Sticky Social Icon is a simple sticky container of social media icons glued on the right side of your website. The container provides you animated social icons with css3 transitions and transform rules with different color code. To start, install and activate the plugin in your WordPress installation.
WordPress Icons – SVG was originally created by Evan Herman (a full time web developer based in Philadelphia, PA) for using it on his client website projects but soon he released its free version in WordPress Plugin Repository. The plugin is easy to use and provides you a set of web-fonts, and are extremely scale-able, device friendly and responsive icons. In just two mouse clicks you get an icon ready to be placed on to your WordPress site.
Installation & Usage: Install and activate WordPress Icons – SVG then follow the given steps:
- Visit Dashboard -> WP SVG Icon plugin page
- Click the icon you would like to use
- A preview of the icon will show up
- Copy the generated code out from the ‘example’ box and use it.
You may paste the copied code anywhere you want the icon to appear like inside your posts, pages, text widgets and even in theme template files.
Sliding Social Icons is the new WordPress plugin that enables you to display simple social media profile link representations on right side of your WordPress site. The best feature of this plugin is that it allows you to show social sliding buttons in custom color so that you can make them look akin to your theme’s color format.
Share Buttons by AddToAny is a popular social media sharing kit with more than 2 million digital downloads. It is a free plugin which you can download from WordPress plugin repository, make a few easy configuration settings and easly display sharing icons for popular social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, StumbleUpon and there are many many more.
Rather than displaying simple text widget title you can easily add related icons to it. You can enhance your website with 530+ icons specially designed for Twitter Bootstrap simply by using Widget Icon plugin. Continue reading How To Display Icons With Widget Titles In WordPress ?