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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Hide Share Buttons in Blogger Dynamic Views


Blogger's Dynamic Views come with three default share buttons for each post - a Google +1 button, a Tweeter button, and a Facebook Like button. There's no option to turn it off as of now. In this quick tutorial, I will show you how you can hide all these buttons, or any one (or two) of them.


If you're using the old Blogger interface: Go to Dashboard - Design - Template Designer - Advanced - Add CSS - paste the following code - Press enter after the last character of the last line } - Apply to Blog.

If you're using the new Blogger interface: Go to Dashboard ('House' symbol) - Template - Customize - Advanced - Add CSS - paste the following code - Press enter after the last character of the last line } - Apply to Blog.

Hide All Buttons:
.share-controls{
display: none !important;
}

Hide Google +1 Button:
.share-plusone{
display: none !important;
}

Hide Tweeter Button:
.share-twitter{
display: none !important;
}

Hide Facebook Like Button:
.share-facebook{
display: none !important;
}

That will be all folks.

130 comments:

  1. great! really helpful!!

    so, can u show us how to hide the author as well?

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  2. @Adam: Sure thing. Add this to your CSS:

    .publish-info{
    display: none;
    }

    The code above will hide the author card, as well as the timestamp. It is possible to remove the author's name alone, but there will be a residual 'by' text there which cant be removed individually - unless of course if you remove the whole line using the code above.

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  3. Hello together,

    I would like to add a button insted to hide them. Any idea how I can add a "send by mail" button?

    Thanks!
    Christian

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  4. @Christian Kautz: Right now the options to make HTML changes are very limited. Your best bet is to add your buttons via your posts. Edit your posts (one at a time) - Click Edit HTML - Paste your HTML button code at the end of your post.

    You need to do this for each one of your posts, which may be unrealistic.

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    1. Do you have any HTML button code anywhere that I could use? Many thanks

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    2. You don't have to come up with a code from scratch. The process of adding a button is the same as to adding an image. Just upload your button in image form to your post and link it to the target address.

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  5. @Anne L'amour: Don't mention it. Cheers and God bless :)

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  6. @Christian: No problem at all :)

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  7. Hi, thanks so much for helping us! One question is there any chance to hide "label" in dynamic view.

    Thanks

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  8. @Dr. Jon: You can hide the labels by adding the code below to your CSS:

    .labels{
    display: none;
    }

    Cheers and Happy 2012!

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  9. Thanks so much it worked perfectly, wish you a happy 2012!

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  10. can this be removed so you dont have to view it on ANY webpage you visit? every page i visit has one of these stupid boxes that dont move on the screen, you have to move the page around the blockage. tis' crap.

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    1. The code above will remove the buttons from all dynamic views, in your own blog. You can't do anything if other blogs keep them on, if that's what you were asking. Unless if you wanna use some ad-blocking add-ons and mark these logos as ads, that should work.

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  11. Hi
    I have tried out Blogger Dynamic Views and reverted back due to non availability of widget support.
    Is there any way to add a Share Button (such as Linkedin)?

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    1. Famous request. Unfortunately, the ability to add widgets and make HTML mods are still 'coming soon'. It has been this way for few months now. They promised to release updates on these features, and we're still waiting. Can't add any share buttons at the moment, except for the default ones (G+, facebook and twitter). You could, however, include HTML buttons into your post's HTML section - which is not practical I suppose.

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  12. In Dynamic views (Magazine, Snapshot, Timeslide)is there a way to move the +1 button to the bottom of the page like the (classic, mosic, sidebar)pages? Thanks in advance for your help! -Marc

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    1. I'm afraid it isn't possible at the moment. The right way to do it is via HTML mod, but we can't make HTML changes in Dynamic View at the moment. The other way is to use CSS, to make the button appear at one fixed position. This isn't practical because the height of your posts vary, and you can't 'fix' the position of the button.

