Since Buttonize 3.0.0, our standalone has been integrated into our WordPress version 🚀
Recently we have made Buttonizer available for other platforms besides WordPress. With our standalone, you can start using Buttonizer on any site or platform, such as WordPress, Shopify or Wix. With our previous WordPress plugin this was not possible.
On June 30th, we've released an update for our WordPress plugin, version 3.0. This version makes it easier to integrate Buttonizer into WordPress.
The WordPress Legacy plugin is more like a limited self hosted version, while the standalone version is fully hosted and managed by our team. Nothing will change for the users of our WordPress legacy plugin as your buttons will show up as usual.
Installing Buttonizer on WordPress
You can do this in your WordPress environment. Go to your
Plugins and click
New Plugin. Search for Buttonizer, then install and activate it. An connect screen will be visible.
Migrating to 3.0
If you have been using our WordPress plugin and you would like to use our new standalone, you can migrate by updating the plugin to version 3.0 (or higher) and then pressing the migrate button in the plugin.
A few PRO's to migrate to our standalone
Most styling options have been made free;
- Use Buttonizer on any site, whether it’s WordPress, Shopify, Drupal or Wix;
- Buttonizer is faster, using our own CDN (Content Delivery Network) and API
- We’ll keep track of button-conversions for you;
- Manage all your Buttonizer instances from one single account;
- You don't have to worry about updates and being on the latest version as we handle those via our server. So bugs are patches without you even noticing;
- With our standalone it's possible to change the URL of the site easily via the site settings. With our WordPress version it's a bit harder and requires you to export data from your development environment and import it into your production environment.