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Sharebar

LICENSE TYPE: INFINITE

Description

To get advanced Share options, go here!

Sharebar adds a dynamic and fully customizable vertical box to the left of a blog post that contains links/buttons to popular social networking sites. For wide blogs, a vertical bar with popular sharing icons appears on the left of your post. If the page is resized below 1000px (default), the vertical bar disappears and a horizontal sharebar appears under the post title.

Big Buttons are used in the vertical Sharebar to the left of the post, while the Small Buttons are used in the horizontal Sharebar that appears under the post title (by default) if the width of the page is less than 1000px (or whatever value you set).

Social sharing buttons

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Email
  • Stumbleupon
  • Reddit

When Auto mode (enabled in settings) is ON, the Sharebars are added automatically. When Auto mode is off, you must manually add the sharebar code to your template files:

  • Vertical (next to post) Sharebar:
  • Horizontal Sharebar:

You can also call an individual button in any template by using the following code (where size is either big or small):

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Installation

Upload the Sharebar plugin to your plugins directory, activate it and it should work out of the box. Then tweak the buttons and settings to your likings!

FAQ

First, make sure the plugin is properly installed and if youre using manual mode, the sharebar code has been added to your single.php template. If youre using auto mode, verify that the sharebar list is being added to your post in the source code (look for

    ). If its not in the source, there is a problem with the plugin settings or implementation. If it is there, chances are the error is CSS-based make sure the parent container element of the post (or the post element itself) does not have the overflow:hidden; CSS property applied to it, as it may sometimes render the sharebar invisible.

Play with the Right Offset in the settings page of the plugin this should include the total width of your sidebar or whatever elements are between your post and the right most edge of your blog.

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