Using this plugin you can add the AddThis (http://www.addthis.com/) sharing bar to the contents of your site and let your visitors share them to their preferred social networks and websites.
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You can use this plugin in your site by following the regular plugins installation process detailed in this manual page: Plugins Available For Installation.
After having successfully installed the plugin in your site, you need to configure the AddThis account in order to get a PubID, which is a code with the following format: ra-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.
- Go to the AddThis website (http://www.addthis.com/) and register a new user account (if you have not done it yet).
- Click on the Tools options of the main menu and copy the PubID from the URL
- Go back to your b2evolution site and open the plugins settings page of your desired collection: Plugin Settings (Per Collection / Blog)
- Enable the plugin for that collection and paste the PubID code
Note: as this is a Text Renderer plugin, you may control when to enable / disable it for individual posts by checking the AddThis option in the Text Renderers panel of the posts' edition form.
Ok, it’s not showing up. Is there something I need to add to my skin? I’ve got it set to always, have my ID number in there, enabled it for that blog, and I’m even logged into Addthis. I’m not sure what else to do.
Thanks for reporting.
Let me take a look at this and get back to you with a solution.
Comment from: steve Visitor
Did you ever get an answer to this Dubird?
Have installed it on my site and same problem.
Steve, if you followed the instructions above, the only think I can think on is that you are viewing a cached page, so you would need to clear the full page caches at System > Maintenance.
For a better following of your request, please create a support post at the forums (http://forums.b2evolution.net/)
I’m having the same issue….
I cleared all the caches and also commented out Mystique skin’s default Share / Print code, but the SM buttons are not visible….
btw is there a post about this in the forum? Thanks