If that's the case, then I'm a bit miffed, and I have another question.
I'm angry because your "System Requirements" for this product do NOT state that you need PHP:
In fact, in the requirements is says "Works with static, dynamic or template pages" - I knew you guys dropped ASP support a while back, so I called your sales department - I was told this product would work with ANY dynamic page (as your requirements say). If it doesn't support ALL dynamic pages, then your requirements should state that.
If this is the case, that it won't work on an ASP page, then why can I use the SHARE buttons, using the "use current page" feature on an ASP page and it works fine?
I still think you should list PHP being a requirement for ALL your products...it's a bit shady to say it works with dynamic pages, and that say later, only certain ones...my 2 cents.