Google+ is no more online.
Google+ has introduced a share button, which is a more user-friendly and easiest way to share your site content on Google+. Google+ share button is different from the Google +1 button because the Google +1 button just only for +1 and share button is to increase your content sharing on Google+. Like the Google +1 button, Google+ share button is available in four annotations: 1. None 2. Bubble Horizontal 3. Bubble Vertical 4. Inline. It is also available in three different sizes: 1. Small 2. Medium 3. Large.
Well, you can easily get a Google+ share button from the official page.
Google+ Share button Official Page: https://developers.google.com/+/web/share/
But when you add this button to your blog or site that is on Blogger and have more than one post on the home page, then this button shares the home page, not the posts. So in this article, I will cover how to add a Google+ share button on Blogger blogs, which will be valid for each post not only to the home page. For this purpose, we’ll modify the default Google+ share button code. Let proceed to modification:
<!-- Place this tag where you want the share button to render. --> <div class="g-plus" data-action="share" data-annotation="bubble"></div>
<!-- Place this tag where you want the share button to render. --> <div class='g-plus' data-action='share' data-annotation='bubble' expr:data-href='data:post.url'/>
The above-highlighted part is added to the working code as per our objective of this article.
- Go to Blogger Dashboard › Select blog › Switch to Template tab › Edit HTML › Check Expand widget template
- Now search template for <data:post.body/>
- If you want to place Google+ share button above the post, then insert the code above <data:post.body/> or if you want to place Google+ share button below post then insert the code below <data:post.body/>
- Save the template changes › Done
› Another important thing –
› Learn how to edit Blogger template
After a pretty exercise on Google+ share button code and template customization, you get a Google+ share button on your blog for posts and pages.