Kiwi Social Share – Social Media Share Buttons & Icons

Description

This is by far the best & easiest to use WordPress social media share plugin. A WordPress share plugin with custom icons built-in.

Plugin Options

  • Social networks available: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN, Reddit, Pinterest, Google Plus & Email
  • Turn on/off each of them, individually.
  • Possibility of re-arranging icon position on the share bar.
  • Great UI with intuitive & simple options.
  • Built for the regular user.
  • Four different Skins.
  • The default, square style.
  • The more futuristic approach, shift style.
  • The friendly approach, pill (rounded corners) style.
  • The eye-catching approach, leaf style (like a leaf in the wind).
  • Display social icons: before content, after content or both.
  • Display social icons on: posts or pages.
  • Amazing loading speed.

WordPress Social Media Widget (for website)

A WordPress Social Media Widget solution is coming soon, stay tuned.

About us:

We are a young team of WordPress aficionados who love building WordPress plugins & Premium WordPress themes over on our theme shop. We’re also blogging and wish to help our users find the best Cheap WordPress hosting & the best Bootstrap WordPress Themes.

Screenshots

  • Screenshot of the back-end User Interface. All options are displayed above the fold (no scrolling, no fiddling around). Really easy to use.

Installation

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Upload the whole contents of the folder kiwi-social-share to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Enjoy using it 🙂

FAQ

Available filters (used for frontend rendering)
Article Bar Filters
kiwi_article_bar_list_custom_class
kiwi_before_article_bar
kiwi_before_first_article_bar_item
kiwi_after_last_article_bar_item
kiwi_after_article_bar

Floating Bar Filters
kiwi_floating_bar_list_custom_class
kiwi_before_floating_bar
kiwi_before_first_floating_bar_item
kiwi_after_last_floating_bar_item
kiwi_after_floating_bar

Reviews

Easy to set up

Good plugin that works well and is easy to set up. Limited options in free version but they are useful and revelant.

Wanted To Keep it but Couldn’t

I tried Kiwi Share on both my websites but I could not get its Email or Pinterest buttons to work. Nor could I turn off the Pinterest button. And even after a week or more of seeking support on the support forum for my issues, I received no response or help. So I can’t give this plugin a glowing review.

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Contributors & Developers

“Kiwi Social Share – Social Media Share Buttons & Icons” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.0.7

  • added uninstall feedback

2.0.6

  • WP 4.9 compatibility
  • Remove url encode on twitter button
  • WhatsApp button didn’t look alright on fit

2.0.4

  • Removed box shadow in the admin window
  • Changed how URLS are encoded for text
  • WhatsApp icon visibility is now handled with CSS ( wp_is_mobile function would not work on websites with cache )

2.0.3

  • Saving settings would cause errors on some servers

2.0.2

  • Ajax request failed on license activation

2.0.1

  • Minor bugs

2.0.0

  • Major upgrade

1.0.4

  • When checked, the Google+ icon wasn’t showing up. Fix provided via GitHub by @smartinsalmeida

1.0.3

  • Increased the weight on the front-end selectors so that margin & padding are harder to get overwritten by themes. Feels like some themes don’t want to play nice

1.0.2

  • Fixed a small bug where content wasn’t being returned if kiwi was turned off on posts and pages.
  • Added share bar margins top/bottom.
  • Fixed a small rendering bug in the back-end for images.
  • Fixed a small bug where content wasn’t being returned on !is_singular() pages (archives)

1.0.1

  • Replaced Kiwi Logo with Dashicons icon
  • Fixed a small bug with the notifications bar overlapping the form
    badge
  • Enhanced the way we control sortables. When you disable a radio
    within a sortable, that sortable gets it’s opacity lowered.
  • Properly formatted JS code with PHPStorm formatting.
  • Small assets/back-end/images/ re-organization. Now, social icons have
    been renamed and moved into their own folder.
  • Slightly re-worked the sortable/draggable field to support icons. No
    more CSS background images

1.0.0

  • Initial release