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  13. Got it, Thank you! Here's another question, What is the css code to make the background transparent with a url link (to make it semi black) for the mosic timeline and classic views? I have done it on the magazine view, but cant seem to figure out how to accomplish that on the other views listed without effecting the static pages?
    Thanks again...You are a lifesaver! :)
    -Marc

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    1. Hey Marc,

      Here's what you're looking for :

      .classic #main.hfeed li.item, .mosaic #main #content.items{
      background: url("http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s46/petersonok/tbg.png") repeat scroll 0 0 transparent !important;
      }

      Cheers :)

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  14. YES! It works Fantastic! Just one more...how bout timeslide? I tryed adding that like the but no luck.
    I will be making a donation soon! :)

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    1. Thanks :) Try this for timeslide:

      .timeslide #main.hfeed{
      background: url("http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s46/petersonok/tbg.png") repeat scroll 0 0 transparent !important;
      }

      Cheers!

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    2. Hey Yoboy! I figured it out. Finally! Disregard the last 2 questions from yesterday. no worries. Thanks! -Marky

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    3. Sorry for my delayed reply. I have been a little tied up for the past few days. Glad you got it figured :) Cheers!

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  15. Perfection! Thank you SO much...you made my day!

    Cheers!

    -Marc

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    1. Happy to help :) Enjoy your weekend!

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    2. Here's 2 more questions? :)
      How would I change the color of the font on the body of the magazine page only. I did it before, but cant seem to figure it out. I had to re-do my entire ccs tonight, because blogger had some kind of hickup.
      also, I also had it where the pop up pages as well as the main pages were all solid white...now they have a border with tranparencey. Not sure what I have done wrong. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!!!! :)

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  16. Hi,

    I am wanting to remove the shear buttons one just selected posts. Is this possible.

    Thanks

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    1. I know a way. It isn't perfect as it won't work with Classic view, but it'll work with every other view. This is what you need to do. Edit the post in which you don't the share buttons to show - switch to HTML mode (as opposed to compose mode) - Paste the following code - Change the address in the code to reflect the address of the said post:

      <b:if cond='data:blog.url != "http://yoboy-11.blogspot.com/2012/02/test-test.html"'>
      <style>
      .share-controls{
      display: none !important;
      }
      </style>
      </b:if>

      Republish your post then.

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  17. I've used the "recommend this on google"-delete and it works. but the one for g+, labels and timeslide doesnt work. nothing happens. why is that?

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    1. Hi Angelica. I'm sorry, I don't quite that. Is the tweak not working in your flipcard and timeslide view? Can I have a look at your blog?

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  18. i dont know what tweak, flipcard or timeslide means haha. i just put the timeslide-thing there to see what would happen. you can look all you want. its http://maybe-im-one-of-the-katies.blogspot.com :)

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    1. Well, angelica, it appears that you're using a non-dynamic view template. If you wanna hide share buttons from a non-dynamic view template, there's an easy way to do so. Go to Dashboard - Layout - Blog posts - Edit - Uncheck the box next to the share buttons. Good luck!

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    2. Yes that works thanks. But i only want the +1 button to go away, not the others beside it. Is that possible?

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    3. Hi angelica,

      Go to Template Designer - Advanced - Add CSS - paste the following code - Press enter after the last character of the last line } - Apply to Blog.

      .goog-inline-block.dummy-container{
      display: none !important;
      }

      Cheers and God bless..

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    4. omg it worked :D thank you so much! youre so kind!

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  19. Hi yoboy,

    Is there any way to link "Like" button to Facebook fan page in Blogger dynamic view & convert "Tweet" button into "Follow" button?

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    1. Hi Amir,

      That would require template's content change. I'm afraid it isn't gonna be possible at the moment.

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  20. hi..how to add share button fb..thnz..=)

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    1. I don't see a way at the moment. We'll have to make HTML adjustment to include FB share buttons and at the moment, we don't have access to Dynamic View's HTML.

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  21. I just don´t get any of your fixes to work on larpschool.blogspot.com. Any help?

    Also, is there a way to remove the share buttons, the posted by-line and the comment button on the front page only, but not on the individual sites (when you click the post)?

