Social Media Widget WordPress Plugin


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Cheryl Ward

You Can Set Transform Effect To Rotate Icons In Different Directions
Transform (90°)
Tranform (180°)
Tranform (270°)
Tranform (360°)
Tranform (90° X-Direction)
Tranform (180° X-Direction)
Tranform (270° X-Direction)
Tranform (360° X-Direction)
Tranform (90° Y-Direction)
Tranform (180° Y-Direction)
Tranform (270° Y-Direction)
Tranform (360° Y-Direction)

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Aida Gomes

Most of all the plugins have more and more options that makes configuration complex, those have a bunch of social media profile integration’s. But in our case we chosen the must to have icons and made it perfect styling.. More icons on website make it look bad.. So use the essentials with sexy display.

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Hilda Gomez

Social Media Plugin with 30+ Social Media Icon Styles,Easy Configuration,Social Media Widget,Icon Animation,Drag Reorder,Highly Customizable

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Maxine Strickland

As it’s name, it will add a widget to display your social links with icon. Social Media Widget is very lightweight plugin and simply adds a widget on widgets page. it allows to customize icons color and background color. also you can set target of links. you can open social links in same tab or new tab. you can also ignore social fields and it will not display. suppose you do not want to display facebook icon, then leave this fields blank.

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Myra Poole

While I attempt to provide you with the most logical guide to start with as default values in the control panel (e.g. http://www.twitter.com/yourname where you just replace yourname), not all of these services follow the same profile links that I provided. In some cases, you need to customize your «public link» such as in Yelp, and LinkedIn to use the default urls that I provide. If you don’t know your public profile, I will have a very hard time figuring it out for you. The easiest way to figure it out is to log in to your social media site, and find a button that says, «View Profile.» This is more often than not the profile URL you should input. This is the method I used in adding the default URLs. Also note that I don’t use all of these social media sites. I just created accounts quickly to find a likely default URL. They could be wrong.

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Norberto Burrow

The Social Media Icons widget takes a simple, extendable approach to displaying links to your social media profiles in WordPress.
The purpose of this plugin was to strip away the complexities I found most other plugins to have and simply display a set of basic social icons in an list.
There’s no frills and no fanciness, making it easy to style to your website’s look.

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