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Piccshare for WordPress
Hide the piccshare button from specific images (2 posts)

  1. piccshare
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hiding the piccshare button

    In order to hide the piccshare from specific images just add this attribute to the <img> tag:

    <img class="no_piccshare" src="http://piccshare.com/images/apple.jpg">

    You can also hide the piccshare button from a whole block of HTML by adding the attribute to the parent element such as:

    <div id="fruits" class="no_piccshare">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/apple.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/banana.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/peanut.jpg">

    In the example above the piccshare button will be hidden for all 3 images at the "fruit" block.


  2. SmileyVee
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi there and thank you for making this available. I'm a novice building my 1st website. After installing the perfect Piccshare social media buttons for my individual pics in the gallery. I noticed it made my slider on my home page not load and continue to buffer. I was so thankful to find your post about this. I've tried adding this:

    <div id="toto" class="no_piccshare">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO logo-9.24.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO-1st Slider Brown - 9.23.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO 2nd Slider - 9.25.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO 3rd Slider - 9.24.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO Brush Your Teeth - 9.10.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO New Outlook - 9.16.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO I Don't Like You - 9.16.12.jpg">
    <img src="http://piccshare.com/images/TOTO 1st Kiss - 9.16.12.jpg">

    However it didn't stop the non-loading or buffering of the slide on my home page. The dashes & dates are part of the name of the pics. I don't think I put the above in the correct area. I added the above on the Edit Page for the home page under HTML. Can you please tell me exactly where to plug this in and if it's correct. Thank you so much.

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