Simple Sharing Buttons Generator

Create light-weight, mobile-friendly sharing buttons for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other social media sites. Speed up your website or web app, avoid downloading unnecessary JavaScript files and keep your user's activity private. Choose from several styles, including Font Awesome -- completely free.

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Choose your style















Choose your networks

Note: Pocket and Pinboard are not supported by Font Awesome, no code will be generated for these networks.

Something missing? Check out this blog post.

Your website's info

Note: Facebook no longer accepts custom parameters, please use Open Graph instead.

Note: Please set the "URL of your page" below to your home page. This will be a fallback URL when your visitor's JavaScript is disabled.

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  • Optional
  • * Used with Pinterest and Wordpress. If you want to control which image is used by Facebook, Twitter and Google+, read about Open Graph, Twitter Card Tags and Schema.org microdata.

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Note: Pocket and Pinboard are not supported by Font Awesome, no code will be generated for these networks.

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Grab the code

HTML CSS

Download the icons below. You will need to upload them to your website and if necessary, change the src attribute of the <img> tags. Learn how.

Download the icons

You can download Font Awesome from their official website. Alternatively you can include this code inside your head element:
<link href="http://netdna.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.3.0/css/font-awesome.css" rel="stylesheet">
Note that you will also need to apply custom CSS (for color, hover style etc).

Don't forget to apply your own CSS (for color, hover style etc).

PS: This site is now open-source!

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