If you can not save your plugin settings after upgrading to WordPress 3.9 or after changing your hosting environment, please check with your webhoster if the CURL extension is installed on your server. This is a very common extension and should be available on almost all webhosters. Sometimes you might see the error message 500 – thats the same kind of issue and can be fixed by installing the CURL extension as well.
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If you set the Language to “Auto“, then the plugin automatically recognize the language of the users browser and show keywords accordingly. You can also set the language to manual, to show them only in one language. Please keep in mind that at the moment we only support translation of the keywords. The title of the images will not get translated.
Following Languages are Available:
Yes we do cache the most used keywords for 24 hours. The cache only gets pruned after 24 hours if nobody used that particular keyword within this time period.
This problem is because your provider might block the API connection to Shutterstock. Most provider do that for security reasons. Please tell your provider that your domain needs to have following setting enabled: allow_url_fopen = On
In some cases you might need to create a individual php.ini with this setting enabled.
You can just add <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[shutterstock keywords=”keyword”]’); ?> to any of your themes to show Shutterstock image search results there! Do not forget to replace “keyword” with the search term you want to use!
The plugin is designed to automatically scroll down to the search results. If you don’t want it to do this, just deactivate the automatic scrolling in the options.
Please visit http://affiliate.shutterstock.com/ for a complete explanation of how you can get your affiliate earnings.
It is a code which can be used within posts or pages to tell WordPress to show image results there. It is very easy to use.
All you need to do is:
- Place the curser where you want to have the images appear at
- Click on the red Shutterstock icon in your text settings on pages or posts
- Follow the instructions
- You should now see Shutterstock Image search results appearing in your post
- PRO TIP: You can use as many Shortcode as you like per Post
That depends on the size of your blog’s readership, the nature of the audience and how well you integrate the Shutterstock Affiliate Plugin. Try experimenting with different styles to see which works best for you. And keep creating quality content to attract as many readers to your blog as you can. Do not forget that you can add image results within every post or page with the plugin shortcode.