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bjfletcher says

Hi there,

The Karma theme is fantastic.

There’s one thing I’d like to add: “share” icons at end of each post in the blog, to allow the reader to share the post through Facebook, Twitter, etc., and also for there to be a Facebook “Like” button. This is a great way to get connected with people.

Is this at all possible?

With many thanks

Ben

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charlie4282 says

Look on CodeCanyon for a plugin there are loads there. Good luck

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omstout says

I’ve used jetpack with several other themes and WP sites—but it caused my karma install to crash twice. Anyone else have this issue?

I’ll try post—any other sharing button suggestions? And is it possible to disable the standard sharing button on the recent blog post template?

Thanks!

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