Support » Plugin: Jamie Social Icons » [Plugin: Jamie Social Icons] Social buttons position!

  • Resolved analuciadacruz


    I started using your plugin today, adding manually the [jamiesocial] code where i wanted the plugin to appear! It’s a really truly easy plugin to use, but i’m having a small issue: my social buttons appear in a vertical row instead of the horizontal row I saw on the screenshots, can you give me a help on where do I solve this?

    I truly recommend this plugin! It’s light, easy to use, user-friendly…! Just use it!

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  • I also have a kind of black dots before the buttons like this:

    . facebook like button
    . google + button
    . tweet button
    . pinterest button

    and so on….

    How can I make these disappear and then make all the buttons come on a horizontal line! Thank you in advance!

    Plugin Author martiniboy


    Hi thanks for downloading my plugin
    It sounds like it is not bringing in the style sheet for some reason. What theme are you using and I will do some investigation into why it is not.

    I’m using wprdpress with a theme from called imbalance that you can find here:

    I already rated your plugin 5 stars and added it to favorites! Nice plugin really really easy to use! Thanks for the plugin and for your support.

    Plugin Author martiniboy


    Hi analuciadacruz
    Thanks for rating my plugin with 5 stars, although it is not working 100% for you. I have just installed the imbalance theme my site and used the shortcode and it displayed as it should see screenshot. So I do not think that it theme related unless have you modified it at all. I am a little stumped.
    Here is a quick fix for you, but this will get overridden when you update the theme if you go to “Appearance” > “Editor”

    It should open on the stylesheet scroll to the bottom – you should see

    `.attachment #respond {
    margin-top: 15px;
    and paste below this

    ul#jamie_social {
    	list-style-type: none;
    	margin: 0px;
    	padding: 0px;
    	clear: both;
    ul#jamie_social li {
    	display: inline-block;
    	margin: 0px;
    	padding: 0px;
    	float: left;
    	min-width: 90px;
    #jamie_clear {
    	clear: both;
    	height: 0px;
    #pin {
    	position: relative;
    a.pinarea {
    	width: 43px;
    	height: 20px;
    	left: 0px;
    	top: 0px;

    this will put the correct style on the page for you and I will investigate further into why the stylesheet is not being pulled in for you. If you could send me a link to your site it may help.

    Hi martini boy!

    I don’t have the theme as it is originally, i’ve change it a lot! Maybe that’s why it didn’t work.
    I’ve changed what you told me to change and now it looks perfect!
    I’m gonna analise it carefully cause I like to understand what i’m doing wrong! I see parts of the css from the plugin on this code you gave me to paste inside stylesheet and maybe there is something i’ve changed that overwrites the css style from the plugin! Let’s see..

    If you would like to visit my website: (is a photography website) hope you like it! I’m starting using your plugin on the blog part!

    Thank you for your support! 🙂

    Hi again!

    I guess it really doesn’t have nothing to do with the theme, cause i’m trying to use the same plugin on another website (, and i’m experiencing different issues like having everything on an horizontal row besides the google + button that came a little bit spaced down… it’s really weird!

    Thank you one more time!

    Plugin Author martiniboy


    Hi analuciadacruz,
    I have just updated the plugin, see if the style sheet is applied now. I read somewhere about the server configuration can effect how the files are called, see how your websites never allows the www even if you type them in, but I think that I have called it the correct way now. Let me know if you are still experiencing problems.

    By the way excellent photography on the site.

    Hi there!

    I already updated the plugin and it works really great on the website!
    We have been having some issues with the www on both websites that we are solving it with our server team and also the support team from wordpress!
    On the website I still have a kind of an alignment issue with the google+ button that i’m trying to solve.

    But many thanks for your support! I could not solve this without this precious help!

    Plugin Author martiniboy


    Hi analuciadacruz
    I am still looking into your site issue with the google plus button, out of interest if you add the LinkedIn button do you get the same misalignment?

    Hi martiniboy!
    I’ve been trying different buttons combinations, and both google + and Linkedin buttons are always misaligned!
    If you need other feedback about this, please just ask.
    I’m sorry for the delay on the answers but I guess we are on different time zone!

    Thanks for your help!

    Plugin Author martiniboy


    Hi Analuciadacruz
    I think that I know what the issue is I will need to run a few more tests but should have an update over the weekend at some point. Apologies for delay in fixing this, do not have much time during the week to bug fix.

    Plugin Author martiniboy


    Apologies in delay in getting back to you, have not had any time to update my social plugin in the last few weeks but I have just updated so hopefully that will sort your issue with the google plus icon misalignment, I could not replicate what you were seeing on my test site so it is difficult to correct but if it is what I thought it the problem was that has been corrected. Any problems let me know

    you are incredible martiniboy!
    all your support is very appreciated!

    thank you so much!

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