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    1. Forget about my tutorials. You won't get any code to work as you have a broken piece of CSS code hanging in your template, preventing new code to take effect. Fix it first and new codes will work fine. Look for this code:

      #header .header-bar{
      background: url('http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-y80AuY91lmU/T38JHBTRXPI/AAAAAAAAAzY/pS9ev_5AY8c/s1600/larpwriterbanner_gjennomsiktig.png') fixed ;
      background-repeat: no-repeat;
      background-position: top right;

      And add a curly bracket at the end:

      #header .header-bar{
      background: url('http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-y80AuY91lmU/T38JHBTRXPI/AAAAAAAAAzY/pS9ev_5AY8c/s1600/larpwriterbanner_gjennomsiktig.png') fixed ;
      background-repeat: no-repeat;
      background-position: top right;}

      As for hiding stuffs, which view are we talking about here? You current default view ('classic') doesn't have individual post pages when you click on the title.

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  22. Hi, I wanted to know if theres a way to remove the "Labels: blog" from my blog.
    I already tried hiding it and I can't find a way.
    http://cocoonchildren.blogspot.com/search/label/blog

    Same thing for my other page in "Children and Snaps", is there a way to just hide them all when labeling a post to a certain page?

    And sorry, just one more question. Is there a way to hide the share buttons and subscribe to: Posts(Atom) on my "About" page?
    http://cocoonchildren.blogspot.com/p/about_01.html
    I just want that page to be blank with words only if you know what I mean.

    Anyways, if you can help in any way I would REALLY appreciate it!!!
    Thanks :)
    -Emi

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    1. 1) I happen to know a way. Go to Template Designer - Advanced - Add CSS - paste the following code - Press enter after the last character of the last line } - Apply to Blog.

      .post-labels{
      display: none;
      }

      2) Yes there is. Edit this post - switch to HTML mode (as opposed to 'Compose') - Paste the following at the end of your post:

      <style>
      .post-footer, .blog-feeds{
      display: none;
      }
      </style>

      Cheers.

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    2. Thank you so much! I'm happy that my About page is just how I wanted it!
      But there is still a small problem. On my blog page the labels are still showing.
      As I said earlier, I tried everything but I just can't find a solution to it. What do you think it is?
      Thanks for all your help :)
      -Emi

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    3. Hi Emi,

      I've inspected your blog, and it looks like you've got a piece of broken code in your CSS that is preventing new codes from taking effect. Fix this and your new codes (including the label hiding code) should work fine. Go to Template Designer - Advanced - Add CSS - Find for this code:

      #PageList1{
      width: 50%;.goog-inline-block.dummy-container div,

      and change it to (add a closing curly bracket in between the semicolon and dot):

      #PageList1{
      width: 50%;}.goog-inline-block.dummy-container div,

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    4. Thank you sooo much!!! It worked :)

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  23. Hi,
    I use custom Dynamic Views template. The default share buttons already removed by the designer. How to re-install it back? My blog is http://healthybeautifulblog.blogspot.com. I tick the box for enable button share in blog post configuration but it's still not show up. Thanks in advance.

    Best,
    Honeybee

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    1. Hi HoneyBee,

      You're not using a Dynamic Views template. You're using a third-party xml template. In any case, try to back up your template first before attempting the following, as things could go wrong. Go to Dashboard - Template - Edit HTML - Revert Widget Template to Default. If that doesnt bring your sharebuttons back, try to contact your template's original author.

      Cheers.

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  24. Hi, I wanted to hide Labels from my posts, and tried the code that you gave, but it didn't work for me. Nothing changed when I added CSS. Don't know what to do. I would appreciate if you solve my problem. Thanks :)

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    1. Hi Eda,

      I don't see your labels in your posts. Where exactly are you seeing the labels again?

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    2. I've just solved it, thanks anyway :) I've got one more question, how can I add pin it (pinterest) button or can I? Thanks again :)

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    3. Not in Dynamic Views, nope - at least not yet. Let's keep our fingers crossed :)

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  25. hi, i am using 3rd party xml and i want to get rid of the blogger share button~but your solution didn't fix :( what can i do?

