Feedburner FeedFlare

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  • #90042

    how do I customize CSS so that Feedburner “Email This”, “Digg This!” and “Add to del.icio.us” feedflare show up in my posts? I’ve seen the instrux at Feedburner site, but I’m totally lost about where to paste the javascript … surely I can do this with CSS and don’t have to do it at the bottom of every post?!?

    #90398

    timethief
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    Apparently, you do not clearly understand what css customization is and what it allows for and doesn’t allow for. Purchasing the css customization upgrade entitles you only to edit the css for your theme. It does not change anything else with respect to wordpress.com policies. It does not allow you to edit the underlying blog template. It does not allow you to use javascript.

    If you type “digg” and “feedburner” into the forum search box or the search box for the FAQs you will find answers. But perhaps you should start by reading the Read me first – What is css customization thread at the head of this forum. :)
    https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic.php?id=3697&page&replies=1

    #90401

    timethief
    Member

    This is what I turned up for you:
    javascript- http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/05/07/javascript-can-i-use-that-on-my-blog/
    Digg – http://faq.wordpress.com/2007/02/22/how-do-i-digg/
    Feedburner – http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/10/11/how-can-i-offer-email-updates/

    … surely I can do this with CSS and don’t have to do it at the bottom of every post?!?

    Social bookmarking – https://en.forums.wordpress.com/search.php?q=social+bookmarking

    #90404

    many thanks, timethief. you’re right, i’m green as green can be. but I’m learning! i’ll check out the links you provided. (and at least now I know I can modify my theme somewhere down the line …)

    #90406

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome. Please remember that all you can do is change is the appearance of your theme. This is because your style sheet will load last. You cannot change the underlying template of your blog.

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