Update - 01/12/2017
Yet another social sharing buttons script created by using jQuery and XML for your website. The script is very straight forward and self explanatory. The buttons container and buttons setting are stored in the XML file.
How To Use It?
<<!--Div background color -->
You have the option to show or hide a particular social button.
- Download the SocialButton.xml and jquery.social-buttons.js file. This script requires the latest jQuery library, get it at http://jquery.com/.
Open the SocialButton.xml and customize the necessary setting. You can customize the
div container border style, width, color, position, and margin and background color. The
DivMargin allows us to adjust the
div container to the left and right.
Open the jquery.social-buttons.js file and provide the location of the XML file on your server. Use absolute link if you are not sure of the relative path and make sure the script and XML file are in the same domain. For example:
- Place the scripts before the
body tag in the master page, template or web page that you want the social buttons to appear. For instance:
Frequent Questions and Answers
Does your script work on different platforms?
Yes, it should be cross-browser compatible.
How come I don't see the social sharing button that I like?
Currently, the script only provides the option to show or hide Google Plus One, Facebook like/Sharing, Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon, and AddThis buttons. You can modify the script to fit your requirements.
Is this script free?
Yes. Use at your own risk.
Why is there white space in between the buttons?
Some buttons do not display the counter if the count is zero.
I hope someone will find this information useful and that it will make your programming job easier. If you find any bugs or disagree with the contents or want to help improve this article, please drop me a line and I'll work with you to correct it. I would suggest downloading the demo and exploring it in order to grasp the full concept of it because I might miss some important information in this article. Please send me an email if you want to help improve this article.
Watch This Script in Action