• Introduces custom Pinterest hover buttons with a new settings page.
  • Includes the image's alt text on hidden images.
  • Disables avatar pinning by default.
  • Updates the EDD Updater to v1.7.1.

Don't forget to update! 

You should soon see an update for Tasty Pins v1.1.0 in your WordPress dashboard. Make sure to update to keep your plugin in tip-top shape.

We just pushed out a new version of Tasty Pins—new and improved with custom Pinterest hover buttons!

Custom Hover Buttons 

You've asked for it and here it is! Tasty Pins now includes options for custom hover buttons complete with options for shape, placement, image overlays, and custom button labels.

Check out the new Tasty Pins setting page for all the latest options.

Need help getting set up? Check out our Support article, Getting Started with Tasty Pins.

Screenshot of Tasty Pins settings options.

Ability to disable pinning on smaller images

Just below the hover button customization options, you'll notice two new fields for minimum image width and height. These fields let you disable pinning on smaller images. For example, here, it's set to a minimum image width of 600px. That means that any image smaller than 600 pixels will not be pinnable.

Screenshot of Tasty Pins settings options.

Disabled pinning of SVGs and avatars by default

To help keep your Pinterest options tidy, all of the SVGs, avatars, and logos on your site will automatically be disabled from pinning. In other words, the images that you add to your posts should be the only pinnable images going forward. Just the way it should be. ?

Alt text for hidden images

Alt text is now included for all hidden images, so screen readers will officially be able to pick up on those and read them out. Yay for accessibility!