You will find the Settings in your WordPress-Backend: “Settings” -> “weeshare”
|Active||This will activate the Screenshots.|
|Footer||Add the Screenshot-Button to the bottom of the page.|
|Logged||Only for logged in users.|
|Editor||Only for Admins and Editors.|
|Discussions||Allow Discussions for each Screenshot.|
|Details||Show Details for Screenshots (Browser, System, Screenshot-Details).|
|HTML Preview||Show HTML-Version for Screenshots.|
|Send Email to Page-Admin for new Screenshots.|
Screenshots are generated in the Frontend by Users or Admins/Editors.
There is an HTML-Preview of the Screenshots. For this Preview there is an iframe loaded into the page.
The Image for the Screenshot is create with html2canvas.js (There are some problems with fixed positioned Elements).
There are a lot of Details saved for each Screenshot. Browser-Details, the Users Operating-System and Properties of the Screenshot.
If you dont want to enable the Screenshot-Button on all Pages in your Frontend then you can activate “weeshare” just for chosen Pages by adding the following Shortcode:
The Plugin-Files are documented in the Source-Code!
By default you have an english- and german-Translation-File. You can simply add new languages by creating a new language-File in the “language”-Directory of “weeshare”. We recommend to create new (or edit existing) Languages with the following Plugin: Loco Translate
All Frontend-related Files can be found in the “public”-Directory of “weeshare”. You will find more documentation in the Source-Code of each file.
All Backend-related Files can be found in the “admin”-Directory of “weeshare”. You will find more documentation in the Source-Code of each file.