Tilt Social Share Widget is a simple widget that allows you to enable sharing of your posts and/or pages.
With Tilt Social Share Widget you can activate the following sharing services:
- Google Bookmarks
- Google Buzz
- Yahoo Bookmarks
To know more about Tilt Social Share Widget go to xonoxlabs.com
You can download and install Tilt Social Share Widget using the built in WordPress plugin installer. If you download Tilt Social Share Widget manually, make sure it is uploaded to “/wp-content/plugins/tilt-social-share/”.
Activate Tilt Social Share Widget in the “Plugins” admin panel using the “Activate” link.
On your Widgets section (under Appearance) the Tilt Social Share Widget will be available to use. Just drag it to one of your sidebars or other widget containers and you’ll be able to set it up to suit your needs.
- Can I use my own icons?
Yes. You can apply your own CSS to the icons. If you don’t style it and don’t use the Tilt Social Share CSS, the widget will gracefully fall into your site’s Unordered List classes.
- How can I change the order of the icons?
In the settings form, there’s a field labeled ‘Order’, which you can use to achieve your desired order. By default, the order shown in the settings is the order followed, but the slugs inside the ‘Order’ field will appear primarily followed by the other active share services.
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Corrected CSS problem to be compatible with Aggregate theme (Thank you Aurélien and Jason for pointing it out).
Added possibility not to use the widget on the Homepage (Paul’s suggestion).
You can now select what to share on homepage. You can share latest post on the blogroll or the site title and tagline (By suggestion of Yuriy and Diane).
Removed the possibility to use own CSS (no one was using it anyway).
Correction of non-update issue.
Corrected an issue on 404 pages (Thank you Terence for pointing it out AND giving a solution for it).
Updated Google+ submission link (Thank you Daniel Pass for pointing it out).
Added a few steps on the installation procedure for those who are just starting with WordPress (Thank you Jason for the heads up).
Updated StumbleUpon logo.
Added 4 social services: Pinterest, Diigo, Yahoo Bookmarks and Designbump (Thank you Arrisje for reminding me to add such a popular social service as Pinterest).
Corrected dots appearing before each icon on some browsers (Thank you Mary Zahrt).
Corrected CSS loading problem (icons were not visible).