Button sets are the way you choose which share buttons should show up where. The default button set contains all possible share buttons so if you want to for example show only Pinterest and Twitter share buttons when hovering over images, you need to create a button set that contains these two share buttons and use it in the hover module. Please note that button sets only define which buttons should be rendered. If you want to change the way your share buttons look like, you need to use the themes feature.
Let’s prepare a button set that contains Pinterest and Facebok buttons.
Go to the Button Sets menu item under the Frizzly menu item.
Add a new button set
Configure the button set
The title of the button set will help you identify it later, so make sure the name is descriptive, especially if you plan to use multiple button sets. After setting the title you need to configure the button set. The only thing you need to do here is to drag all the buttons you want to use in this button set from the Available Buttons list to the Selected Buttons list. In this case, just drag and drop the Pinteest nad Facebook buttons.
The button set configuration process is over. Now you need to hit the Publish button, just like you do with blog posts. At this point we’re almost done.
Use the created button set
Now let’s get back to the module where you want to use the button set you just created. If it’s the hover module, go to its settings and choose your newly create button set from the dropdown list (remember it must be published to be visible on that list!). Now you just need to press the Save Changes button on the bottom of the settings page. Mission accomplished – only the buttons you have chosen will be shown when hovering over an image!