The Tweet Button will create a default message for your visitor to Tweet which will include your Title Tag for the page it is being displayed on and the usernames and hashtag you have specified in the setup of the widget.
In this guide we will look at the following:
To create the Tweet Button please follow the instructions below:
Once you have created the Widget you can follow the instructions below to insert it into the area of your website where you want it to appear.
Please note that when a tweet is generated by clicking the 'Tweet' button, the page description that appears comes from that page's 'Title Tag'. You may want to consider shortening the Title Tag to ensure that the generated tweet isn't too long.
To display the Tweet Button on your "Site Footer" please follow these steps:
To display the Tweet Button on a page of your website please take a look at the instructions below:
Click Content on the top menu
Click Edit This Page (the pencil icon) next to the page you would like to edit
Click the Add Block button in the bottom left-hand corner
From the drop-down menu, select Custom
6. You can then drag and drop the Custom Element content block onto the desired place on the page.
Once the Custom Element block has been added to the page, you can click the + icon and use the drop-down menu to select what content you would like to add to the page.
You’ll see you can select content including Widgets, HTML Fragments and Custom Forms, as well as combinations of other blocks such as Buttons, Headers, Images, Videos, Maps and Text.
A placeholder icon will be added to the page and if you click the Settings icon, you can specify exactly which widget or HTML fragment for example, that you would like to use. Click Done and then save your changes.
Your Tweet Button will then appear as below:
Once you have added the Tweet Button to the places you want it to display on your website you will need to publish the changes to your live website.
To publish the changes to your live website please do the following: