Facebook, Twitter buttons position

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  • #3308813

    robehle
    Member

    I have somehow forgotten where to find the option to show or hide the Sharing buttons . . . Facebook, Twitter, and the like. At the moment, they’re showing up at the top of one page and the bottom of another. I’d like them to be at the bottom of any page where they appear. Would also like to know how to turn them off entirely.

    Thanks in advance.

    The blog I need help with is robehle.com.

    #3309453

    fstat
    Staff

    Hi there,

    I’m currently seeing them only at the bottom of your posts. Can you please let me know on which post or page are you seeing them appearing at the top?

    If you want to disable for specific posts and pages, here’s how to do it:

    https://en.support.wordpress.com/sharing/#disabling-sharing-likes-on-specific-posts

    #3310257

    robehle
    Member

    Fstat,

    Buttons are showing up at the top of my Book Covers portfolio even though I’ve unchecked the boxes to have them show up at all. In the Photography portfolio they’re below the photographs. And same deal with the boxes unchecked.

    Thanks for any help.

    Rob

    #3310312

    supernovia
    Staff

    Hi Rob, okay so technically that counts as a page. Can you adjust the setting here?

    https://wordpress.com/marketing/sharing-buttons/robehle.com

    That *may* only affect new pages going forward; if so let us know and we’ll help you sort this out.

    #3310315

    supernovia
    Staff

    Oh, regarding *where* they appear on the page, I don’t think you have so much control over that without editing your theme or doing some CSS that may not work across all browsers. So I’d recommend against it.

    #3310319

    robehle
    Member

    Thanks, supernovia.

    It looks like I’ve turned the marketing buttons off universally now, which I actually prefer.

    As for their position, it was just confusing why they’d show up at the top of one portfolio and underneath the other. The only difference was that one is a matrix and the other’s a tiled gallery.

    #3310324

    macmanx
    Staff

    Yeah, that positioning is controlled by the theme in this case, so at some point the theme’s designer decided he liked the look better.

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