Hosted wordpress social bookmarks bookmarklet

As I use Google Chrome as my default browser nowadays, I don’t currently have access to greasemonkey (userscripts are coming in 2.0 though :)) and therefore I can’t use my hosted wordpress social bookmarks greasemonkey script. For this reason (and for others who don’t use firefox*), I’ve knocked up a bookmarklet version of the script.

Given that it’s really diffcult to format code correctly in here, I’ll just point you to it as a file.  Just grab the file and and copy the contents as the location of a bookmark (preferably one on you bookmarks bar so you have easy access to it).  Then, whenever you’re on the add or edit post pages in your wordpress admin, you can click the link to add in the nifty “Social Bookmarks” section as if you were using the greasemonkey version.

Neat.

*Apart from those using IE as it seems to truncate all bookmarks longer than a predetermined max… what a PITA.

add to del.icio.us :: Bookmark Post in Technorati :: Add to Blinkslist :: add to furl :: Digg it :: add to ma.gnolia :: Stumble It! :: add to simpy :: seed the vine :: :: :: TailRank :: post to facebook :: Bookmark on Google :: Add to Netscape :: Share on Yahoo :: Add this to Live

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One Response to “Hosted wordpress social bookmarks bookmarklet”

  1. links for 2009-04-11 « Balau Says:

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