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Location: Websites – (Web site name) – Edit – Settings – Social Sharing Toolkit

Required Setup: In order to view this page, you must be assigned the role of General Manager, Marketing Manager, or a custom role that includes the Solution permission.

Scope: This feature is available for Kigo Plan 2 and above.

About the Social Sharing Toolkit Page

The Social sharing toolkit page is a third party plug-in. This plug-in lets you manage your social networking links. Using this plug-in you can add any personal links you may have for the majority of the social networks available (Facebook, Twitter, and so on). You must add the Social Sharing Toolkit Follow widget and Social Sharing Toolkit Share widget to your web page to make use of this feature. The Social sharing toolkit page is divided into seven sections:

  • General settings
  • Content
  • Shortcode
  • Share widget
  • Follow widget
  • Advanced settings
  • Custom CSS

For more information, see Social Sharing Toolkit and WordPress Social Sharing Toolkit.

General Settings

Use this section to decide where the web sites icons appear.

General Settings Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Content

Use this section to add your social networking links.

Content Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Shortcode

Use this section to select the social networking icons you want to appear on your web site.

Shortcode Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Share Widget

Use this section to select the buttons for the Social sharing toolkit share widget.

Share Widget Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Follow Widget

Use this section to select the buttons for the Social sharing toolkit follow widget.

Follow Widget Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Advanced Settings

Use this section to set up automatic twitter links, Bitly URLs, Pinterest URLs, and open graph tags.

Advanced Settings Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Custom CSS

Use this section to add any CSS custom styles or fixes that you want to apply to your web site.

CSS changes have the potential to affect the whole web site in a way that may be harmful to the site. Kigo is not responsible for any CSS modification implemented.

Custom CSS Section of the Social Sharing Toolkit

Field Definitions

For field information, see Social Sharing Toolkit and WordPress Social Sharing Toolkit.

Additional Information/Related Topics

Third Party WordPress Plug-Ins 
Google Analytics for WordPress Configuration
Google Language Translator

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