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  • Resolved Native Imaging


    What a huge relief, I wish I would’ve found this sooner!

    Thank you very much. Donation underway…

    also, Font-Glyphs are replacing all png/gif’s for social icons to reduce http requests. WP 3.6 2013 theme has some included already, but what I’ve found to work best is leaving an input field for the “data-icon” code..

    Installing and testing now! 🙂 <3

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  • Plugin Author Claudio Sanches


    We use CSS sprite and so it only makes request to an image.

    But I think in the future to use font.

    Font-glyphs would be great. Actually, the fact that I can just use the php functions is excellent. I can insert them frommy font glyph that is already included. But I definitely think for a future update, it would be really convenient to have an input field for each social network to insert the <span data-icon=***></span> would really be convenient.

    One thing I noticed about the CSS for the Social Counter widget is the use of the float:left. I’ve always found better relative placement by using display:inline-block, and text-align:center for the container. Seems to have better control over placement and relative positioning. And also, i noticed the color setting has an !important set on the color, which can be inconvenient sometimes depending on the widget area used and their background colors.

    Also, I just have one important feature request, and if you can add this, i will send a nice donation for all of the excellent work.>>> VIMEO!!?? 😕

    Plugin Author Claudio Sanches


    Color can be configured by menu plugin.
    To put important because some people had problems with it.

    But how this changes the options is fine.

    About the float is because the plugin was made when needed to work in IE7 (that does not support for inline-block).

    Just to let the functions you can create your widget with no problem ^^

    I’ve been wanting to add the vimeo, probably soon should I be doing this.

    If you think something is wrong and want to contribute to the code of the plugin can do this by GitHub without problem:

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