Native Emoji

Description

This is not just a plugin, this is the plugin for use emoji in a native way in your posts and comments. When activated you will see a new button in your wordpress editor or comments box, from there you will be able to include more than 2,000 emojis.

If the Operative System doesn’t support emoji, this plugin insert an image instead of the emoji code.

Features

  • Very Easy To Use
  • More Than 2,000 emojis
  • Supports Any Theme
  • Supports Custom Posts Types
  • Supports Front End Comments
  • iOS Native Emoji
  • Android Native Emoji

See a live working demo here

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Captures d’écran

  • Plugin working admin editor
  • Plugin working admin editor
  • Plugin working admin editor
  • Plugin working on Twenty Seventeen theme
  • Plugin working on Twenty Sixteen theme
  • Comments working on Mesmerize theme
  • Comments working on Sydney theme
  • Dark Comments Template
  • Settings Page

Installation

Update to 3.1

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Update Native Emoji’
  2. Go To Plugin Settings and select your desired options
  3. If somethig looks weird after update clear your browser cache
  4. Visit Any post type from your admin and click on the smiley button in the editor
  5. Visit Any page/post with a comments box

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘Native Emoji’
  3. Activate Native Emoji from your Plugins page.
  4. Go To Plugin Settings and select your desired options
  5. If somethig looks weird after update clear your browser cache
  6. Visit Any post type from your admin and click on the smiley button in the editor
  7. Visit Any page/post with a comments box

From WordPress.org

  1. Download Native Emoji.
  2. Upload the ‘Native Emoji’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate Native Emoji from your Plugins page.
  4. Go To Plugin Settings and select your desired options
  5. If somethig looks weird after update clear your browser cache
  6. Visit Any post type from your admin and click on the smiley button in the editor
  7. Visit Any page/post with a comments box

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Update to 3.1

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Update Native Emoji’
  2. Go To Plugin Settings and select your desired options
  3. If somethig looks weird after update clear your browser cache
  4. Visit Any post type from your admin and click on the smiley button in the editor
  5. Visit Any page/post with a comments box

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘Native Emoji’
  3. Activate Native Emoji from your Plugins page.
  4. Go To Plugin Settings and select your desired options
  5. If somethig looks weird after update clear your browser cache
  6. Visit Any post type from your admin and click on the smiley button in the editor
  7. Visit Any page/post with a comments box

From WordPress.org

  1. Download Native Emoji.
  2. Upload the ‘Native Emoji’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate Native Emoji from your Plugins page.
  4. Go To Plugin Settings and select your desired options
  5. If somethig looks weird after update clear your browser cache
  6. Visit Any post type from your admin and click on the smiley button in the editor
  7. Visit Any page/post with a comments box

Avis

Love it!

Very simple and works perfect in my case with the last wordpress version 4.9

I’m missing a tab with « favorites » or « most used » or similar…

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Journal

3.0.1

Release Date – 24 June 2018

  • Minor bugs fixed

3.0

Release Date – 18 December 2017

  • New Design
  • Front End Comments Support
  • Settings Page
  • New Emojis Added
  • Emoji Skin Tone Picker

2.0.2

Release Date – 26 June 2016

  • Translation support added
  • Minor Bug Fixes

2.0.1

Release Date – 24 June 2016

  • Minor Bug Fixes

2.0

Release Date – 24 June 2016

  • Minor Bug Fixes
  • New Design
  • New Emojis Added
  • Category Frequently Used Added
  • Reordered Categories

1.0

Release Date – 1 July 2015

  • Hello World!