By Stephen Walker

Avada has a sharing element which is fine, but a lot of websites have this feature pinned to the left side. With the new off-canvas feature this is relatively easy to do. Just create an off-canvas layout and adjust as necessary. Since there is no vertical stack for the sharing you have to force it with a small off-canvas area. I did struggle to get the right balance so to make it easier for you, just copy the short and paste it into the code view of the default editor. I may do a more detailed explanation in the future.

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UPDATE: Since putting this together, I have removed this feature. I found it to be a bit over the top for my taste and it needs a lot of work. Here is an image of what the code above produced.

Originally published on April 8, 2022

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