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punch-thirdparty-snippets-helper

Collection of third party snippets (Google Analytics, Disqus, Tweet Button & Web Font Loader), you can easily add to your Punch templates.

Punch Third Party Snippets Helper

Collection of third party snippets (Google Analytics, Disqus, Tweet Button & Web Font Loader), you can easily add to your Punch templates.

  • Install the package

    npm install punch-thirdparty-snippets-helper

  • Open your Punch project's configurations (config.json) and add the following:

    "plugins": {
    
    	"helpers": {
    		"thirdparty_snippets_helper": "punch-thirdparty-snippets-helper"
    	}
    
    }
    
  • You must then define the configurations for the snippets you wish to use as follows:

    "thirdparty_snippets": {
    
    	"google_analytics": {
    		"universal": true
    		"property_id": "UA-XXXXXX-X"
    		"property_domain": "yoursite.com"
    	},
    
    	"disqus": {
    		"shortname": "username"
    	},
    
    	"twitter": {
    		"user": "screename"
    	},
    
    	"web_fonts": {
    		"google": {
    			"families": ['Droid Sans', 'Droid Serif']
    		}
    	},
    }
    

Here is a full list of options available for each snippet:

Google Analytics

  • universal: (optional, default to false) - if true, use the new universal google analytics tracking code
  • property_domain (optional, default to auto) - only use when universal is true
  • proterty_id (required) - The property ID for the site you want to track (Learn More)
  • async - Whether to load the script in asynchronous mode, which will start tracking the events immediately without blocking the page rendering (default: true)

Disqus

  • shortname (required) - Shortname provided for your discuss account.

Tweet Button

  • via - Screen name of the user to attribute the Tweet to
  • count - Count box position values: none, horizontal, vertical (default: none)
  • size - The size of the rendered button values: medium, large (default: medium)

WebFont Loader

You must provide the configuration of fonts to load as defined in the WebFont Loader library

For example to use Google Fonts:

	"web_fonts": {
		"google": {
			"families": ['Droid Sans', 'Droid Serif']
		}
	}

or Typekit:

	"web_fonts": {
		typekit: {
			id: 'xxxxxx'
		}
	}

Copyright (c) 2012 Licensed under the MIT license.