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ValAddThis Module

Current Version: 2.5.4 (29 Apr 2012)

Note: If you're looking for the plugin version of ValAddThis check this page http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/social-web/social-bookmarking/12639


-=== Introduction ===-

This module is compatible with both Joomla! versions 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 as well as 2.5+, and it uses the Bookmarking services of AddThis.com. For a complete list of the AddThis features take a look at this page http://www.addthis.com/features. The module ValAddThis allows the easy configuration as well the display of the AddThis Button or AddThis Toolbox. It produces valid markup for XHTML as well as for CSS. ValAddThis is free software, which has been released under the GNU/GPL v2.0 license.


-=== Features ===-

* Support for the latest AddThis Menu API 2.0, in combination
with the old API 1.0.
* Now you are able to display the new AddThis Toolbox.
* Use CSS files for the Toolbox (option for a user-defined
CSS file too).
* Use your own HTML code before and/or after the AddThis Button/Toolbox code.
* Use of various special bookmarking buttons for the Toolbox, which are not included in the official AddThis script, yet.
* many more not listed here...


-=== Documentation ===-

* For a complete list of the module's features read the module's documentation at http://www.valandis.de/en/extensions/valaddthis.html


-=== ChangeLog ===-

Latest Version 2.5.4 (29 Apr 2012)
* Fixed: bug in the AddThis script that was caused by a typo and affected the Google Analytics Integration.


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2009-08-16
Reviews: 9
Thanks for this module - it's just what we needed. Works great right out of the box, and the instructions for customizing each part of the module are very helpful. Thank you!
Owner's reply

You're very welcome. Very kind of you and thanks for the review!

2009-04-24
Reviews: 1
It is very easy to use with good support documentation. I am a complete newbie and managed to install it and get it to work, having tried and failed with another addthis extension. Perhaps would prefer it if it was in the article itself, rather than as a module, but overall really happy with it.
Owner's reply

Thanks for the good words, I'm glad you were satisfied with it. In the near future there is a possibility to make a plugin that utilizes the script from AddThis. For now you could use Joomla's own "Load Module" plugin, in order to display the module within an article. I have a tutorial on my website on how to do that, check it out if you want.

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