This snippet will add the official Twitter tweet button to your wikidot page. This allows visitors to tweet about the page they are on by displaying a popup window, meaning they don't need to leave your site.
The snippet uses the following attributes, most of which are required for the button to work properly.
|Attribute||Required||Allowed values||Default value||Description|
|url||yes||any valid URL, including %%link%%||The URL of the page you want to share.|
|text||yes||any text||The text that people will include in their Tweet when they share from your website.|
|via||yes||any twitter username||The username you want @-mentioned in the tweet (probably your own).|
|count||yes||vertical, horizontal, none||Controls the display of the tweet count.|
|align||no||left, right, center||left||Sets the horizontal positioning of the button.|
Please note: the float variable has been changed to align, as it better describes the function of the property. Please adjust your includes accordingly.
You can add the tweet button to your page with the following code:
[[include :snippets:tweet-button |url=http://example.com |text=Check out this awesome page on @wikidot |via=twitter-username |count=vertical ]]
You can also use the button in a live template. Such a use might use the code below.
[[include :snippets:tweet-button |url=%%link%% |text=%%title%% |via=twitter-username |count=horizontal ]]
See the button below for a real-life working solution. Go on, you know you want to press that button…
Thanks to tsangk for this great snippet: conditional-blocks
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[[include :snippets:if START |unique=1|type=equal|var1=%%name%%|var2=conditional-blocks]]
**##red|Thanks to tsangk for this great snippet:##** [[[code:conditional-blocks]]]
[[include :snippets:if END]]
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