As of September 2017, the AddThis browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari are no longer supported. If you already have one of our browser extensions (or our bookmarklet) installed on Chrome, you’ll still be able to use it, but it will no longer be updated past this time. With Firefox Quantum and beyond, the browser extensions are no longer compatible due to the browser’s new engine.
AddThis share buttons, targeting tools and content recommendations help you get more likes, shares and followers and keep them coming back. AddThis Tools Academy Blog Help Dashboard Menu. Turn your visitors into engaged customers. Grow your website with free tools trusted by 15 million sites. In this first episode from Adam (follow on twitter @adamlearing), you learn more about the Drupal AddThis module. In this episode you will learn: How to configure the Add This module with multiple social networks How to integrate the Add This Smart Layers code within your site.
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Last modified: November 17th, 2017
Drupal 7 Remove Addthis Module
Drupal Addthis Module
I am building a Drupal 7 site. These are some of the modules I use: Adaptivetheme (theme), Views and Content Panes, Panels, Mini panels, Panels everywhere, Page manager, Superfish for menus, Addthis, Chosen (drop down). For improving my site performance and the dealing with the CSS and JS files I am using the Advagg module. AddThis and Drupal have an active Technology Partnership according to www.drupal.org. There are 93 companies in the AddThis partner ecosystem and 278 companies in the Drupal partner ecosystem. 12 companies exist in both ecosystems, representing 13% of the AddThis parther ecosystem and 4% of the Drupal partner ecoystem.