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[resolved] Move Icons/Links (4 posts)

  1. GWAVE23
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi,

    Thanks for this plugin, every is working perfect!

    There is just one thing I need help with. I want to move the icons/links from the bottom right of my posts but, the options on allow you to have them at the bottom or top (left, right and center).

    I want to put the icons in a cutom place but im not to sure on what code to put and where.

    I have looked here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-tweet-this-manually-input-function-anywhere-in-theme-files?replies=8

    But I am just not sure on where to put the code.

    Here is a screen of what I want: http://i890.photobucket.com/albums/ac108/GWAVE-23-xDoWx/tweetthisscreen.png

    I want the icons/links to be on the right hand side of the title. I want them to stay aligned right and also to be on the same line as the title.

    Thanks in advance.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tweet-this/

  2. richardxthripp
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    There is a setting for this under the Advanced Options section: "Insert Tweet This block before content" checkbox and "Insert Tweet This block after content" checkbox. However, there is no setting to put the links on the same line as the title, so you would have to use the tweet_this() function or another method to do this.

    However, most people would probably want to tweet/share an article after reading it, or during reading it, rather than before reading it.

  3. GWAVE23
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    However, most people would probably want to tweet/share an article after reading it, or during reading it, rather than before reading it.

    After reading this is makes a lot more sense to have it where I currently have it lol. Thanks for your reply.

  4. richardxthripp
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    You're welcome! There are some readers who may instinctively scroll up to the top of the article after reading it, but I think more people are used to having sharing links at the bottom... you could also put them in both places, but then people may get confused and think the buttons do different things.

    Another option is to have a static JavaScript bar at the bottom of the page allowing the user to share the current page, and I've seen this implemented with other plugins, but it seems too intrusive. Having the same bar at the top of the page would be more like the StumbleUpon browser add-on.

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