This is a Drupal bridge project that provides an AddThis.com button or toolbox to let your users share your content to social network sites using AddThis.
What is AddThis?
Launched in September 2006, AddThis is the #1 bookmarking and sharing button on the Internet. AddThis has become the standard button for bookmarking and sharing. The AddThis button spreads your content across the Web by making it easier for your visitors to bookmark and share it with other people, again…and again…and again. This simple yet powerful button is very easy to install and provides valuable Analytics about the bookmarking and sharing activity of your users. AddThis helps your visitors create a buzz for your site and increase its popularity and ranking. (source: addthis.com)
Please note that this module only supports a subset of the features provided by AddThis. You cannot assume that just because a feature is offered by AddThis, it is also available by means of this Drupal bridge module.
AddThis for Drupal 7
The only branch that is (currently) actively maintained is 7.x-4.x. We recommend using the 7.x-4.0 alpha6 release or the development release for testing purposes. These releases might contain a few small issues that might stop you from using it on production. Please provide feedback to make use able to create a stable release of this branch.
Version 7.x-2.x is no longer supported.
AddThis for Drupal 8
There is an issue tracker about porting this module to Drupal 8, and the project for porting to D8 exists on GitHub. Status is unknown. A co-maintainer to officially oversee the port to D8 is needed.
AddThis for Drupal 6
Drupal 6 has reached end of life and AddThis for Drupal 6 is no longer supported. Outstanding issues for Drupal 6 will be closed as "outdated".
- Maintenance status: Actively maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Reported installs: 32,924 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 323,241
- Last modified: September 8, 2016
- Stable releases are covered by the security advisory policy.
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