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    1. My solution isn't working in your blog coz you're looking at the wrong section.. The tweak I posted above is for Dynamic Views templates only, whereas you're using a non-dynamic view template, and a custom one at that.. For your template, add this to your CSS:

      .post-footer{
      display: none !important;
      }

      Cheers..

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  26. hm, I tried this code and all the buttons and the whole bar are still showing up at the bottom of each page. I even emptied the cache to be sure. Any thoughts?

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    1. Hi Amey,

      What's your blog's address?

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    2. I have the same problem on
      http://ontopoftheworldlookingovertheedge.blogspot.fr/

      Thank you in advance for your help!

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    3. Hi cloudbusting,

      Sorry for the late reply. It looks like you're not using a dynamic view template. What exactly were you trying to do again?

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    4. I was trying to hide the buttons at the end of the posts (google and such). But if it can't work with the template I'm using, nevermind :)
      I don't want to change the template so I'll leave it this way.
      Thanks for your reply!

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    5. Hi cloudbusting,

      Try this. Go to Template Designer - Advanced - Add CSS - paste the following code - Press enter after the last character of the last line } - Apply to Blog.

      .post-share-buttons{
      display: none !important;
      }

      Cheers :)

      Delete
  27. Hey Yoga, it's me again.
    You helped me out tremendously but I have two small issues I'm hoping you can help me with. It may be just me but my share buttons don't seem to be working on my posts on dynamic view. www.conradjacob.com

    Also, I enabled comments but It doesn't seem to be working on any of my posts either. Do you know why that is? You feedback is always much appreciated!

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    1. Hi Conrad,

      I might have an idea of what's going. I assume you've editted your Dynamic View's HTML before? If you have, edit your HTML again, and find for this:

      <script src='http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/

      That line should be followed by a number. Could you tell me what is the number that you're seeing? Example: In the following line, the number is 1.6.1..
      <script src='http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.1/jquery.min.js' type='text/javascript'/>

      What does yours say?

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    2. The number is 1.6.3:
      script
      src='http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.3/jquery.min.js' type='text/javascript'/>

      Should it be 1.6.1?

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    3. Nope. Change it to 1.7.1:

      http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.1/jquery.min.js

      Cheers :)

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    4. Wow. You're the best! Thanks again!

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  28. HI
    DO you have any idea about how to put autoviewer to my blog

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  29. Hello
    my question is the opposite.. the three buttons facebook,twitter and google are shown in my blogger dynamic views but the are not working not active !!
    how to fix this problem caous its to importenet ???

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    1. Hi Ziad,

      A user asked something similar. See our discussion here, let me know if it helps:

      My Discussion

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  30. I'm using the new Blogger, followed your steps above but I do *not* have the 'Add CSS' link. What do I do?

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    1. Hi Meagan,

      The 'Add CSS' box should be available in all Blogger accounts. It could be a browser problem that's preventing you from accessing your 'Add CSS' box. Have you tried using a different browser?

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  31. Hi Yoga,
    I looked for a solution to this problem in your blog and the blogger group but I can not seem to find it :(
    Please have a look at the problem description here:
    https://productforums.google.com/d/topic/blogger/NmbGtgY18R8/discussion

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    1. Replied in the forum. Let's continue our discussion there.

      Cheers :)

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  32. is this apply to my sites www.touristscountry.com as my share button is in picture window blogger

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    1. You''re not using a Dynamic View blog, as such, the code above will not work in your template. Try this for your blog:

      .addthis_toolbox addthis_default_style{
      display: none !important;
      }

      Cheers :)

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  33. Thanks :D works great with the new interface

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  34. Hi Yoga!

    Thank you so much for this tweak!

    I want to remove the blogger-button within the social-share button-row... do you know the css for that, too?

    Best wishes,
    Ronald

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    1. Hi Ronald,

      I'm not quite certain which button you're referring to. Perhaps you're talking about a non-dynamic template? Let me have a look at your blog. What's your blog's address?

