I’ve tried just about every sharing plugin and this is one of the lightest and cleanest! With that said, I have a suggestion.
I noticed a previous support topic on this subject
On that previous thread, Plugin Author @vaakash said “It is definitely a THEME problem. Choose a different theme and check that it will work fine. Just contact the theme author about this and he will clarify it.”
I’m having the same issue so I looked into this a little bit. On my Genesis child theme, I couldn’t get the post-links to go between the post content and Socializer links at the top or bottom. I found out why:
The post-links are added using the
add_actionmethod. By changing the
$priorityargument, the location of these and other post objects can be moved around in the templates.
add_action( 'genesis_post_content', 'genesis_do_post_content_nav', $priority);
The Socializer links are appended to the content directly using this filter:
add_filter('the_content', array($wpsr_content_op, 'output')); add_filter('the_excerpt', array($wpsr_excerpt_op, 'output'));
I disagree that this is necessarily a “theme problem”. Regardless of the setting of
$priority, it is not possible to add post-links or other content between the Socializer links and content using
add_action. Instead, the Socializer links must be stripped off the content and re-added separately, which is significantly more complicated to do cleanly. I spent some time trying to figure this out but wasn’t able to do it before I had to move on.
On a future revision, I’d suggest considering changing the Socializer link insertion code to account for post-links, or allow more flexible insertion.
Thanks again for the great plugin!
- The topic ‘Move Socializer Under Post-Links Revisited’ is closed to new replies.