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    Social icons below posts

    I really want the social icons seen at the bottom of this post http://www.kevinandamanda.com/recipe...s-squares.html. I found out that she uses the SexyBookmarks plugin, and I've installed that on my site, but I see no options on how to make the icons circles as well as completely visible instead of half visible. I found the line of code from her website that makes her social icons look like that, but I can find nothing within my style.css that even remotely resembles this. Here's her code:

    <div class="shareaholic-share-buttons-container shareaholic-ui flat round badge-counter center-align" style="height: auto; display: block;"></div>

    I would greatly appreciate any help with this! My site is http://throughtheivy.com

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    When I view the plugin screenshots, I see a configuration panel where you can select the round icons instead of the "half" icons:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/sexybookmarks/screenshots/

    When you have the plugin enabled in your WP admin, are you able to see that configuration section?

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    I do have the plugin properly installed, and I have scoured the configuration sections but I can't find anything that would allow me to customize the buttons to look like that. I figured it might be something that needed to be coded in, but now I don't know. I've contacted the creator of the plugin but have received no response. I don't know if I am just missing something or what but I am SO frustrated! This should be such a simple thing!

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    On your wordpress admin page, look at the various links on the left column, especially in the appearance section. See if the plugin added a link to your appearance items. Plugins usually add their own link to you admin options so you can open the plugin settings.

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    Resolved

    Thanks! Looks like I just had an older version of the plugin (not sure why that wouldn't have worked though?) and after updating to the newest version it works perfectly now


 

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