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Customizing your Like Button with CSS

By Kayleigh Willey

We've heard that people are loving the Like Button, but we get that sometimes the default colours just don't fit. Here's a quick and dirty guide on how you can change what your Like Button looks like, using CSS.


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  • Exceptional Embeddab…
    Michelle Holden says:
    Is there an option to embed the download link with the file? When I embedded a PDF (for example) into a blog article the Download button isn't across the button the same way it is when I attach the PDF normally to the blog.
    2 weeks ago
  • Exceptional Embeddab…
    JanRene Ashman says:
    Jim Tigwell‍ ,
    Can you show example of a document embedded into this Blog article?
     
    2 weeks ago
  • CSS Success: Look an…
    Rebecca Label says:
    Thank you- how can I adjust the width? Any edits seem to set it to 100%
    4 weeks ago
  • Deeper Dives: Ghostw…
    Jenine Liszka says:
    I also love the ghostwriting feature and would LOVE for it to be available on a microblog.  Our CEO posts our company recognitions on our home microblog page and it would be nice for his admin to be able to help him out with these posts when he has multiple recognitions in his queue.  One less administrative task he has to handle.  I've asked for…
    5 weeks ago
  • Deeper Dives: Ghostw…
    David Domine says:
    I love the ghostwriting feature.  It's so good to help an SME produce a well-written post, but they get all the follow up questions and comments. 
    The one issue I have is that you cannot change the author after it's published.  We absolutely need this feature, especially when the author promotes to a different team or moves on from the…
    5 weeks ago
  • Glossary of Terms
    Corey Symonds says:
    Jesse Langstaff‍ 
    6 weeks ago
  • Analytics: Checking …
    Jim Tigwell says:
    Absolutely. Here are some examples from our Analytics KB, complete with some downloadable Power BI templates: https://customercare.igloosoftware.com/support/analytics/data_feeds__examples 
    6 weeks ago
  • Analytics: Checking …
    Lucas Sellyn says:
    Hi Jim Tigwell‍ ,
    Can you give some examples of popular or common queries for companies leveraging the Igloo Data feeds?
    We've gotten comfortable with our Google and Workplace analytics and are ready to delve into data feeds, but aren't really sure where to start.
    Thanks!
    6 weeks ago
  • Working With Widgets…
    Andrew Jayne says:
    Good info.  Let's say someone wants to see a larger version of the image in the widget?  Is there a way to allow them to click on the image within the widget to open up a larger version in a pop-up window?
    2 months ago
  • Easy Answers: Social…
    Jocelyn Flint says:
    Ah! Got it. That makes sense. Thanks for the tip (and for the VERY true statement about my dog...).
    2 months ago

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