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I think it should actually be the Social Widget-s .
Some people may wish to choose what social media integration they want, unlike @ blogger themes or blogger where you can only have a limited set given by them.
I for one, like to have a facbook thing, a stumble upon and maybe a twitter or tweetmeme.
And maybe I would like this post to be only Stumble Upon -able 😛 (I’m not sure that’s a word :)) )
It doesn’t really want to take in the code, I guess it’s because that “expr” part
<a expr:href=’"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http://www.florin-muresan.cif2.net/the_social_widget-pag397.html’ rel=’external nofollow’ target=’_blank’><img alt=’StumbleUpon’ class=’bookmark-icon’ src=’http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_wa6zL1GRiOs/Sdj7lApeS4I/AAAAAAAACkE/
So the real question is:
Should the user define a small bar of social buttons that appear in every post, or should he/she post what buttons she wants in every post (through the Cif2 Editor) ?
I personally say: Let’s have them both !
Especially becuase you may want to have only a small “Like” button at your About page. You may not want to have that too crowded with other social media buttons.
I think this would provide everyone with a much friendlier and easier platform 😉 And also one with no head-aches attached 😛