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  • #19418

    Hi all,

    I’ve read some threads about adding Google + next to rss, FB and twitter and followed some directions:

    1. add <li class=”google”>Google+

    under – <ul class=”social_bookmarks”>

    <li class=’rss’>“>RSS

    2. .social_bookmarks .google a{background: transparent url(../images/skin-minimal/icons-social-google.png) 0 0 no-repeat;} in the css.

    3. make an icon & uploading it minimal skin file, but my icon is not showing up.

    What am I doing wrong? Please help. Thanks.

    https://www.glossny.com/

    #103621

    Hey herzfamily,

    It looks like your icon hasn’t been uploaded: https://www.glossny.com/images/skin-minimal/icons-social-google.png

    Everything else looks fine. So once that icon has been uploaded into that spot via FTP then it should show up correctly.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #103622

    Great, I had to add it to minimal-skin.css and it worked! Thanks so much, Devin.

    Is there a way to open all those social buttons in new window?

    Thanks.

    #103623

    Hi,

    You should update your theme. The current version is 1.6 while you are using 1.3. Lot of improvements. You can download the update from Themeforest , but just please be aware that the theme update will overwrite all the current template and css files, so please make a backup first.

    To change the way links open, you will need to edit header.php lines 128, 129 that look like

    if($twitter = avia_get_option('twitter')) echo "<li class='twitter'><a href='http://twitter.com/".$twitter."'>Twitter</a></li>";
    if($facebook = avia_get_option('facebook')) echo "<li class='facebook'><a href='".$facebook."'>Twitter</a></li>";

    to look like

    if($twitter = avia_get_option('twitter')) echo "<li class='twitter'><a href='http://twitter.com/".$twitter."' target='_blank'>Twitter</a></li>";
    if($facebook = avia_get_option('facebook')) echo "<li class='facebook'><a href='".$facebook."' target='_blank'>Twitter</a></li>";

    The

    target='_blank'

    inside an anchor tag <a href will open the link in a new window.

    Thanks,

    Nick

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