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  35. Hi Yoga,

    thank you for your fast response ... sorry for being not clear enough!

    My page is not published yet ... here is the draft:
    http://webinartrainer.blogspot.co.at/

    As you see I removed the G+ Button. Additionally I would love to remove the Blogger "B".

    Have you an idea, how to?


    Best wishes,
    Ronalf

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    1. Ah, righttt.. Here, add this to your 'Add CSS' box:

      .sb-blog{
      display: none !important;
      }

      Cheers :)

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  36. Hi, there is no respond/any changing after I click "apply to blog" please help. thanks

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    1. Hi Yuki Lam,

      I see you've already replied in the forum. Try using Internet Explorer as a possible workaround. I'm still waiting for Google to respond.

      Delete
    2. Hi Yoga,

      I tried with IE, and it is work. Thank you so much :)

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  37. Hi!

    For some reason on my dynamic view the labels, about me, archive and subscribe buttons on the top right hand side are hidden and require the user to slide their mouse over them before they are visible. Most users don't even know they are there so find it difficult to subscribe to the blog or see archive. Do you know a way to make them permanently visible?

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Tamirab,

      It is made that way by design (what were they thinking!).. That said, here's how you can make them permanently visible:

      http://www.southernspeakers.net/2012/04/force-gadgets-to-stay-unhidden-in.html

      Cheers :)

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  38. Replies
    1. You're most welcome. Thanks for leaving a feedback :)

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  39. hello,

    is there a way to move the share buttons to the top of the page?

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    1. Hi Abigail,

      Technically, yes. But not practically. To reposition the share buttons, you're gonna have to specify the relative distance from its current position to its new position. The problem with this solution is that, your posts are not of fixed heights - they change all the time. As such, we can't specify one single value that will work for all the posts - unless if you can make all your post contents to be of the same height, which is so not feasible.

      Cheers..

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  40. Hi Yoga, Awesome job on your site, already a huge authority on dynamic views for blogger, keep it up ;)

    Only one question my friend, I recently changed my normal blogspot.com domain to a new .com and redirected everything offcourse, however, despite everything is working great I lost all my G+, tweets and facebook like on all posts.. can I get this numbers back?

    Thanks a million in advance

    Rúben

    P.S the site is:
    old domain: www.parapente-na-madeira.blogspot.pt
    new domain: www.paragliding-in-madeira.com

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    1. Hmm.. That's new.. Tell you what.. Could you start up a question thread in Blogger's Help Forum? Get back to me with its link, and I'll escalate your issue for a Google Employee to see, and hopefully, we can get an official feedback.

      Here's the link to start a discussion thread:
      https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!newtopic/blogger

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  41. +1.. Thanks Mate!

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  42. Is there a Css code to have a Share box like this: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-X8TFzISsRpk/UBew_OfKW3I/AAAAAAAAAVk/GnAumquX94w/s1600/Facebook+share+button+with+counter+large.png

    Below from every post?
    Thx :)

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    1. We can easily insert a static image below your posts, but the box itself will not be anything more than an image. It won't function as a Facebook share button. I assume this isn't what you were looking for?

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  43. i dont want o display sharebittons on my http://blog.releaseday.com/disclaimer/disclaimer/ . what i had to do i am using po.st plugin. i dont want share controls on disclaimer

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    1. This looks like a Wordpress blog. I don't know much about Wordpress.

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  44. Hey,
    I am using D.V. Magazine layout and I would love to get rid of the share buttons, "posted by" and time stamps off all my pages (not the post though). Is this possible?

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    1. I don't seem to have these buttons on my pages. Mind if I have a look at your blog?

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  45. With the help of one of your codes listed here earlier, I was successfully able to remove the "share buttons" footer from each of my static pages, except one. The code did not work on my "Contact Form" page (which was created using Blogger Contact Form widget). How can I remove share buttons from Contact Form page?

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    1. Hi Kathy,

      Have you got this sorted? I don't see any share buttons in your page:
      http://www.meldingmagic.com/p/blog-page_24.html

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  46. Hey,
    I really need your help. First of all thanks alot for the tutorials. They've been helping me a lot! :) I even recommended it to my friends.

    I have been facing one problem with share buttons. The facebook button disappears after the ease out animation ends. The twitter and g+ buttons remain.

    www.avoidingdecadence.blogspot.com

    I tried making them into a list , hiding one of the other buttons but the facebook button just doesn't reappear. The problem started automatically. The last edit I made on the css was the 1000 Timeout value but even reverting back doesn't help.

    Can you help me. I really want to leverage social media.

    Also, question 2. Why do you not use Dynamic views? Are you really losing out on page views?

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  47. Hi Harsh,

    I couldn't quite reproduce the issue you're seeing. Could you send me an annotated screenshot to speed things up?

    As for why I'm not using Dynamic Views, well, the reason is because there is very little tweaks you can do with it. Never really bothered about page views actually :)

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  48. Hi! I have a question.... can you keep the share buttons that appear on the bottom of the post, and remove / hide the g+ button that appears on the upper left corner? Many thanks in advance... (my blog -> www.alesserfate.com)

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    1. Hey there,

      This should work:

      .share-controls.delay{
      display: none !important;
      }
      .article .article-footer .share-controls{
      display: inline-block !important;
      }

      Cheers :)

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  49. Yoga!

    Your blog has been a LIFE SAVER....you are clear, concise and your directions WORK. Plain and simple.

    Question....I just cannot find the answer anywhere else:

    -How do I add SHARE buttons to my dynamic view blog? I am not taking about the facebook like or twitter, but rather the one where you CAN email the post to someone else OR post a snapshot of the blogpost onto Facebook?

    Can this be done?

    HELP.

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    1. Hi Kelly,

      Thanks! And sorry for the late reply. Unfortunately, there isn't a way to add share buttons, or any other third party elements, into Dynamic Templates. These templates were originally designed to be used with no customisations, and as such, they're not very customisable.

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  50. Hi! Excellent post.
    I'm having problems with the Facebook like button, it is cut off on the right, so the number of likes ir not visible.
    Any solution for that?

    Thanks a lot!

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    1. Let's have a look at your blog. What's your blog's address?

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    2. I have the same problem. Also i noticed the g+ button is not showing the real number of sharings. For examples on this page of my blog http://diegbdie.blogspot.it/2013/06/26-dark-for-dark-business.html it says +300, but when i shared the link on google plus more than 350 people clicked on the +1 button.. So, why is it counting only 300?

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    3. This could be due to a bug. Best file a feedback to Blogger.

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  51. Hi Yoga! Is there a way to add a Facebook Share button to add to my posts? I am using a Magazine Dynamic view. I am willing to do it individually for each post. Will you please teach me how to? Currently I have just g+1 and Fb Like buttons. This is the link to my Blog

    http://politicsmediasociety.blogspot.in/

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    1. I'm afraid DV templates aren't very flexible when it comes to installing third party add-ons.

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  52. hello Yoga,

    how can I add the Facebook Share button to each post in the Side Bar dynamic view?

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    1. I'm not sure if that is even possible. Dynamic View templates aren't very welcoming toward customisation.

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  53. Hi Yoga,

    In dynamic view template, is there a way to make "Sidebar" view as the default and remove other options like "Classic", "Flipcard", etc for the viewers?

    Thanks.

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    1. Hello Aravind,

      You can choose your default template by going to Dashboard - Template - and choose Sidebar (third from right) under the Dynamic Templates. To disable the other options, see the following link:

      http://www.southernspeakers.net/2011/09/disable-certain-dynamic-views-in.html

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  54. Thanks very much Yoga... worked like a charm!

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  55. Hi Yoga--me again. Typical--I looked one last time, moments after sending my message to you, and I discovered how to do it! I deleted this:



    And it's worked!

    Thanks, anyway. Love your work.

    T

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