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Social Share by WP Dev Shed


The easy and simple way to share you blog posts via Facebook and Twitter. Just activate the plugin and go to Appearance > Customize to set your preferences for display. You can choose to display before and/or after content on pages and posts. You can also choose to display the share buttons anywhere in a page or post using the short code [wpdev_social_share]


  • screenshot-1.png displays the Facebook and Twitter share buttons on an article


  1. Download the plugin.
  2. Extract the folder.
  3. Upload the /social-share-by-wp-dev-shed/ folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory on your site.
  4. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  5. Go to Appearance > Customize to change settings
  6. Or use the short code [wpdev_social_share] to manually display share buttons anywhere in a page or post


March 17, 2017
I installed this plugin when i stumbling to find good plugins for my sites. I have more than 10 wp sites. I Wanna say this plugin is really cool. It is not affecting to loading speed of my blog. I used it on my blog- and few another of mine. Just use it 🙂
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Contributors & Developers

“Social Share by WP Dev Shed” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • tested to latest version of WordPress


  • Updated Customizer settings to set to off or disabled by default.


  • Added a new settings in Customize so you can now choose where you want the button to display either Post or Page or disable at all.


  • Added shortcode [wpdev_social_share], so you can display the social sharing button anytime anywhere you want.


  • Added feature to control where the buttons appear. At the top of posts, the bottom or both.


  • Removed the Facebook OpenGraph meta data
  • Modified the buttons and converted the text as part of the graphic


  • First release