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[Resolved] Pinterest positioning

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  • Plugin Contributor Brandon_Orndorff
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    @brandon_orndorff

    You can edit the file directly that holds the plugin and add a line break above the Pinterest icon if you feel comfortable doing so. If not and you trust me to access it I can fix this as well but I will say it should be easy enough for you to do yourself.

    1. login to your admin area for wordpress
    2. select “Plugins -> Edit”
    3. make sure you have AA’s Digg Digg Alternative selected
    4. select the file “aas-digg-digg-alternative/floating-social-bar.php”
    5. Find the line with the following code:
    <a href="http://pinterest.com/pin/create/button/?url=<?php the_permalink(); ?>
    (it will be in there 3 times, home, pages, posts)
    6. in all three locations add <br> before the <a href and save it.
    7. The floating bars settings may reset after saving this (like installed for the first time)
    8. The reset issue should be fixed in the next update.

    If you have any problems with this please let me know and I will do my best to explain any aspect further.

    Thank you for using the Digg Digg Alternative toolbar.

    Great, that worked! Thanks so much for the support and creating this plug-in!

    Plugin Contributor Brandon_Orndorff
    Member

    @brandon_orndorff

    I have fixed the spacing in update 1.4, thank you for your input

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