Hi Syed & team. First of all, thanks for this great plugin. I couldn't agree more that all the other available social plugins are bloated, over-complicated and slow. (When I run page speed analyses and tests for clients, the top offender is almost always a social plugin.) So it's great that people who care about things like that now have a better option.
I just wanted to ask about a few differences that I noticed between the social bar that this great plugin produces -- and the one on your site, which has:
-a "comments" module (icon + # of comments) that appears on the far right side of the bar
-vertical line separators between the modules
-text style & formatting (the title's font, size, line height, margins, padding, color, etc are all different than the default styling applied by the plugin)
My questions are:
1. Do you plan on adding the ability to include a comments module? And vertical line separators?
2. I assume you styled the text to be consistent with the rest of your site's heading elements (i.e. Oswald). For brand & consistency purposes, 16pt Arial may not work well on many sites -- so do you think you might add the ability for users to customize the plugin's title element from within the settings? (I don't have a problem tweaking CSS files, but I imagine many users won't be comfortable with it.)