To choose the position (before, after or both the content)
To choose counter or no-counter button style
To choose the button size and style
To choose the language for the social plugins
To include and exclude certain articles and categories
To set the CSS style for the container
To set the container type
To enable the views where the button will be show up
To enable the comments counter
To enable the moderation tool for FB comments
Facebook Opengraph support
Asyncronus load option for the plugins script
Autopublish content fot Twitter and Facebook
Auto resize Facebook comment box
Auto choose adapt the plugin's language to the current one
Video Youtube share support
Added Linkedin button
Added Pinterest button
Added direct photo upload to Facebook
Add custom icon
This plugin is the extension of the popular Facebook Like and Share plugin and it allows the user to share your content with friends on Facebook, Twitter, Google, Linkedin or Pinterest.
But... Many social media nowaday allow to comments with more than facebook. Let's say that this is the only lack this plugin has but if you need simplicity and no fuzz! THIS IS PERFECT!
One of the things I don't like, is that any time you make a minor change to an article, all the likes and shares disappear. I suppose the same happens to comments, although I haven't tested that because I don't want comments on my site. I tend to change articles for a while after I've published them. That means that every time I change even just metadata, I loose all the cool thumbs ups! I understand this from a business logic perspective: It isn't the exact same article people voted for anymore, but I'd certainly like it to be different!
A minor problem I've encountered is that sometimes the article picture isn't picked up, and sometimes the article meta description isn't picked up when sharing. Cancelling the share and retrying a few times seems to do the trick however.
Over all, a good extension!
there's only 2 minor thing the author of the plugin show focus on developing on the next release.
> There should be an option to hide facebook send button.
> Twitter share button picks up the category title instead of article, on the category view.