Often this is because you are using any third party and outdated theme which is not using the Word Press Hook wp_head() for embedding external plugin scripts.Make sure your website source contains the script /mashsharer/assets/js So if you have no chance to update or change your theme do some hardcoding and put the following line into the head template of your theme file: Easier and more recommend is to embed the wp_head() function into the template file. yourwebsite.com/link-to-my-article to yourwebsite.com/blog/link-to-my-article the share counts return zero because social networks like Facebook and Twitter are not able to detect that you only moved the url permalink structure and that the content still remains the same.“The choice and quality of the image “grabbed” when you use the “share” feature is totally beyond your control.” Read here for more: https://community.linkedin.com/questions/3299/Check your php logfiles for any errors.I can also assist you with such problems, but keep in mind that they are mostly not caused by this plugin.So from a viewpoint of this networks the new url appears as a new page which has not been shared before. There is no way to get the old share count back, so think about it carefully if it is realy useful to change your site url structure before you do this.Most times you have more drawbacks than advantages when changing url´s. url= This should result in something like: Go to your website- Adjust width, app ID (or remove it) and url to your needs.Enable Mashshare THAN the Network Add-On and all Share buttons become visible again.(Activating order is important here) You can adjust the style of Mashshare with some very small css snippets.
There is also no data which goes to my hands that includes any IP or other data.
There is a free available Api Key from necessary for up to 10.000 daily requests.
For most websites this is suitable enough as Mashshare uses extensive caching so the requests to are reduced to a little.
Many took to social media in order to vent their frustration, but luckily it seems like there is a fairly simple way to fix your Facebook for Android app.
In order to get your Facebook app up and running again, you’ll first need to close down Facebook completely on your phone - including removing it from running in the background.
Just install a open graph plugin to provide this extra tags.