WordPress Toolbar v 2.2 : Custom toolbar url, Support for WPMU and bug fixes

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Wordpress toolbar plugin provide a facebook, digg style toolbar for all outgoing links from your blog posts. The toolbar url defaults to http://yourblog/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-toolbar/toolbar.php. However with version 2.2, blog admin can customize toolbar url to http://yourblog/wordpress-toolbar/ through the admin panel. A lot of other enhancements have been added like cross-plugin compatibility and support for WPMU hosted blogs. Check full feature list below. What's New? Listed below is list of new features and bug fixes released with v 2.2: Support for customizing toolbar url through admin panel Support for WPMU hosted blogs Support for removing "Get this Plugin" widget from the toolbar...

WordPress Toolbar v 2.1 – Adding support for tinyurl, sociable and a lot more

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Wordpress Toolbar Version 2.0 allowed bloggers to catch their viewers on the go. It modifies all the internal/external links in the blog post (except those specified for exception), to open them with an attractive toolbar. Since wordpress toolbar used javascript to enable this functionality, your SEO always remain intact. Moving forward, I accumulated all the suggestions posted in more than a 100 comments on the introductory blog post, and tried to include as many features as possible in version 2.1. A few features worth talking about are: New in Version 2.1: Plugin Size: Inspite of adding new features in version...

WordPress Toolbar Plugin

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Checkout Wordpress Toolbar Version 2.2 Release Blog. This plugin is a result of day to day observations of my wordpress blog stat. I analyzed that 75% of my blog's visitors were leaving my blog posts by clicking one of the out going links either to my code.google project pages or to an external source of information. However, I doubt how many of them were coming back to leave a comment or to bookmark/share my blog post on one of the social bookmarking sites. I can say this because, even I too forget to press the browser back button and visit...