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Double Titles when Sharing on Google+

If you’ve got double titles when sharing your WordPress posts on Google+, it’s probably due to duplicate OpenGraph tags, which might have been caused by the latest update to Jetpack, which added OpenGraph tags in version 2.0. If you’re already running a plugin that outputs the “og:” tags in your document head, you’ll have to disable one or the other. For...

Hello, Jetpack Comments!

I always loved how commenting was over at WordPress.com, and the new Jetpack Comments brings all that fun stuff to WordPress.org blogs. Many of us have been waiting for this, and as announced by Tim Moore yesterday, Jetpack Comments are available as of version 1.4, along with some bug fixes. You should see an update available from your WordPress dashboard, and if you don’t, you can always...

Jetpack 1.3 Released, now with Grunion Contact Forms

Jetpack 1.3 has been released, and it now ships with the Grunion Contact Forms plugin, the very same forms plugin that’s running (behind the scenes) on WordPress.com. The update fixes a couple of small bugs as well. You should be able to download it from your Dashboard very soon.

How to: Disable Jetpack Subscriptions Notifications

It’s more difficult to keep this in mind, than it is to actually execute it. Sometimes we (content creators) want to publish content to see how it feeds to our Twitter or Facebook accounts, or to see how it turns up in the RSS feed, so what we usually do is publish a “test” post and delete it afterwards (together with the tweet and Facebook post.) However, sent e-mails cannot be...

An Actual Retweet Button for Jetpack & Sharedaddy

I was thinking about this for quite some time now — an actual retweet button for WordPress, and I wonder why Twitter hasn’t provided one yet, it’s so obvious! Yes, the tweet button is doing a great job these days, but let’s admit, that we content publishers enjoy retweets more than regular tweets to our articles, because: They show your name and your Twitter avatar along...

Using Jetpack for E-mail Subscriptions in WordPress

You can find a bunch of “subscribe to posts” plugins in the WordPress.org directory¬†but from my personal experience, it’s very difficult to find something as good and reliable as Jetpack. The major difference is behind the scenes — when most post subscription plugins will use the wp_mail¬†function to distribute your new post (using sendmail from your server or an SMTP...