Estimated time needed for modification: 6 minutes
Login to your admin panel
Click Content -> Article Manager
Click Options button
Click Text Filters tab
Ensure that for Administrators and Super Users filter type option is set to No Filtering
If this is not the settings then set to No filtering and Click Save & Close button
Click on Site->Global Configuration
At Site tab set Default Editor to Editor – None
Click Save & Close Button
Then click Extensions -> Module Manager
Click the + (New) button
Select Custom HTML from the list
At Title field type: my share bar
At Show Title select Hide
At Position select the position your bar will appear based on the theme you are using
At Custom output paste the code your have from http://www.tecorange.com/my_share_bar
Click Save & Close
Your bar has been added check your site’s front page to see appearance.
Now at your modules your have the my share bar module tha you can edit anytime you want.
This procedure has been tested in joomla version 1.6 but similar procedure should work on any version.
At the first steps of this procedure we disabled editors and text filtering because text editors and text filtering is removing the <iframe> tag. With out this we can not install the bar.
Once done you can set back these settings to anything you like, but you have to set them again as described above if you ever need to modify my share bar.
During module creation you have also the options to set in which pages the bar will be displayed.
This way, based on the module position selection you have made, my share bar can appear on all pages and your visitors will be able to socialize all these pages and articles with their distinguished page/article title and URL.
You can add button combinations to varius possitions of your site simple by creating more custom modules. You can use <div> tags to set position left or right within your desired location.
An example or my share bar in Joomla can be found at http://www.tecorange.com (my share bar appears in 2 locations with different button combinations and sizes)