Puts Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google "+1", Pinterest, Tumblr and other share buttons of your choice above or below your posts.
Facebook Like is the official Button actively supported by Facebook. On 18th July 2012 Facebook dropped support for the (old and long time deprecated) Share button, so this button has been removed from the plugin and replaced with an externali link with no counter.
This is an automated Facebook behaviour: clicking Facebook Like the user can't choose each time which image to share, but you can set the right image inside the code using the Open Graph Tag og:image.
Uncheck all the "Show buttons in these pages" options in the
Settings->Really simple share menu, except for "Single posts".
This way all the share buttons should disappear, except the one displayed beside the post in every Single post page.
Yes, every button has its own div class (e.g. "really_simple_share_twitter") for easy customization inside the theme css files.
Plus, the div surrounding all buttons has its own class "really_simple_share".
If you want to override default styling of the buttons, check the
disable default styles option add your style rules inside your css theme file.
Yes, you can call this PHP function:
<?php echo really_simple_share_publish($link='', $title=''); ?>
You can pass the share link and the title as parameters. You shouldn't leave the parameters blank, unless the code is put inside the WP loop. For example, use this code to create buttons linking to the website home page:
<?php echo really_simple_share_publish(get_bloginfo('url'), get_bloginfo('name')); ?>
The PinIt button requires some media to share, so it only shows up when the post contains at least one image.
The PinIt counter only appear if the post has been shared at least once. Also, the refresh time for the PinIt counter could be long.
Requires: 2.9+ or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-6-4
4 of 18 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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