ShareIt – Shareable Content Snippets for WordPress

ShareIt is a WordPress plugin to create and share content snippets made of texts and/or images through social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+

ShareIt will adapt to the capabilities of each social network:

  • In Twitter, share a status with a link.
  • Facebook has the most complete sharing, including title, description, image and link when creating a Facebook App, otherwise Facebook will decide what to use for each element
  • For Pinterest, share the description, image and link
  • Google+ accepts only the link to the page
  • For Tumblr grabs the text and source
  • LinkedIn accepts text, title and URL


  • Share to different social networks on each one:
    • Twitter
    • Facebook
    • Pinterest
    • Google+
    • Tumblr
    • LinkedIn
  • Implements Facebook Feed Dialog
  • Share text, image, title and URL according to the capabilities of each social network
  • Use the default post or page URL or enter a custom URL when sharing
  • Fluid & Responsive
  • Works on mobile devices
  • Set alignment options on each one:
    • Left
    • Center
    • Right
  • Integrated into WordPress Content Editor
  • Craft a shareable content specifically in the WordPress Editor dialog or quickly wrap content in your post for sharing capturing text and images
  • Customize colors, default sites to share and default alignment in content
  • Area for custom CSS rules and properties so they’re preserved during upgrades.
  • Area for custom Javascript should you ever need to add some so it’s preserved during upgrades.
  • Advanced users can take advantage of the filters included to modify the ShareIt markup output
  • Icons from FontAwesome icons, perfectly scalable for regular and retina displays
  • Well documented and supported


After activation, ShareIt will have some default options already set so it works right out of the box in the plugins settings page. You can modify them to meet your requirements and set up the styling to match your site’s overall design.

You’ll find the menu in WordPress Editor for you to use as described in the companion documentation.