Social Media Icons Missing in Enfold Theme

If you are using the Enfold theme for your WordPress web site, after updating to WordPress 5.3.1 you may have noticed that your social media icons disappeared.

The issue appears to stem from the WordPress 5.3.1 security and maintenance release which may be preventing the rendering of the icon font script used to display said social media icons. But this is just a guess.

Luckily, the Kriesi Media development team at Enfold have addressed the issue. The solution to the problem will be included within the next Enfold theme release which is expected sometime after the holidays. In the meantime, they have provided us with a way to patch the issue and restore the social media icon font functionality.

 

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Google Review

Create a link that you can provide to your customers so that they leave you a review of your business on Google reviews and subsequently Google Maps. You can easily share this link within your signature line of your emails, on your social media accounts or via a text message, for example.

This way you can encourage your customers to write you a review and rate your business online which will help promote your business.

 

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Instagram Logo

Hashtags aren’t just great for Twitter, they can also help users discover your brand on Instagram.

The maximum amount of hashtags you can add per Instagram post is 30, but you should aim to use much less than that. Try adding five to ten and see how well your posts perform. Then, look at how many new followers come on board and whether you’ve achieved your target level of engagement.

 

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