Bookmarking Genius Configuration Plugin Part 1

Social Bookmarking Genius: Plugin Settings - Part 1

 

Bookmarking Genius Plugin Settings

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CSS Style: Place any custom css code for the buttons here.

Choose Icon Size: Choose your icon size in pixels.

Space Between Icons: Enter a value for the number of pixels of space to place between the icons.

Hover Text: Enter a phrase to be displayed on mouse-over (the bookmarking service name is added to the end automatically).

 

Floating Button Settings

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Enable Bookmark Title (Yes / No): Enabling this feature allows the display of a small title beside the buttons labled 'Bookmark'.

Display Order (Ascending / Descending): Choose the default button sort order, either ascending or descending alphabetically. You can still over-ride this setting with 'Force Button Order' for individual buttons.

Margin from Top or Bottom: This is the amount of space in pixels that will precede the display of the buttons. This distance will be either spaced away from the top of the page if you choose 'Top Placement' or spaced up from the bottom of the page if you choose 'Bottom Placement'.

Margin from L/R or Center: This is the amount of space in pixels the buttons will be spaced away from either the center of the page if you choose 'Center Starting Position' or the side of the page if you choose 'Side Starting Position'.

Style Fixed or Floating (Fixed / Floating): Fixed means your buttons are fixed to a specific location on the screen and will not move even if the page scrolls. Floating means that the icons will move along with the web-page if it scrolls up or down.

Starting Position of Icons (Side of Screen / Center of Screen): Choosing 'Center of Screen' will allow you to place your icons along the side of your content area and because the icons are set to an explicit distance away from the center of the screen, they will always appear perfectly placed alongside the content even if viewed in different screen resolutions and widths. Choosing 'Side of Screen' will place the icons alongside the outer edge of the screen. In this scenario, the icons will float at the edge of the screen and may appear closer or further away from the content area depending on what resolution or screen width the website is viewed in.

Orientation of Icons (Left / Right): This determines on which side of the screen the icons are to be displayed, either the left or the right.

Placement of Icons (Top / Bottom): This determines whether the display of the icons originates from the top of the webpage or the bottom.

 

Background Area Settings

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Display a Backdrop (Yes / No): Enabling this feature allows the display of a shaded rectangular 'Backdrop' upon which the buttons will appear.

Backdrop Color: Place the HEX value for the color you wish to use for the backdrop here.

Backdrop Height: The size in pixels to use for the Backdrop height.

Backdrop Width: The size in pixels to use for the Backdrop width.

Border Style (None/Dotted/Dashed/Solid/Double/Groove/Ridge/Inset/Outset): Choose the style of border you wish to use for the backdrop.

Border Width (1-9): Choose the width in pixels you would like the border to appear.

Backdrop Style CSS: Place any custom CSS Style for the backdrop here.

 

Special Effect Settings

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Special Effect (None/Dog Ear/Enlarge/Shrink/Shift Up/Shift Down/Shift Left/Shift Right/Highlight/Rotate/Bullseye/Custom):

  • None: No Effect
  • Dog Ear: Dog Ear Upper Right Corner (Only works on white background)
  • Enlarge: Icons Appear to Enlarge Upon Mouse Over
  • Shrink: Icons Appear to Shrink Upon Mouse Over
  • Shift Up: Icons Shift Upward Upon Mouse Over
  • Shift Down: Icons Shift Down Upon Mouse Over
  • Shift Left: Icons Shift Left Upon Mouse Over
  • Shift Right: Icons Shift Right Upon Mouse Over
  • Highlight: Border Color Changes Upon Mouse Over
  • Rotate: Icons Rotate Either Clockwise or Counter-Clockwise Upon Mouse Over
  • Bullseye: Red Target Appears Over Icon Upon Mouse Over
  • Custom: Choose Your Own Set of Images to be Displayed Upon Mouse Over

 

Opacity Level (100/90/80/70/60/50/40/30/20/10): This sets the buttons opacity level. 100% is solid the smaller the opacity the more transparent the icons appear.

Background Color of Content Area: Use this setting for shrink and shift effects to render correctly, match this color to the color of the area upon which the icons will appear.

Color to Highlight Your Icons: Use this setting to choose the color that you would like the border to glow upon mouse over.

Degrees to Rotate Your Icons: Use this setting to choose how many degrees to rotate the icons (either clockwise or counter) upon mouse over.

 

Open Graph Tag Settings

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Enable og Tags: Enabling this feature allows the creation of og (Open Graph) Tags for your content.

Select og Type (activity, sport, bar, company, cafe, hotel, restaurant, cause, sports_league, sports_team, band, government, non_profit, school, university, actor, athlete, author, director, musician, politician, public_figure, city, country, landmark, state_province, album, book, drink, food, game, product, song, movie, tv_show, blog, website, article):

Facebook currently supports the following object types. They're specified using the og:type property. For example:

Note that the Open Graph protocol is currently designed to support real-life objects. If your URL is a piece of content — such as a news article, photo, or similar — you should set og:type to article (see below). If your URL is a video, you should set og:type to video. Pages of type article or video do not have publishing rights, and will not show up on user's profiles because they are not real world objects.

Select og Title: This is the Title of your object. If you do not set the title here, the plugin will use the title of the page or article to create this Tag.

Select og Description: This is a brief description of the object or page or article.

Select og URL: The url to the object, page or article. If you leave this blnk the plugin will use the current article, page, or post url to create this Tag.

Select og Image: This is a link to the image that you would to use for this object.

Select og Determiner: Add the og:determiner property to your meta tags to specify an article for your Object. The value of this property is used when referring to instances of your object type, such as "Chocolate Chip Cookies." The determiner used when referring to the object type itself, such as "recipe", is specified in the App Dashboard as described in the documentation for configuring object types. The allowed values are: a, an, the, auto (which guesses between a and an).

Select og Audio: This is the url to the audio file that is associated with the object.

Select og Locale: This is the languages that the page supports. The basic format is ''ll_CC'', where ''ll'' is a two-letter language code, and ''CC'' is a two-letter country code. For instance, 'en_US' represents US English.

Select og Site Name: This is the human readable name of the site that is hosting the object.

Select og Video: This is the url to the video that is associated with the object.

Select og Image (Secure URL): This is an alternate url for an image that uses a secure url.

Select og Image Type: This is the object image MIME type.

Select og Image Width: This is the object image width in pixels.

Select og Image Height: This is the object image height in pixels.

Select og Video (Secure URL): This is an alternate url for an object video that uses a secure url.

Select og Video Type: This is the object video MIME type.

Select og Video Width: This is the object video width in pixels.

Select og Video Height: This is the object video height in pixels.

Select og Audio (Secure URL): This in an alternate url for an object audio that uses a secure url.

Select og Audio Type: This is the object audio MIME type.

 

 

Continued in Part 2

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