flip button for Flipboard sharing options
AnonymousMarch 24, 2014 at 2:42 pm #8913
I would like to offer a “flip” button as a sharing option to have posts flipped to flipboard. Flipboard provided code:
Can you add flipboard flip/share button please?
This doesn’t need to be a theme feature. Just use a Graphene action hook widget area, add a text widget to that area, and add the following code to that text widget:
<a data-flip-widget="flipit" href="https://flipboard.com">Add to Flipboard Magazine.</a>
Other options for flip buttons are available here:
AnonymousMarch 24, 2014 at 6:27 pm #42384
I thought it much nicer if the flip button would be in the line up of other share buttons? is a reddit share button a theme feature? or facebook or… why not flip?Mod
AnonymousMarch 25, 2014 at 1:32 pm #42387
for above broken link to image: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8m73lzw6pkmos32/Screenshot%202014-03-25%2008.38.29.pngMod
AnonymousMarch 27, 2014 at 7:19 am #42389
I have been able to figure out one or two things myself. There are two use cases for share bottons.
1) in the #top-bar I have share buttons now directing to your my other presences on the web. With the custom options in graphene options I have created also a flipboard magazine link. (www.leika.nl) setting up these buttons is a very nice solution, thanks graphene! I used the custom mode to create monochrome buttons.
QUESTION: how do I arrange these icons in the TOP-BAR on the RIGHT side of the #top-bar?
2) Jetpack has share buttons as well. These buttons can be placed on pages, posts etc. The services offered are not expandable unfortunately, or I did not find a way to figure it out… my initial question was about this jetpack option.
I would be much obliged if you could answer my alignment question.
Thanks for your help
Jan WillemModQuote:QUESTION: how do I arrange these icons in the TOP-BAR on the RIGHT side of the #top-bar?
Add this to custom CSS:
}Quote:Jetpack has share buttons as well. These buttons can be placed on pages, posts etc. The services offered are not expandable unfortunately
I have found the Addthis code to be the most expandable.
AnonymousMarch 27, 2014 at 5:21 pm #42391
thanks kenneth for your help.
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