New Features: 🎉
- Adds Tasty Pins support for the Tasty Roundups plugin – coming soon!💫
- Adds a checkbox to disable the Pinterest banner on a post.
Everything else: 💪🐛
- Uses a more modern approach to position the custom Pin It button.
- Applies hidden pins to Thrive page builder output.
- Increases the Pinterest Title limit to 100 characters.
- Applies minimum image size to the Cover Block.
tasty_pins_should_add_bannerfilter for controlling banner display.
- Always applies
data-pin-nopin="nopin"to Elementor testimonial widgets.
- Ignores tracking pixels for the Pin This Banner.
- Disables Pin This Banner on Mediavine Create button.
- Prevents mangling blocks with images in slashed data.
Tasty Pins Support for Tasty Roundups!
Tasty Roundups is our newest solution to help bloggers quickly and easily build beautiful roundup posts right from the Gutenberg editor. Our Tasty Roundups plugin is in development and ALMOST ready for you to use. If you and your readers love roundup posts, know that they’ll be easy to pin right outta the gate! Add custom pin descriptions, titles, and more to your favorite roundup posts.
💫 Want to know when it’s released? Join the Tasty Roundups list!
Disable the banner on a single post
Love using the Tasty Pins Banner, but not sure you want it on every post? We hear ya! Now you can disable the banner with just the check of a box! Scroll down to the Tasty Pins box at the bottom of your post and at the very bottom there, you’ll see the checkbox.
Uses a more modern approach to position the custom Pin It button.
Occasionally, the hover button’s overlay would not align properly with the image. We’ve gone in and recalculated the position for the overlay element.
Applies hidden pins to Thrive page builder output.
Previously, the hidden images weren’t appearing as options in Thrive. We’ve updated Tasty Pins to make hidden pins compatible with Thrive’s page builder.
Increases the Pinterest Title limit to 100 characters.
Back in the Tasty Pins 1.3.1 update, we introduced the 70-character limit on Pinterest Titles. This has been updated to 100. Even though you have those extra characters, we still recommend being as succinct as possible.
Note: Currently, if you add a Pinterest title to this field, it will not appear on your pin. It is, however, still used in your Pinterest’s metadata, contributing to how your pins appear in search.
Applies minimum image size to the Cover Block.
Now when using Gutenberg’s Cover Blocks, Tasty Pins adds a minimum height and width to the cover block images. This helps prevent the hover button from appearing when you don’t want it to!
tasty_pins_should_add_banner filter for controlling banner display.
You can now filter out the Tasty Pins banner from appearing on non-recipe posts.
data-pin-nopin="nopin" to Elementor testimonial widgets.
We now prevent Elementor’s testimonial widgets from receiving the pin banner text on them. This also prevents the testimonial headshots from being pinned.
Ignores tracking pixels for the Pin This Banner.
This update prevents the banner from showing up on your hidden tracking pixels that you use for marketing purposes. Tasty Pins now fully ignores those 1×1 pixel graphics.
Disables Pin This Banner on Mediavine Create button.
Mediavine’s small SVGs are now ignored by Tasty Pins. This prevents the banner from appearing on or next to the icons.
Prevents mangling blocks with images in slashed data.
Advanced Custom Field blocks store their HTML slashed, meaning it looks something like this:
<style=\font-weight: 400;\">. When Tasty Pins applied the default Pinterest title to the post, it did so in an unslashed manner, which broke the ACF Block. This has been corrected.
Don’t forget to update! 💫
You should soon see an update for Tasty Pins 1.9.0 in your WordPress dashboard. Make sure to update to keep your site in tip-top shape.
Interested in Tasty Pins?
If you’ve been tossing around the idea of giving Tasty Pins a try, these new features 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.