Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
Compatible with DokuWiki
This plugin shows the toolbar with links to the bookmarking services:
BookmarkMe support simple syntax to force enable or disable the toolbar on the page.
Plugin allows to configure the following:
All these options are available at the Configuration Manager.
bookmark.ini is a place, where you can add more bookmarking services to show on the toolbar.
Service_name <space(s)> service_url <CR>
Since v0.8 plugin ships empty
bookmarkme.ini.dist, instead of
bookmark.ini for easier plugin update.
Service icon should be placed in the /img folder and meet the following rules:
Some of the generated url's (ie. favorites, yahoo) are not valid XHTML causing html validation to fail with invalid entities
I second the location stuff above, I would like to be able to define easily in the plugin where it should display the icons - not just before or after page text - i.e. in the bottom toolbar, in the top toolbar etc.. - I have installed this plugin on my site: http://www.simpleinvoices.org/start and works well - just want to move the icons around justin 2008-06-02
plugin does not know anything about the toolbars, though… — Ilya Lebedev 2008/12/25 20:49
Yahoo Buzz doesn't seem to work.
Yahoo buzz is not supported. — Ilya Lebedev 2008/12/25 20:49
I would also like to have the bar on the top
Toolbar location option has been added — Ilya Lebedev 2008/12/25 20:49
, and with BIGGER ICONS.
Specially the DIGG one, it is not really visible enough
I'm not the icon guru, can't help you with this. Any help with the icons will be highly appreciated. — Ilya Lebedev 2008/12/25 20:49
We're using IconShock icons in our SEO Wiki. They have some free icons on social networks http://www.iconshock.com/icon_sets/high-detail-social-icons/
Thanks for the plugin. We're using it in our Wiki on Search Engine Optimization. Our problem is that the outbound links are do-follow. It actually seems to reduce the page rank of our wiki. Please change the links to no-follow: <a href=“target.url” rel=“external nofollow”><img…></a>. We have wrote an overview of the problem here: http://en.seowiki.info/best_practices/no-follow_versus_do-follow