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Adding buttons for your Joomla site visitors to share things on social media can be a pain. In this live stream we check out ochJSsocials from Ruud van Lent and

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  • Title: "First Look at ochJSsocials for Joomla - 👀 WMW 211 - YouTube"
    - The video is a live stream hosted by Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast.
    - Tim talks about the OCH JS socials extension for Joomla.
    - He mentions the extension is from Online Community Hub by
    - Tim promotes for Joomla site audits and management tools.
    - He offers a coupon code "basic Joomla" for a free first month on
    - Tim discusses his experience with Joomla and his willingness to work on Joomla sites.
    - He mentions switching to OBS for live streaming and some technical challenges.
    - Tim mentions a recent tutorial on setting up an article paywall in Joomla.
    - He plans to review the OCH JS socials extension.
    - Tim talks about recent news regarding Twitter and Facebook (meta).
    - He plans to demonstrate how to set up the OCH JS socials extension.
    - Tim explores the extension's settings and demonstrates its features.
    - He tests buttons like WhatsApp, LinkedIn, and email sharing.
    - Tim discusses options for displaying buttons and call-to-action text.
    - He mentions trying to insert buttons automatically into articles.
    - Tim encounters a potential issue with the call to action placement.
    - He explores the inline help feature and its functions.
    - Tim tries to understand how the extension handles read more positions.
    - There's a mention of a "dotted line" that may be related to read more links.


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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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