Simple Social Tiny adds social network buttons, five social sharing buttons, such as: Facebook “Like it!”, Google plus on “+1”, Twitter share and Pinterest Pin it. Google followPlugin is fully customizable. You can decide where to put those buttons:
- Buttons above the post content
- Buttons under the post content
- Buttons above and under the post
That’s not all. Simple Social Tiny can also add social media buttons to:
- Static Pages
- Front Page
- Posts Categories
- Date Archives
- Tags Archives
Want’s more? Now you can change the order of buttons on your pages and posts.
Let your visitors share your content with friends and let them promote your blog. Facebook, Google Plus, Pinterest and Twitter are the most popular social networks nowadays. Don’t miss the opportunity, and help publish your content and links to those social media networks.
Simple Social Tiny is currently in the following languages:
- Download the latest version of Simple Social Tiny
- Upload folder named simple-social-Tiny to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- (Optional) Customize the buttons in the Settings > Simple Social Tiny menu
That’s it. Buttons will show on your blog posts.
You can also use this plugin directly in your template by function
<?php get_ssb([$order]); ?>, where
$order is a string with args ( example:
$order = "googleplus=1&fblike=2&twitter=3" ) or an array ( example:
$order = array('googleplus' => 1, 'fblike' => 2, 'twitter' => 3) ). If you would like to hide a specified button, you should set order to “0”.
Is the plugin free?
Yes, it’s free.
Is the plug will be developed?
Yes. I will develop Simple Social Tiny. There will be more buttons, more customization.
Why use this plugin?
This plugin automatically adds the Facebook Like button, Google plus one +1, Google Follow, Twitter share button and Pinterest Pin for each post on your blog. This is the simples and effective way to promote your blog in social media networks.
Facebook button doesn’t appear?
Make sure you have set WPLANG in wp-config.php file. Correct values are “en_US” for english.
- First stable release.
- Design Bug Fixes.