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[Updated Plugin] Slick Social Share Buttons 2.3

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  1. The latest updates to the Slick Social Share Buttons plugin now includes both the delicious button and the Reddit button.

    Both buttons include options to add a horizontal button with/without a count and a vertical button with count.

    Share buttons available - facebook like, tweet, google +1, digg,delicious, reddit, linkedin, stumbledupon & pin it. Buttons can be added in either a floating or slide out tab.

    Plugin also includes Social statistics, which gives total share summaries for each button type for every post/page.

    Additional options for the plugin include:

    • Fully customised button location
    • Option to open the sliding button panel on page load.
    • Select size of social media buttons with live preview
    • Easily change the order of the buttons in the plugin options page using drag and drop
    • Select whether to show on - the WordPress home page, posts, pages, category Pages and archive pages.
    • Position floating buttons based on center of page as well as browser edge. Ideal for fixed width websites!
    • URL shortening for twitter using either bit.ly, digg, su.pr or tinyurl.
    • Shortcodes to add text links in the page content, which can open/close the button panel.

    License: GPL v2

    Project Page:
    http://www.designchemical.com/blog/index.php/wordpress-plugins/wordpress-plugin-slick-social-share-buttons/

    Demo Pages:
    Vertical slide out buttons:

    http://www.designchemical.com/lab/demo-wordpress-slick-social-share-buttons-plugin/
    Horizontal slide out buttons:
    http://www.designchemical.com/lab/demo-wordpress-slick-social-share-buttons-plugin-horizontal-panel/
    Floating Buttons:
    http://www.designchemical.com/lab/demo-wordpress-slick-social-share-buttons-plugin-floating-vertical-panel/

    See project page for more demos and screenshots

    Posted: 2 years #

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