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Thread began 2/17/2011 10:41 am by jim.winfield253678 | Last modified 2/18/2011 5:14 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1055 views | 3 replies |

jim.winfield253678

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I'm trying to keep the icons in a line rather than have them on top of each other. I am using it in a word press theme and cant figure out how to show up as i want it to.

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This is an example of what i mean

Jim Winfield

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neilo

The divs containing the buttons have a class name of '.button' and are inside a div with a class name of 'wa_social_counter_hr'.

I can't locate rules for these classes in your stylesheets, but you may know where they are. If you can't find the rule to edit, add the following to the end of your page_templates.css:

.wa_social_counter_hr .button {float:left; padding:5px 5px 0 0}
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annette422626

buttons as SSI

If the buttons are in an include, how do I pass the title of the page to it?

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Dani Chankhour

Most of the share buttons just use the title of the page that you are on.

So even though the share are in an include file they should still get the title of the page they are actually one.


In addition, some of these buttons allow you to add your own title, and we will try to add that as a feature in the next version.

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