In this guide you’ll find:
Detailed instructions for each particular platform follow, but for starters, here are the files.
Feel free to download them in any format:
While there are multiple solutions for each of the cases, we’ve preferred:
If you use WordPress or Blogger, you’re done in 5 minutes or less.
You got a lucky ticket. Install any WordPress social media plugin you like, and here you go.
Here is the one we’ve been using for a long time, called Ultimate Social Media. The name ain’t no pretty, but it has multiple styles of the social buttons, some are ridiculously hot and some are pretty… worth the name.
We’re not big fans of this platform, nonetheless here’s the video instruction:
Whether you are using Gmail or any other mailing service, the approach is the same:
<a href=”https://twitter.com/YourTwitterAdress” target=”_blank”> <img alt=”twitter” src=”https://maxcdn.icons8.com/Color/PNG/48/Social_Networks/twitter-48.png” style=”margin:0 10px; width:36px”></a>
Keep in mind, you have to change 2 things in this code:
<a href = “https:// …>
Use NSSharingService classes:
NSArray* array = @[ @"myText", [NSImage imageNamed:@"myImageFile"] ]; NSSharingService* sharingServiceFB = [NSSharingService sharingServiceNamed:NSSharingServiceNamePostOnFacebook]; [sharingServiceFB performWithItems:array];
For any item or group of items, the NSSharingService will display a sharing sheet to allow the user to pre-visualize what will be shared to the service. A sharing service can: create a post on a social network like Twitter or Facebook, send a message by email or iMessage, upload videos to viewing services, or send a file by AirDrop.
Here’s a video tutorial:
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