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WordPress Social Media Icons – Social Icons Plugin

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WordPress Social Media Icons – A simple and perfect Social Icons plugin from Elfsight to connect your WordPress website to your social networking accounts to keep in touch with your customers and followers so much easier. Bloggers and online business owners will appreciate the opportunity to increase their presence in social media and to promote their websites at the same time.

Now you can select the icons of any social media networks you need, link them to your social media profiles, and give your readers access to your latest status updates and more.

  • Add this amazing social media icons widget to WordPress in no time at all, without coding skills required for any site on your website – header, footer, etc.
  • Promote your social media accounts as your business grows.
  • Give your visitors an additional opportunity to provide feedback for your good products or services.
  • Improve the way you reach your audience by carefully selecting the right social media to appear.
  • Show embedded social media icons and use the WordPress Social Icons plugin's great customization options to get the icons to fit your site's unique style.

Complete Feature List

  • A choice of 50+ predefined social icons
  • Unlimited number of sources
  • A selection of 5 custom icon dimensions, to make the widget look right on your web page
  • 6 predefined icon styles to choose from
  • 3 color combinations
  • 3 icon shapes
  • 5 icon animations
  • Customized transparency
  • Code generator – All you need to do is install the WordPress Social Icons widget, get the code and add it to your website.

How to Add Social Media Icons to WordPress Website

With our amazing plugin, social media icons add to any part of the WordPress website (footer, header, etc.) Takes less than a minute. We have prepared a short installation guide for you.

  1. Download the plugin from Codecanyon;
  2. Add it to the admin panel;
  3. Customize the icons for your site;
  4. Add social media icons widget to WordPress page

How to add social media icons to WordPress header

  1. Go to the editor in the "Appearance" tab
  2. Find template for the header and paste icons code there

How to add social media icons to WordPress footer

  1. Go to the editor in the "Appearance" tab
  2. Find template for footer-add icons code to it

If you experience issues with widget setup, please contact our help canter and we will provide the necessary assistance.

Support for the Social Icons icon

Social Icons WordPress plugin is incredibly easy to use and hassle free. But if something ever goes wrong, our friendly and professional support staff here are giving you the help you need. Feel free to send us a message or send a ticket to our support center at any time. Just expect a response to our office hours from noon. 10 o'clock CET, Monday to Friday.

Change Log – New version 1.3.0 is available for download

April 26, 2018 – Version 1.3.0

### Added
* Automatic update functionality
* Opening Ticket Form on Support page

### Changed
* Admin design updated

March 16, 2018 – Version 1.2.0

### Added
* Floating icons layout
* Line and Line @ icons
* Automatic icon selection
* Plugin access roles

### Firm
* Existing functional conflict
* Default settings widget saving problem
* https websites problem

January 11, 2018 – Version 1.1.1

### Firm
* Custom icon error in editor
* Removed widget shows error

December 18, 2017 – Version 1.1.0

### Added
* New election position - adjust your icons
* Ability to add your custom icon

### Changed
* New widget editor design
* Icons place the headline and footer firmly

### Firm
* Special character error in editor
* Problems with widget select in Visual Composer item

September 16, 2017 – Version 1.0.1

### Firm
* Plugin initialization error fixed


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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