Modules are easy ways to insert the social widgets into your site using available module positions in your template.
The SCSocialWidget module is installed when JFBConnect is installed on your site. It provides the ability to add any of the social widgets that JFBConnect supports for all supported social network providers. Some examples for each social network are shown below, but see here for a complete list. To use, navigate to the Modules area by going to "Extensions->Module Manager". and click into the SCSocialWidget module you wish to use (or click "New" for a new instance). Then, configure each module to customize the view and behavior of the module.
The Like button lets users share pages from your site back to their Facebook profile with one click.
The Joomla Google +1 button lets users share pages from your site back to their Google+ profile with one click.
The Company Profile shows a LinkedIn Company Profile summary. Use this to help users discover common professional connections.
The Pinterest Pin It button lets users share a link to your page along with the included image to Pinterest.
Please Note: When using the PinIt button, and image must be specified. When using the Content plugin to automatically insert the PinIt button, the Open Graph - Content plugin must be enabled for JFBConnect to properly detect the best image to use. If no image is found, the PinIt button will not display.
The Joomla Twitter Tweet button lets users share pages from your site back to their Twitter stream with one click.
The Login Button shows profile pictures of the user's friends who have already signed up for your site in addition to a login button. (When logged in, a logout button can be optionally shown)
The JFBCSocialShare module will show the sharing buttons for the current page, letting the user share pages from your site back to their social network. These share buttons includes Facebook Like / Share, Twitter Tweet, LinkedIn Share, and Google +1. The module can be in a fixed or floated position. You can see an example of the JFBCSocialShare module on sourcecoast.com floated to the bottom of the page.