Social Sharing Buttons

ProPhoto allows you one-click integration of Facebook “Like” buttons and/or Google +1 buttons below posts or pages.

social-sharing-btn-screenshot

The customization options available in this area are shown in the figure below. Each numbered option is explained in a section in this tutorial.

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Content" > "Post/Page Footer"

social-sharing-options

1. Where the button appears

You can tell ProPhoto where to have the social sharing buttons appear. They can appear below every post on your blog’s home page (the page that displays your most recent blog posts one after another), and/or on your individual post pages, or WordPress static “Pages”.

2. Spacing above button

Here you can customize the exact pixel amount of spacing ABOVE the social buttons.

3. Filter priority

Chances are you’ll never have to mess with this. This is to allow you to determine how late the filter that adds the like button runs on your post content. You might want to adjust this to affect whether the like buttons appear before or after your ProPhoto “post signature” (from “Settings” => “Advanced”) if you’re using one, or if you’re running other WordPress plugins (say, like Sexybookmarks) that also add stuff at the bottom of each post. Adjusting this number can affect whether the ProPhoto social sharing buttons appear before or after other content like the post signature and stuff added by plugins. Make the number smaller if you want the buttons before, make it larger to make them appear after.

4. Spacing below button

Here you can customize the exact pixel amount of spacing BELOW the social buttons.

5, 6 and 7. Layout options when using both buttons

When both buttons are enabled, set whether they display side by side, or on top of each other.  Select which button is displayed first, and how much space is between the two buttons.

horizontal vs. vertical alignment

horizontal vs. vertical alignment

Facebook Like button display options

Google +1 button display options

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