Pinterest Pin It Official Button on Image Hover (Good News)


Pinning an image just got easier and more intuitive with this hover button. You may have noticed that some professional photographer website have custom pinterest hover button for their website’s professional images, with Word Press it’s quite straightforward, whereas with Blogger it can be much more complicated, mostly for those who are hate modifying the code for their blog template.Now luckily we’re excited to tell that pinterest developer team finally made an official image hover pin it button for blogger. The on hover pin it button appear just like the regular pin it button, but it only shows up when a person mouse over an image.The pin it button should disappear again when your mouse-cursor is not on the image anymore.They look great on pages with lots of images and might look and feel better if your design is on the minimal side. Pinterest developer team made it very easy to install on your blogger blog. It only takes one line of code to get the button on mouse over the image. So follow the simple step below.


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How To Add It In Blogger Blog

No HTML is required for hoverbuttons; all you have to do is load the JavaScript listed below. Once you have this installed, images should show a Pin It button when hovered over. (If you’re already running pinit.js, just add the data-pin-hover="true" attribute to the existing SCRIPT tag.)


1. Go to your blogger dashboard>>Template>> Edit HTML

2. and find the following code in your template code.



3. and put it just above your closing </BODY> tag. (provided by pinterst).

4. Click on save button and you’re done..!!!

<script type="text/javascript" data-pin-hover="true" src="//"></script>


Note:- If you are already using pinterest pin it button then just add following attribute code in pinterest script tag.



You can see complete script above in step 3.

Note:- If you’re not already running pinit.js on your page, please visit the Widget Builder to find out more about the Pin It button and the rest of Pinterest’s fleet of handy widgets.


Some Images Won’t Work with the following reasons.

CSS background images, images that are under 80 by 80 pixels in size, images that have the data-pin-no-hover="true" attribute set, images that have the nopin="nopin" attribute set, and images whose SRC attribute starts with data: won’t show hover buttons.

You can definitely still use Pinterest regular Pin It button, and we think these new hover buttons are pretty nice, too..!!


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