Support » Plugin: WordPress Share Buttons Plugin – AddThis » AddThis AMP incompatibility

  • Von

    (@goldmaverick)


    On my website at https://www.sambuno.com, the AddThis element appears behind images and content. The documentation states that it is AMP compatible, however it is behaving poorly with AMP.

    Please advise.

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  • Elsa

    (@elsaaddthis)

    Hi there,

    It looks like a CSS conflict. You just need to embed the below code in to the source code to fix the issue:

    <style type=”text/css”>
    amp-addthis.i-amphtml-layout-responsive.i-amphtml-layout-size-defined.i-amphtml-element.i-amphtml-layout {
    z-index: 9999 !important;
    }
    </style>

    Thread Starter Von

    (@goldmaverick)

    Hi Elsa,

    Thank you for responding.

    I added the code but if you hover your mouse over it there are still some noticeable issues. Please try.

    It is as though there are two addthis elements on my site. And the last icon warps when I hover my mouse over it

    Thread Starter Von

    (@goldmaverick)

    The issue with the icons appearing behind images also persists

    Thread Starter Von

    (@goldmaverick)

    I added the code to the ‘additional css’ customizer facet of wordpress. Should I add it elsewhere?

    Thread Starter Von

    (@goldmaverick)

    AMP CSS did does allow >> !important

    Thread Starter Von

    (@goldmaverick)

    AMP CSS does NOT allow >> !important

    Please advise

    Thread Starter Von

    (@goldmaverick)

    I deleted the plugin due the this issue with the share element rendering behind the images and text on my AMP website.

    I sent a screencast to support, but they don’t have any timeline on engaging the issue.

    At any rate, thanks for your help. I’ll investigate another path.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 4 weeks ago by Von. Reason: Making a correction
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