Sharing Customization

Custom Share Icons

Use the following code as a template for using custom icons.

Custom icons

<div class="a2a_kit a2a_default_style">
    <a class="a2a_button_facebook">
        <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/facebook-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Facebook" width="27" height="27">
    </a>
    <a class="a2a_button_twitter">
        <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/twitter-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Twitter" width="27" height="27">
    </a>
    <a class="a2a_button_google_plus">
        <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/google-plus-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Google+" width="27" height="27">
    </a>
    <a class="a2a_dd" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share">
        <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/addtoany-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Share" width="27" height="27">
    </a>
</div>

<script async src="https://static.addtoany.com/menu/page.js"></script>

Add the following HTML code, for example, to the "Service Buttons HTML code" box in Drupal Configuration > Web services > AddToAny > Buttons > Service Buttons.

<a class="a2a_button_facebook">
    <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/facebook-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Facebook" width="27" height="27">
</a>
<a class="a2a_button_twitter">
    <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/twitter-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Twitter" width="27" height="27">
</a>
<a class="a2a_button_google_plus">
    <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/google-plus-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Google+" width="27" height="27">
</a>
<a class="a2a_dd" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share">
    <img src="https://static.addtoany.com/buttons/custom/addtoany-icon-long-shadow.png" border="0" alt="Share" width="27" height="27">
</a>

In WordPress, checkmark "Use custom icons" in Settings > AddToAny > Advanced Options, and specify the URL of the directory containing your custom icons, filename extension, and width & height.