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Adding Social Plugins
Social networking sites have a numerous plugins that can easily be added to your store. In addition, there are many extensions on Magento Connect that can be used to integrate your store with social media. The following example shows how to add a Facebook “Like” button to your store.
|1.||On the Facebook website, go to the button setup page.|
|2.||In the URL to Like field, enter the URL of the page in your store that you want people to Like. For example, you might enter the URL of your store’s home page. Then, do the following:|
|a.||Choose the Layout for the button.|
|b.||Enter the Width in pixels that is available on your site for the button and any associated text message.|
|c.||Set Action Type to one of the following:|
|3.||Tap Get Code to copy the generated code to the clipboard.|
|1.||Return to your store. On the Admin sidebar, tap Content. Then under Elements, choose Blocks.|
|2.||In the upper-right corner, click tap Add New Block. Then, do the following:|
|a.||Enter a descriptive Block Title for internal reference. For example: Facebook Like Button.|
|b.||Assign a unique Identifier to the block, using all lowercase characters, and underscores instead of spaces. For example: facebook_like_button.|
|c.||If your Magento installation has multiple store views, choose each Store View where the block is to be available.|
|d.||Paste the snippet of code that you copied from the Facebook site into the Content box.|
|e.||If the block is not ready to “go live,” set Enable Block to “No.”|
|3.||When complete, tap Save Block.|
|1.||On the Admin sidebar, tap Content. Then under Elements, choose Widgets.|
|2.||In the upper-right corner, tap Add Widget. Then, do the following:|
|a.||In the Settings section, set Type to “CMS Static Block.” Then, tap Continue.|
|b.||Verify that Design Theme is set to the current theme.|
|3.||In the Storefront Properties section, do the following:|
|a.||In the Widget Title field, enter a title for internal reference.|
|b.||Set Assign to Store Views to “All Store Views,” or to the view where the app will be available. To select more than one, hold the Ctrl key down and select each option.|
|c.||Enter a number in the Sort Order field to determine the order of the block if it assigned to appear in the same location on the page as other content elements. The top position is zero.|
|4.||In the Layout Updates section, tap Add Layout Update. Then, set Display On to the category, product, or page where you want the block to appear.|
For example, if you choose “All Pages,” and position the block in either the header or footer, the block will appear in the same place on every page of the store.
To place the block on a specific page, do the following:
|a.||Set Display On to “Specified Page.” Then, select the Page where you want the block to appear.|
|b.||Choose the Block Reference to identify the place on the page where the block is to be placed.|
|c.||Accept the default setting for Template, which is set to "CMS Static Block Default Template."|
|d.||Tap Save and Continue Edit.|
|5.||In the panel on the left, choose Widget Options.|
|6.||Tap Select Block…. Then in the list, choose the block that you want to place.|
|7.||When complete, tap Save.|
|8.||When prompted, follow the instructions at the top of the workspace to update the index and page cache.|
The widget now appears in the Widgets grid.
Return to your storefront to verify that the block is in the correct location. To move the block, you can reopen the widgetA prepared snippet of code that adds functionality and/or dynamic effects to your store. try a different page or block reference.