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  • Plugin Author Igor Benic


    Hi @stzlata,

    is that on the admin side or on the front side? As on the front side, this might be due to a style property which is easily fixable.

    I just need to know so I can tackle it in the next minor update.

    It’s on the front-end side. Here’s a test giveaway:

    Also, instead of FACEBOOK+2 for the sharing buttons, it would look nicer if it’s Facebook (2 pts).

    In general, turning service name into all-caps is not a good idea. Same with the other actions below (the Facebook Like and YouTube Subscribe) – they are all caps, the action buttons are huge and the cancel underneath looks terribly imbalanced. I think the buttons should be one strip, maybe the action button should be bigger, but cancel should be on it’s right, not below. I don’t get why this whole thing should be an accordion instead of just one button. I guess you have no way to check if a page was liked, Twitter profile – followed, etc. I assumed (wrongly!) that the premium version was doing just that – similarly to how checks if those conditions are met.

    Plugin Author Igor Benic


    Hi @stzlata,

    to make those options lowercase, you can use pase this code into Giveaways > Settings > Scripts > Header

    	.giveasap_sharing li a,
    	.sg-extra-action .sg-extra-action-title {
    		text-transform: none;

    As for the accordion part, I’ve created that so there can be a description on how to perform an action as such. I agree that for just a link click, there could be just a simple button that would do everything. That I might look into enabling.

    As for other future actions, the expanded content could have the Facebook page widget and other things. I plan to have at least one new action such as liking the Facebook page or Twitter in the next major update (2.21.0).

    Although, liking a Facebook page to gain points is prohibited by Facebook due to their Policy change. But I’ll look into making that possible by using description to explain what to do and then “check”.

    That is a bit complex, so it might take more than a few weeks to create it.

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