Support » Plugin: Add Link to Facebook » plugin uses unintentionally the text widget

  • Resolved gimicx


    when I activate the like button in the settings, it sets it under individual posts but also unintentionally to a text-widget where I linked a picture to facebook.
    but I want the button just under the contributory

    <div id="right-sidebar"><aside id="search-2" class="widget widget_search"> … </aside><aside id="text-2" class="widget widget_text"><div class="textwidget"><p> … </p>
    <div class="fb-like fb_edge_widget_with_comment fb_iframe_widget" data-font="segoe ui" data-show-faces="false" data-width="150" data-send="false" data-href="" fb-xfbml-state="rendered"><span style="height: 28px; width: 225px;">
    <iframe id="f1caf37044793e2" class="fb_ltr" scrolling="no" name="f213ab2ac2edc2e" style="border: medium none; overflow: hidden; height: 28px; width: 225px;" title="Like this content on Facebook." src="">#document<!DOCTYPE html><html id="facebook" class="" lang="de"><head> … </head>
    <body class="plugin gecko win Locale_de_DE"><div class="_li"><div class="pluginSkinLight pluginFontSegoe"><div><table id="u_0_0" class="uiGrid pluginConnectButtonLayoutRoot" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="width: 225px;"><tbody><tr><td class="vTop hCent"><div><form id="u_0_1" onsubmit="return window.Event && Event.__inlineSubmit && Event.__inlineSubmit(this,event)" action="/plugins/like/disconnect" method="post" ajaxify="/plugins/like/disconnect" rel="async">
    <input type="hidden" autocomplete="off" value="AQBf6dcW" name="fb_dtsg"></input><input type="hidden" value="" name="href" autocomplete="off"></input><input type="hidden" value="like" name="action" autocomplete="off"></input><input type="hidden" name="nobootload" autocomplete="off"></input>
    <input type="hidden" value="" name="iframe_referer" autocomplete="off"></input>
    <input type="hidden" name="ref" autocomplete="off"></input><div class="pluginConnectButton"><div class="pluginButton pluginButtonInline pluginConnectButtonDisconnected hidden_elem" title=""> … </div>
    <div class="pluginButton pluginButtonPressed pluginButtonInline pluginButtonX pluginConnectButtonConnected" title=""> … </div></div></form></div></td><td class="pls" style="width: 90%"><div class="uiIconText" style="padding-left: 19px;"><i class="img sp_like sx_like_fav" style="top: 0px;"></i><span id="u_0_2"> … </span><span id="u_0_3" class="hidden_elem"> … </span></div></td></tr></tbody></table><div id="u_0_8" class="_56zz hidden_elem _56z-"></div><script> … </script></div></div></div><script> … </script><script> … </script></body></html></iframe></span></div><p> … </p></div></aside></div></div>
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    thx for help

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  • I guess the text-widget is from another plugin and realized using a custom post type, if so, see the FAQ, question U34 (this also applies to the like button).

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    THX for your help, but it did not work in my case.
    But i think theres a bug with the plugin members only and i got it solved.


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