18. Widgets-social

Twitter feed

  1. Click Add an Element located on the upper grey bar.
  2. Click the Widget element.
  3. Click Twitter feed. A generic twitter feed will appear.

4.  Click Setup, located on the upper black ‘Widget’ bar. A Setting dialog box will appear.

5.  Enter your Twitter username in the input field.

In the dialog box you can set the number of posts shown, the background color, the text color, the link color and whether you wish to show avatar or not.

click OK.

Tumblr

  1. If you don’t have a Tumblr blog yet, go to www.tumblr.com and create one.
  2. Write down your Tumblr URL ( username.tumblr.com )
  3. Click Add an Element located on the upper grey bar.
  4. Click the Widget element.
  5. Click Tumblr. A generic blog will appear.

6.  Click Setup, located on the upper black ‘Widget’ bar. A Setting dialog box will appear.

7.  Enter the Tumblr URL in the input field and click OK.

  

 

 

Facebook “Like”

The Like button lets your site’s visitor share the content of your Facebook page with other friends on Facebook. When they click the Like button in your site, updates from your page will appear in the visitor News Feed.
To add a Facebook “Like” button:

  1. Click Add an Element located on the upper grey bar.
  2. Click the Widget element.
  3. Click Facebook like. A generic Facebook like box will appear.

4.  Click Setup, located on the upper black ‘Widget’ bar. A Setting dialog box will appear.

5.  Enter the URL you wish your visitors to like in the input field. Make sure the URL is a link to a Facebook page like “http://www.facebook.com/facebook”

6.  Click OK.

 

Facebook Comments

Comments Box is a social plugin that enables your site’s visitors to comment on your site.

  1. Click Add an Element located on the upper grey bar.
  2. Click the Widget element.
  3. Click Facebook Comments. A generic Facebook comments box will appear.

4.  Click Setup, located on the upper black ‘Widget’ bar. A Setting dialog box will appear.

5.  Enter the URL of your Facebook page in the input field. Set the number of posts shown.

6.  Click OK.

 

Facebook “Likebox”

The Like Box is a social plugin that enables you to attract and gain Likes from your own website straight to your facebook page.

  1. Click Add an Element located on the upper grey bar.
  2. Click the Widget element.
  3. Click Facebook Likebox. A generic Facebook Likebox will appear.

4.  Click Setup, located on the upper black ‘Widget’ bar. A Setting dialog box will appear.

5.  Enter the URL of the Facebook page you wish your visitors to ’like’ in the input field.

6.  Click OK.