Pin It Button Integration In Under 5 Minutes Without A Plugin



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The Pin It button let’s you make your website images easily shareable on Pinterest. With this tutorial you’ll be adding the Pin It button without the use of a plugin.

Pin It Button Integration In Under 5 Minutes Without A Plugin

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33 thoughts on “Pin It Button Integration In Under 5 Minutes Without A Plugin”

  1. If you enjoyed this video don't forget to the like it and subscribe! Then check out this playlist focused on adding functionality to WordPress without a plugin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4ciH6RrfM8&list=PLlgSvQqMfii4qdGkBEavOHwqRqEzhhk5d

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  2. I don't have the option to go to Editor and therefore cannot see/edit the html code. Is there are another option for me? When I add the code to the page, the pin it button shows, but also some of the code is visible.

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  3. Thank you, simple and easy to follow. I don't have a child theme, so I get worked with the – Insert Headers & Footers plugin.

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  4. Can this be added to the Free version of WebPress? I don't see an appearance button nor the footer even when I look at the code. Is there an update to this ?

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  5. Awesome!! Very Easy Tutorial!! You saved me a big time coz I was having a hard time using HTML and I didn't want to use a Plugin. Many Thanks.

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  6. Thank you, it worked. However, as I am not technically so good, I was unable to paste the script in the Inteco theme footer which my developer had built. I had the insert header and footer plugin, so I pasted the script there in the footer section. It worked. But will my process affect the website like the speed as I have pasted it in the plugin?

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  7. Thank you for a wonderful video. I followed your steps, and it was a success. My question is, can I add any text or info to the image that a viewer pins from my site?

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  8. Thank you, this was so easy, and worked. Perfect for those in the process of building a new site. I couldn't remember how I did it the first time, very clear and easy to follow!

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  9. When I put this code I see this warning: Unable to communicate back with site to check for fatal errors, so the PHP change was reverted. You will need to upload your PHP file change by some other means, such as by using SFTP.

    How can I solve it?

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  10. Do you have to do this on each different blog post, or it's a once and done and all your pictures on every blog post will have a pin-it button?

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  11. When I go to theme functions php and scroll to the bottom, it doesn't end with: </body> </html>
    And when I wanted to paste the code an error appears.
    Can you help me with this?
    I have an E-commerce and portfolio Genesis Child Theme, Woocommerce. I bought it here:
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/589975985/feminine-wordpress-theme-holly-ecommerce?ref=shop_home_feat_2
    Thank you, Suzana

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  12. I actually DONT want this button on all of my pictures on my site. For each post, I want to only have this button on a specific picture. Is there a way to do this using this method in your video?

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