+1 WordPress Plugin

By sjg / Posted on 02 June 2011

Plus1 and WordPress

Google added to the Facebook and Twitter button wars yesterday (1st June 2011) by introducing the +1 button to the web. +1 allows users to add a small button that allows users to add a recommendation to a page. What makes this button different to Facebook‘s like button or Twitter’s Tweet button is that Google uses these recommendations to filter out search results based on your friends recommendations of pages as well as pages that have a high number of +1′s.

On the back of this I have created a plugin for WordPress called Plus1 which will add the +1 button to the end of all the pages and the posts automatically. All you have to do is install and enable the plugin and it will add a +1 button to every post and page on your WordPress blog.

If you want to override the +1 with a different style [small | medium or Tall] you can use the short-code:

[plus1 size='{standard|small|medium|tall}' url='{custom url}']

You can download the Plus1 WordPress Plugin here or on the WordPress Plugin page. Any feedback or feature requests would be much appreciated.

Download Plus1 WordPress Plugin



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There are 5 Comments about this post

  1. Steven Gray says,

    Rookie mistake sorry. I don’t have warnings enabled on my development server. I have fixed the warning now so download the plugin again and everything should be fine.

    Let me know what blog your using it on.


    on 02 June 2011 / 9:34 AM

  2. Steven Gray says,

    Great Suggestion! I’ll implement that on the next release.


    on 02 June 2011 / 11:19 AM

  3. Steven Gray says,

    Hi everyone,

    I’ve updated the plugin so that buttons on multiple pages point to either the posts or pages permalink. Either update the plugin from WordPress plugins page or re-download the source from this page. Hope this makes you all happy :)



    on 02 June 2011 / 2:47 PM

  4. Hi Steven your plug in looked the best, have installed and activated it, yet don’t see the Plus 1 on any of my site pages/ Blog posts


    on 18 December 2011 / 11:44 PM

    • Steven Gray says,

      I’ll have a look and get back to you with an answer. What version of WordPress are you using?


      on 01 January 2012 / 12:40 PM


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