Link preview project

  07/01/2015

In cooperation with interactive32, We started new project development at linkpreview.net. The main idea is to build a simple link preview element like the feature on Facebook after you paste some URL in new post.

When the web service goes live and widget for WP is finished, you’ll be able to find out here!


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