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How to customize Emote Widget text

Vuukle allows you to customize Emote Widget text (below the Emoticons in the Emotes widget). The default text for each Emoticon is as follows. Customize Emote Widget text – table   Emoticon Default text Position in Widget Happy 1st Indifferent 2nd Amused 3rd Excited 4th Angry 5th Sad 6th Once you have made changes to […]

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How to customize text in the Vuukle

Vuukle allows you to customize text used in the Vuukle comment system according to your needs. The following values can be modified: rating_text – The text present besides the rating widget – Default: Give a rating comment_text_0 – The text for article with no comments – Default: Leave a comment comment_text_1 – The comment count text for […]

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How to enable Vuukle PowerBar on my page?

If you would like to put social activity in first plan, you can enable Vuukle PowerBar. There are two options available – vertical and horizontal. Enable Vuukle PowerBar – Horizontal To enable horizontad PowerBar, insert this line of code on your page: <div class=”vuukle-powerbar”></div> This is how end horizontal bar should look like: Enable Vuukle PowerBar […]

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How to embed Vuukle platform using JavaScript?

To embed Vuukle platform using JavaScript, log into the Vuukle dashboard and open the Integration drop-down present in the top menu. Then, proceed to click on the Setup Guide link In the Choose your platform section, select the JavaScript option. After that, from the Settings section choose the Language (The option for Transliteration of the text in the comment box) and […]

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How to show comment count on article or page

In this modern day, user engagement is very important and you can improve it if you show comment count on your article or page. You can easily display comment count without adding any additional API calls on the page – simply add following HTML Data Attribute in the comment count anchor tag: <a data-vuukle=”ARTICLE_ID” href=”#vuukle_div”>comments</a>

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How to test APIs provided by Vuukle?

To test APIs provided by Vuukle, go to home page of your admin dashboard, select site on which you want to test API, choose Settings in menu, and then API Console in submenu. In Operation section, clicking on drop down menu, choose which API method you want to use. Next, fill in form, and click on […]

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How to enable Vuukle Newsletter Subscribe box?

There are two ways you can enable Vuukle Newsletter Subscribe box: Embedding div element in your code Using WordPress plugin settings Enable Vuukle Newsletter Subscribe box embedding div element Insert this element in your code: <div id=”vuukle-subscribe”></div> Enable Vuukle Newsletter Subscribe box using WordPress plugin Go to Vuukle – Settings and select ON for Show Newsletter Bar. […]

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