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Adds links to all of your social media and sharing site profiles. Tons of icons come in 3 sizes, 4 icon styles, and 4 animations.
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Adds links to all of your social media and sharing site profiles. Tons of icons come in 3 sizes, 4 icon styles, and 4 animations.
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Social Media Widget
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Social Media Widget
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<a href="https://appsumo.com/tools/wordpress/?utm_source=sumo&amp;utm_medium=wp-widget&amp;utm_campaign=social-media-widget">Check out the latest WordPress deals for your site.</a>
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<a href="https://appsumo.com/tools/wordpress/?utm_source=sumo&amp;utm_medium=wp-widget&amp;utm_campaign=social-media-widget">Check out the latest WordPress deals for your site.</a>
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Create a folder on the filesystem that is publicly accessible via the interwebs. I suggest putting it in your wp-content folder and name it 'icons' 1.1. Your icons MUST be named the same as mine (facebook.png, twitter.png, pinterest.png, etc...) for this functionality to work! Navigate to the social-media-widget directory and view the files if you're not sure how they're named.
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Create a folder on the filesystem that is publicly accessible via the interwebs. I suggest putting it in your wp-content folder and name it 'icons' 1.1. Your icons MUST be named the same as mine (facebook.png, twitter.png, pinterest.png, etc...) for this functionality to work! Navigate to the social-media-widget directory and view the files if you're not sure how they're named.
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Please add a post on the Wordpress.org support forums with the plugin tagged.
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Please add a post on the Wordpress.org support forums with the plugin tagged.
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First - calm down. I'm happy to help you, and, if you ask those I've helped already, I don't mind providing individual service to people to get my widget working and looking right with your theme. If your theme is especially jacked up, I do do freelance work and would be happy to fix your entire theme for a fee. But back to the point, if something isn't working quite right on your site, INCLUDE A LINK. I can't help you with your site unless there is a link so I can see what's going on. Make sure my widget is enabled too. It gets old getting asked, "Why doesn't it look right on my site" and then finding that the comment-leaver left no link and if they did, my widget isn't even enabled on their site anymore.
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First - calm down. I'm happy to help you, and, if you ask those I've helped already, I don't mind providing individual service to people to get my widget working and looking right with your theme. If your theme is especially jacked up, I do do freelance work and would be happy to fix your entire theme for a fee. But back to the point, if something isn't working quite right on your site, INCLUDE A LINK. I can't help you with your site unless there is a link so I can see what's going on. Make sure my widget is enabled too. It gets old getting asked, "Why doesn't it look right on my site" and then finding that the comment-leaver left no link and if they did, my widget isn't even enabled on their site anymore.
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There is probably a compatibility issue with another plugin. These things happen. Because there are thousands of plugins from thousands of developers, all who develop in completely different ways, there are going to be issues that arise from time-to-time. These are more prevalent, however, from plugins that make system-wide changes (such as SEO Packs). Try disabling, one at a time, the other plugins until you find that one that is breaking my widget. Then e-mail me and tell me which plugin it was. I will then try to fix it. Unless I know what plugin is breaking it, I won't be able to fix it, ya see? There have also been issues with moved wp-content folders or custom WP_CONTENT_URL's that caused the images to break. This issue has been resolved since 2.3.
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There is probably a compatibility issue with another plugin. These things happen. Because there are thousands of plugins from thousands of developers, all who develop in completely different ways, there are going to be issues that arise from time-to-time. These are more prevalent, however, from plugins that make system-wide changes (such as SEO Packs). Try disabling, one at a time, the other plugins until you find that one that is breaking my widget. Then e-mail me and tell me which plugin it was. I will then try to fix it. Unless I know what plugin is breaking it, I won't be able to fix it, ya see? There have also been issues with moved wp-content folders or custom WP_CONTENT_URL's that caused the images to break. This issue has been resolved since 2.3.
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Getting your iTunes Ping account information is slightly more difficult. You need to load up your Ping profile within iTunes then right click on your name and select "Copy Link." Input this into the iTunes Ping option in the Social Media Widget. When the user clicks it, it will prompt the user to open up iTunes. This will then take them directly to your iTunes Ping account in iTunes.
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Getting your iTunes Ping account information is slightly more difficult. You need to load up your Ping profile within iTunes then right click on your name and select "Copy Link." Input this into the iTunes Ping option in the Social Media Widget. When the user clicks it, it will prompt the user to open up iTunes. This will then take them directly to your iTunes Ping account in iTunes.
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While I attempt to provide you with the most logical guide to start with as default values in the control panel (e.g. http://www.twitter.com/yourname where you just replace yourname), not all of these services follow the same profile links that I provided. In some cases, you need to customize your "public link" such as in Yelp, and LinkedIn to use the default urls that I provide. If you don't know your public profile, I will have a very hard time figuring it out for you. The easiest way to figure it out is to log in to your social media site, and find a button that says, "View Profile." This is more often than not the profile URL you should input. This is the method I used in adding the default URLs. Also note that I don't use all of these social media sites. I just created accounts quickly to find a likely default URL. They could be wrong.
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While I attempt to provide you with the most logical guide to start with as default values in the control panel (e.g. http://www.twitter.com/yourname where you just replace yourname), not all of these services follow the same profile links that I provided. In some cases, you need to customize your "public link" such as in Yelp, and LinkedIn to use the default urls that I provide. If you don't know your public profile, I will have a very hard time figuring it out for you. The easiest way to figure it out is to log in to your social media site, and find a button that says, "View Profile." This is more often than not the profile URL you should input. This is the method I used in adding the default URLs. Also note that I don't use all of these social media sites. I just created accounts quickly to find a likely default URL. They could be wrong.
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Check your style.css file. I'm sure you have something in there that is forcing alignment of your widgets. You'll have to modify that. If you don't know how to do CSS... Learn.
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Check your style.css file. I'm sure you have something in there that is forcing alignment of your widgets. You'll have to modify that. If you don't know how to do CSS... Learn.
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The only animation supported by Internet Explorer is Scale, and that only works reliably with Internet Explorer 8. Scale is also included in Combo. No other animations will work. This is because I do not want to use Javascript to animate my icons. All of these animations are using CSS3 styles. The animations work the best with Webkit based browsers such as Chrome and Safari, or Firefox 4. Firefox 3.x is fully supported, without CSS3 transition animations.
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The only animation supported by Internet Explorer is Scale, and that only works reliably with Internet Explorer 8. Scale is also included in Combo. No other animations will work. This is because I do not want to use Javascript to animate my icons. All of these animations are using CSS3 styles. The animations work the best with Webkit based browsers such as Chrome and Safari, or Firefox 4. Firefox 3.x is fully supported, without CSS3 transition animations.
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Yes I can. Please leave a comment in the Wordpress.org forums tagging my plugin.
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Yes I can. Please leave a comment in the Wordpress.org forums tagging my plugin.
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If you don't understand what it means to create a folder and upload to that folder on the filesystem, or if you don't know what a path to a folder is, I would suggest sticking with one of the four default icon packs.
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If you don't understand what it means to create a folder and upload to that folder on the filesystem, or if you don't know what a path to a folder is, I would suggest sticking with one of the four default icon packs.
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You can also upload the icons individually through Wordpress. These will be uploaded to your /wp-content/uploads/year/month/ folder by default. Use this as a starting point for your custom icon pack URL and Path
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You can also upload the icons individually through Wordpress. These will be uploaded to your /wp-content/uploads/year/month/ folder by default. Use this as a starting point for your custom icon pack URL and Path
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