Icons are all one attached to another (7 posts)

  1. fabthi
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I just installed Sociable and I selected them to be the smallest size; however in my post pages they look one attached to another, see it published.
    Besides that I don't really like it, it's not the way they are shown in the Preview in my Sociable settings page (see preview).
    What can I do to correct this issue? Also, how can I have them displayed as a mononotone (i.e grey)???


  2. fabthi
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I solved installing ShareThis instead, and it does look nice now

  3. sociable
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 4 years ago #


    if you want to use Sociable again we can guide you to solve this problem


  4. fabthi
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Okay, I'd like to know if I can display icons as monochromes (e.g light gray) and, if it's possible, how should I make it.

  5. fabthi
    Posted 3 years ago #

    What I mean is that I would like to go from
    or even to
    this one

  6. Michael
    Part-Time Forum Moderator
    Posted 3 years ago #

    download the images of the plugin; use a graphics program to decolorize or to change the color, re-upload, and make a note not to update the plugin.

    there is no 'build-into-wordpress' way of doing this.

    just saw this - and you got the same answer in here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/sharethis-how-to-change-icons-color?replies=4 - please do not start two topics for the samw problem or ask the same question in two differnt topics.

  7. fabthi
    Posted 3 years ago #

    please do not start two topics.....

    I understand what you mean but in fact it's two different topics about two different plugins, since I switched from one to the other.

    download the images of the plugin..

    That is why I started another topic, because I have been left without a reply from the other topic.
    And, about the issue itself, my concern is about how to locate plugin images; I was told (in the other topic) to right click on plugin icons and then locate the files. But , at least to me, it doesn't seem working. So my question is: how do I find where plugin images files are located in my website?

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