Support » Plugin: Simple Social Icons » Bloglovin button

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  • FYI, the SubToMe widget supports BlogLovin!

    Andrea Whitmer

    (@nutsandboltsmedia)

    +1 for a Blog Lovin’ button. My clients request this CONSTANTLY.

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    You can always add social buttons as text with html in a text widget.

    Andrea Whitmer

    (@nutsandboltsmedia)

    Which defeats the purpose of using a font-based plugin like Simple Social Icons. No one wants one lone button that doesn’t match.

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    It’s been passed on to the dev.

    YES YES YES. A Bloglovin button, is it in the works? Would love to see one!

    I would love to see a Feedly button as well! Then I could start using this plugin.

    Andrea Whitmer

    (@nutsandboltsmedia)

    @cookieandkate I just use the RSS button – when people using Feedly click on my Feedburner link, they’re automatically prompted to add it to Feedly.

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    Just as a follow-up – the icons come from the font used in the plugin.

    The font would have to include the icons. We are not the font authors.

    Andrea Whitmer

    (@nutsandboltsmedia)

    Blog Lovin’ just uses a plus sign, which is included in Fontello. So we can keep hoping. 🙂

    @andrea Whitmer, when I’m logged into Feedly and click on my blog’s Feedburner RSS link, I’m still sent to Feedburner, and Feedburner doesn’t present a Feedly subscription option.

    Andrea Whitmer

    (@nutsandboltsmedia)

    @cookiesandkate – In the Simple Social Icons widget, swap out your Feedburner URL for the Feedly URL.

    You can add the bloglovin quite easy, if you edit the simple-social-icon.php file look for line 138:

    'youtube' => array(
    				'label'   => __( 'YouTube URI', 'ssiw' ),
    				'pattern' => '<li class="social-youtube"><a href="%s" %s></a></li>',
    			),

    after this simple add this code:

    'bloglovin' => array(
    				'label'   => __( 'Bloglovin', 'ssiw' ),
    				'pattern' => '<li class="social-bloglovin"><a href="%s" %s><strong>+</strong></a></li>',
    			),

    Then under the widget settings you now have a field for bloglovin. Hope that helps.

    I am all for a bloglovin button! Been waiting for them to add one to this plugin!

    Four months and no bloglovin button option?

    Please?

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