Social Comments Shortcode

If you are using Super Socializer plugin for Social Comments, follow the steps mentioned below to enable Social Comments interface in the content of individual page/post.

Note: Use CTRL/CMD + Shift + V to paste any of the shortcodes below into your WordPress editor to avoid errors!

Social Comments Shortcodes

Facebook Commenting

You can use [TheChamp-FB-Comments] Shortcode in the content of required page/post where you want to display Facebook Commenting interface.

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments]

You can use following attributes in the Shortcode

Style

Use style attribute to style the rendered commenting interface

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments style="background-color:#000;"]

title

Use title attribute to specify title above commenting interface.

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments title="Comment Time!"]

url

Use url attribute to specify the target url for comments. This defaults to the page where shortcode is used.

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments url="http://mywebsite.com/page2"]

num_posts

Use num_posts attribute to specify the number of comments to display.

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments num_posts="5"]

width

Use width attribute to specify the width of commenting interface. Omit it for fluid width

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments width="200"]

language

Use language attribute to specify the language code for commenting interface. Leave it empty for default language(English)

Example

[TheChamp-FB-Comments language="es_ES"]

You can use shortcode in PHP file as following

<?php echo do_shortcode(‘SHORTCODE’) ?>

Replace SHORTCODE in above code with the required shortcode like [TheChamp-FB-Comments style=”background-color:#000;”], so the final code looks like following

<?php echo do_shortcode('[TheChamp-FB-Comments style="background-color:#000;"]') ?>

GooglePlus Commenting

You can use [TheChamp-GP-Comments] Shortcode in the content of required page/post where you want to display GooglePlus Commenting interface.

You can use title, style, url and width attributes in this shortcode as explained for Facebook Commenting above.