Link Preview – WP plugin

WORDPRESS PLUGIN It’s very convinient way to show some link preview before clicking it. Thanks to linkpreview webservice, we created LinkPreview WordPress plugin that operates in 2 different view modes. You can modify settings according to your needs in dashboard -> settings -> link preview. These are the features available: Use LinkPreview through WordPress shortcode: […]

Link Preview

Linkpreview is web service (www.linkpreview.net) for retreiving SEO data information about specific URL. That data consists of page title image description url WORDPRESS PLUGIN It’s very convinient way to show some link preview before clicking it. We created LinkPreview WordPress plugin that operates in 2 different view modes. These are the features available: Use LinkPreview […]

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