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    I’m trying to make Socialize (recommended plugin) work, but unsuccessfully. If I’m not wrong, despite how it may look, plugin gives the opportunity to embed it by using <div>…</div> method. I tried to copy the code into text block, but no way.
    1) How should I manage it? It just place an overfloating group of social icons and counter that I don’t want to show.
    2) Did you plan a sort of native implementation about social/sharing buttons or something similar in addition to the existing one in the header? I mean, a social widget, more rich than the available one.
    Till now, I tried AddThis and AddToAny, but each one of these are tough to manage or place in a page or post.
    3) can you give me just a hint about how to embed in a better way at least one of these? If I activate them, they both show their buttons at the bottom of the page or post, but stick to the latest block left. Well, I just manage to add a blank text block at the end of a page in order to make it look better, but… should I add a blank block to all pages and posts? I hope not…
    4) how to embed addthis or addtoany in a widget? Is it possible?

    Waiting for your kind reply and suggestion, thanks in advance and best regards.

    • This topic was modified 10 years, 6 months ago by Alessandro Marengo. Reason: add another question related to the previous ones

    Hey dalcnetsrl!

    As far as I know the Socialize plugin doesn’t offer a shortcode or php function which allows you to directly embed the shortcode into the post/page content. In your case I recommend: which supports some shortcode ( ) and you can even use it for advanced share buttons (post slider, etc.: ).

    Best regards,


    Too many questions… but only one super answer! Awesome! It has also widget included! Super recommended plugin! Thanks!

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