Today we’re releasing our first update for Tasty Pins, and we’re really excited about it! Here are the top 3 things you’ll find in version 0.2.0:

Disable Pinning on Certain Images 🖼️

Not all images are perfect for Pinterest. Give your readers fewer, better options for saving to Pinterest by disabling Pinning on certain images.

WordPress image settings with Disable Pinning checkbox


Read more about how this works here.

Better Load Performance ⚡

We made use of Pinterest’s data-pin-media attribute to load a thumbnail-sized version of the hidden image on the page. but use the full-size image when it’s actually saved to Pinterest. Doing this helps your page load faster. This change likely isn’t something you’ll ever notice unless you look at the code, but just know that we’re keeping an eye out for your page speed!

Filter for Lazy Load 🎉

Lazy-loading images is a common way to improve page speed – it only loads images that are viewable to the user. That does mean that hidden images, which aren’t viewable, won’t be loaded, and won’t be shown as an option to pin.

Fortunately, we were able to set up a fix for this. If you lazy-load your images, you can learn how to still use the Hidden Pin feature of Tasty Pins here.

Don’t Forget to Update! ⚡️

If you’re a Tasty Pins customer, you should soon see an update for Tasty Pins in your WordPress dashboard. Make sure to update to start using these awesome new features.

Want to vote on what we should build next? You can do so here: wptasty.com/tp-feature-requests

Interested in Tasty Pins? 💭

If you’ve been tossing around the idea of giving Tasty Pins a try, these updates might just make you pull the trigger! We’re always looking for new ways to improve Tasty Pins, and you can be confident that we’ll keep supporting you on your blogging journey.

Take a look at all Tasty Pins has to offer here: https://www.wptasty.com/tasty-pins

Also, don’t forget about our 15-day money-back guarantee! Trying Tasty Pins is risk-free, and we think you’ll really like it.