How to Add a Digg Button in your WordPress using Custom Fields


How to Add a Digg Button in your WordPress using Custom Fields
Courtney Page

You will see that many sites add a digg button within their post content. Some new users simply open single.php and add the digg script which will cause a digg button to show on all blog posts. But what if you want to display digg button on only specific posts? You can add it manually on each post when writing a post, but that is not the most efficient way. In this article we will show you, how you can add a digg button on specific posts by simply using Custom fields.

How to Add a Digg Button to a WordPress Post
Karla Simmons

That’s it. For displaying a new Digg button now, right here {[ 1.diggthis( =float: right; margin-left: 1em;= ) ]} I wrote {[ 1.diggthis( =float: right; margin-left: 1em;= ) ]}. This time I overwrite the CSS for the class diggthis that I put into my theme:

How to Add a Digg Button in your WordPress using Custom Fields
Shavon Peoples

You will see that many sites add a digg button within their post content. Some new users simply open single.php and add the digg script which will cause a digg button to show on all blog posts. But what if you want to display digg button on only specific posts? You can add it manually on each post when writing a post, but that is not the most efficient way. In this article we will show you, how you can add a digg button on specific posts by simply using Custom fields.

How to Add Buttons in WordPress Posts or Pages (Even if You Don’t Know How to Code)
Francisco Carrington

To create WordPress buttons with MaxButtons, you just need to download and install the plugin. Then, you can create a button by clicking on the MaxButtons link in your dashboard sidebar. Unfortunately, you can’t add buttons directly in the WordPress Editor, though the plugin does make it easy to insert buttons you’ve already created.

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