Nurte Facebook Like Button

The plugin that displays the Facebook Like Button in your Joomla site articles. The Like button lets a user share your content with friends on Facebook. When the user clicks the Like button on your site, a story appears in the user’s friends’ News Feed with a link back to your website.


· URL to Like – The URL to like. Specify or leave it empty to use the URL of the article.
· Send Button (XFBML Only) – Include a Send button. The Send Button is available only on sites that use the JavaScript SDK.
· Layout Style – Determines the size and amount of social context next to the button. There are three options: standard, button_count, box_count.
· Show Faces – Specifies whether to display profile photos below the button (standard layout only).
· Width – The width of the plugin in pixels.
· Height – The height of the plugin in pixels (iframe only).
· Verb to Display – The verb to display in the button. Currently only ‘like’ and ‘recommend’ are supported.
· Font – The font of the plugin. Options: ‘arial’, ‘lucida grande’, ‘segoe ui’, ‘tahoma’, ‘trebuchet ms’, ‘verdana’.
· Color Scheme – The color scheme of the plugin. Options: ‘light’, ‘dark’.
· Default image – Specify the absolute path to the image for Frontpage, Section and Category views, and articles without any images.
· Default image for all pages – Always use the default image even for pages (articles) with their own images.
· Categories – Show in one Category or many Categories.
· IDs of excluded articles – Add the article ID you want to exclude. Use semicolon (;) to separate each article ID.
· Button positions – Positions of the Facebook Like Button in an article. You can select one or more positions from the list (*).
– none
– placeholder {fblike}
– placeholder {fblike2} – is independent of parameters such as Categories and IDs of excluded articles.
– before the content
– top of the content
– bottom of the content
– after the content
· Button align – The alignment of the Facebook Like Button in an article. Options: ‘left’, ‘right’, ‘center’.
· Frontpage – Show or hide the Facebook Like Button in Frontpage articles.
· Section view – Show or hide the Facebook Like Button in the Section view Layout.
· Category view – Show or hide the Facebook Like Button in the Category view Layout.
· iframe or XFBML plugin code – XFBML is more flexible than iframes, but requires use the JavaScript SDK.

(*) Use {fblike} or {fblike2} tags inside articles for Facebook Like Button placeholder:
· {fblike} – to use the URL of the article.
· {fblike href=””} – to specify the URL to like.

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