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    • Joey K. says:

      you’re welcome. This post took me a few hours to finish cause I really wanted it to be spot on ya know. I consider this a bit techie and want to make sure I don’t steer anyone wrong.

  1. Paul Warner says:

    Oddly enough I am one of these dudes that really likes the technical stuff and I enjoy a post like this because I really feel like I am learning something, plus, and this is ridiculous I know, it always makes you look good when others see that you have this kind of knowledge of the computer, and you are able to get your computer to do things people can’t imagine it can do. Good for the ego to my way of thinking……. lol
    As usual a very good and informative post. You would do great building authority sites. Paul

    • Joey K. says:

      I know exactly what you mean bro. I like to mess with stuff like this. Even though I’m not that techie, it still interesting to me. I’m a geek and heart ;-)

  2. Joe says:

    Hey Joey, thanks for the tips. I’d also like to know how you managed to change the alignment of the social buttons. I see that the FB button on this site is centered, whereas mine is aligned on the left.

    • Joey K. says:

      Hey Joe, the icons automatically get centered. I didn’t do anything to mess with that part. The only thing I did was to adjust it from top to bottom or the space between the icons cause they was stuck on top of each other. Post your link here so I can check it out and see what’s going on.

  3. Christa Herzog says:

    What I like about Digg Digg is that it stays outside of the article. It is really the best share-bar I saw yet.

    • Joey K. says:

      yeah it’s by far the best right now. I use to like the TS Share Bar but they since screwed up on their coding. Digg Digg is the plugin right now.

  4. says:


    Great stuff, thanks!

    I was using ShareBar before, but as soon as I found out that Buffer guys started to develop this plugin further, it didn’t take that much time for me to make a switch to Digg Digg.

    I have now contacted Leo twice regarding some issues I had with the plugin and he has been super-responsive. In fact, they just fixed one bug I reported last weekend regarding the plugin.


    • Joey K. says:

      that’s right Timo. Their support is top notch. I’ve also notice some updates that takes care of one of the adjustments I mention here. For example. Step 2 is now fixed. So you can skip that part. And they also changed the settings page. I guess I’ll either update this page or just create a new post. Anyway thanks Timo for stopping by.

  5. says:

    Hopefully you can help me with this one – when my blog is viewed in IE or FF – Digg Digg floats down the middle of my content. It is driving me looney.

    BTW: I have contacted them three times on Twitter and twice through support on the bufferapp page and not heard a word from Digg Digg or Buffer.

    Any ideas??

    • Joey K. says:

      I don’t have or use IE, but I do use FF and it works fine on my end. So not sure. When I contact them it usually takes like 2-4 days. I get faster response on their FB page. Try there. I’ll see what I can find on that problem you got and let ya know.

  6. says:

    Hey, nice breakdown here (and great supplementary images). I’ve edited the background color and gotten rid of the shadows by pearing into the code using Web Developer for Firefox.

    I was wondering if you knew how to alter the padding and/or width of the Facbook like button and the like count above… it seems to be calling it straight from Facebook’s social plugin, but do you know of a way to edit the .connect_widget_number_cloud ?

  7. says:

    Hey Joey,

    Thanks for your Pimping article :)
    Also, do you know how to move the bar slightly down? Some sites have the bar about an inch from the top when it scrolls down, rather than being pinned to the top of the page?
    I can’t seem to find the answer anywhere and was hoping my you could enlighten me?
    P.S Really find the arrows useful in your diagrams btw, this helps me a lot, specially with adjusting HTML codes

  8. David says:

    Hey – great post! Exactly what i was looking for :)

    Any chance you can help me figure out how to STOP the floating bar from floating? I like where it’s positioned and how it looks….just want it to stay there and NOT float.

    thanks for your help!

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