WordPress.org

Support

Support » Plugins and Hacks » Slick Social Share Buttons » [Resolved] Stumbleupon Kills Page on iOS / Mobile Safari

[Resolved] Stumbleupon Kills Page on iOS / Mobile Safari

Viewing 15 replies - 1 through 15 (of 20 total)
  • Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    Hi,

    Thanks for the explanation.

    Unfortunately it wasnt tested for mobiles. I will try and find out why stumbleupon in particular is causing problems. Unfortunately not having a mobile to test it on may make it hard to discover.

    Are there problems with both floating and the sticky tabs?

    Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    Hi,

    I think I have found the cause of the problem – the stumbleupon script that creates the iframe for the button seems to be doing strange things in Safari – possibly related to Safari’s interpretation of when to initialise the jQuery.

    I have changed the stumbleupon code so that it no longer calls the iframe via javascript but writes it directly into HTML. Seems to work OK now but would be grateful if you could please confirm that mobile is OK.

    Updated version 1.2 – should be available for download in about 15 mins. Update also adds Digg to the options

    Thanks

    Thank you for your update!

    We’ve upgraded to version 1.2.5 and have included Stumbleupon on a “slide out” version, which seems to be working properly.

    However, the Google+ button does not display on Mobile Safari. Any ideas?

    Thanks!

    -Brian & WR

    …also, is there any way to have the vertical+count version of the LinkedIn share button sized to match Facebook/Google+/Twitter/Stumbleupon? That would be great 🙂

    Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    Hi,

    I will check the google site to see if any reason why it shouldnt appear. Have not heard of any other issues with google +

    The buttons are generated by each sites API so this is the standard size for linkedin unfortunately

    Checking the plugin today, it seems as though the Vertical + Count twitter button is displaying as the Horizontal + Count button.

    This has been replicated in Firefox 6.0, mobile Safari (iPhone/iPad), Safari 5.1 (mac) and IE9.

    Also, just wanted to confirm that the Google+ button does not display in Mobile Safari for the iPad either.

    Cheers!

    -Brian & WR

    Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    The vertical + count twitter button has been tested and definitely displays correctly as can be seen on all of the demos on the plugin site http://www.designchemical.com/blog/index.php/wordpress-plugins/wordpress-plugin-slick-social-share-buttons/

    Perhaps we should have stated that we’re still using the following options:

    Type: Slide Out
    Location: Left
    Offset: 50px
    Direction: Vertical
    Default Skin: Y
    Slide Speed 600 (ms)
    Auto-Close: Y
    Load Open: N

    Please see screenshot HERE.

    Thx!

    -Brian & WR

    Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    The options above shouldnt change the type of button shown, they are only controlled via the button settings. If you browse to the demos I listed above do you see a vertical or horizontal button?

    If the former then there is obviously something locally preventing the vertical option from being saved in the back end since I cant see any cause that would change the button on the front end.

    Maybe try disabling other plugins one by one to see if this helps. We havent come across a similar problem before

    If you check the source code for the tweet button does it have the vertical or horizontal parameter – the code looks similar to:

    <li id="dcssb-twitter" class="size-box"><a href="http://twitter.com/share" data-url="http://t.co/ZQB8Ukr" class="twitter-share-button" <strong>data-count="vertical"</strong> data-via="designchemical"></a></li>

    Thank you for your attention to this matter!

    Please see our button configuration here. This is what it looks like on-site.

    This is a portion of the code extracted from our site which does reference a vertical selection.

    class="twitter-share-button" 11="data-count="vertical""

    It would also help to mention that today the facebook button is not showing properly either — Google+ is however!

    Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    Hi,

    I think the facebook problem is an issue with facebook as Im also seeing the same thing with other sites with different plugins

    Is this the exact code you are seeing in the source code for the twitter button as there is an error although I cant find any way it would appear from the plugin – any chance you can email me a file of the page source code or the site URL so I can take a look?

    Thanks! You can view our site here.

    It looks like Facebook is back in working condition, but Google+ is gone in Firefox (Mac/PC) and showing a Red (!) in mobile Safari (iPad/iPhone)… It looks great in Safari (Mac) and IE9 however (except for Twitter that is) 🙂

    Hey remix4,

    Any word on why Twitter is still showing ‘horizontal + count’ on our site? We have updated to the newest version as well.

    Thanks!

    -Brian & WR

    Plugin Author remix4

    @remix4

    The google error is from google. Hopefully this will rectify itself soon

    The twitter URL in your source code has been rewritten by something. Do you have any functions or plugins, which rewrite URLs – possibly one that adds target=”_blank” to external links?

Viewing 15 replies - 1 through 15 (of 20 total)
  • The topic ‘[Resolved] Stumbleupon Kills Page on iOS / Mobile Safari’ is closed to new replies.
Skip to toolbar