If you do not know how to add a preset widget to an A/B test, read our article on the subject.
You can add a social sharing panel, inside the content of your pages or above your pages. In both cases, the settings will be the same, only its position will change.
Seven services are available: Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Viadeo, Google Plus, Instagram and Pinterest.
Would you like to add another social network? Please let us know!
Choice of services
By default, there is no network selected. You will find the social network available on the “Inactive services”.
To select a social network, Drag and drop it from the “Inactive services” column to the “Active services” column.
Only the networks located in the “Active services” column will appear in your panel.
Once your network selected, you can define their order of appearance by drag and drop. The first on the list will appear on the left of an horizontal panel or on the top of a vertical panel.
By default, the links are already defined, but you can, if you want to, use the same URL for every icon.
By default, the banner is vertical and on the left of your screen. You can also create an horizontal panel (icons side by side).
If your widget is inside the content of your pages
If your panel is vertical, you can position it on the left, on the right or at a precise position that you will define in pixels, on the X axis (horizontal) and the Y axis (vertical).
If your panel is horizontal, you can position it on the top, on the bottom or at a precise position that you will define in pixels, on the X axis (horizontal) and the Y axis (vertical).
If your widget is above your page
You must indicate a CSS selector to determine the position of the form.
To create a CSS selector, you can ask your developer for help or use the Kameleoon graphic editor. For further information, please read our article CSS selector creation (A/B Testing).
Display for devices
With a few simple clicks, you can decide on which devices you want to display your widget: computers, smartphones or tablets. By default, all devices are selected. Click on the icon of your choice to unselect this device.
Note: You can also include or exclude devices when you create your segment.
Define your panel margins, in pixels. The margin is the space between your panel and the border of your webpages border.
Do not forget to click on “Save” to validate the creation of your widget!