) twg_gpo_button();?> or Shortcode [twg_gpo_button] at any desired position.
  • Nice Preview in the settings page with a dummy post.

For non-WordPress driven websites & blogs, you can add a Google +1 button by following these directions.

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