=== Add to Any Subscribe Button ===
Donate link: http://www.addtoany.com/contact/
Tags: widget, sidebar, rss, plugin, links, feed, feeds, images, admin, button, Post, posts, subscribe, add to any, addtoany, add, any, email, e-mail, mobile, Google, My, Yahoo, Mixx, iTunes, Feeds
Requires at least: 2.2
Tested up to: 2.7
Stable tag: 0.9.5.5.3
Helps readers subscribe to your blog using any feed reader.
== Description ==
Lets readers **subscribe** to your blog using **any feed reader**, such as Google Reader, My Yahoo!, Netvibes, Pageflakes, and all the rest. The button comes with Add to Any's customizable Smart Menu, which **places the services visitors use at the top of the menu**, based on each visitor's browsing history.
* Add to Any Smart Menu
* Includes all services
* Services updated automatically
* Searchable on key-down
* Keyboard navigation
* Google Analytics integration
See also, the Share/Save/Bookmark button plugin.
== Installation ==
1. Upload `add-to-any-subscribe` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
1. Activate the plugin through the `Plugins` menu in WordPress
1. Go to `Presentation` -> `Widgets` and click `Add` next to "Add to Any Subscribe"
== Frequently Asked Questions ==
= How often is the list of services updated? =
= Where can I choose which button to display and other options? =
Go to `Settings` > `Subscribe Buttons`.
= How come the widget doesn't display once I activate it? =
You'll have to manually put it where you want it in your sidebar. You can do so by going to `Presentation` > `Widgets` and clicking `Add` next to "Add to Any Subscribe". You'll need to have a "widget ready" theme.
If you have already added the widget but the actual button is not displaying, you should reinstall the widget, making sure to copy the actual `add-to-any-subscribe` folder (and all of its contents) to your plugins folder.
Also, be sure to deactivate any previous versions of the widget in the `Plugins` tab.
= What if I don't have a "widget ready" theme, or I want to place the button somewhere else? =
Using the Theme Editor, you can place the following code in your template pages (within sidebar.php, index.php, single.php, and/or page.php):
= How can I customize the feed of the widget? (Useful for comment feeds, category feeds, etc.) =
This can be done through the template tag (as described above). Simply supply a feed name and feed URL through the template tag like so:
` "Name of the Feed",
"feedurl" => "http://www.example.com/feed");
Add_to_Any_Subscribe_Widget::display( $A2A_SUBSCRIBE_options );
= Why isn't the drop-down menu appearing? =
It's likely because your your theme wasn't coded properly. Using the Theme Editor, make sure that the following piece of code is included in your theme's `footer.php` file just before the `