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HTML code for "bookmark" page

  1. Is there a html-code for "bookmark" page?

    The blog I need help with is mandmigop.wordpress.com.

  2. I am not sure what you are asking. What is it that you want to do?

  3. Hi.. @morteniversen82 Bookmarking is of two types:
    i) Browser specific:

    It requires a Java-Script code, which is not allowed on wordpress.com

    ii) Web specific:

    You can do this with Sharing feature by adding bookmarking buttons like addthis, sharethis, addtoany etc.

  4. ~~wpguarav!

  5. ~~mmadfan
    I also use this symbol(~~) but don't know what does it mean, please MMADfan?

  6. "waves" -- 'cause it's two wavy lines. :)

  7. Okay!
    ~~MMADfan ! :-D

  8. Thanks, I hoped there was an universial html code for it. To bad

  9. Try this code:
    <a href="javascript:window.external.AddFavorite('http://wpgaurav.wordpress.com', 'MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK')" style="font-size:12px;color:#ffffff;font-family:verdana;">Bookmark this site!</a>
    just change the url and Title of the page(MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK).

  10. But is Javascript ok on a wordpress.com-blog?

  11. It wont work - it makes a link without any action connected to

  12. As I earlier said NO. WordPress.com truncated the code into <a href="//wpgaurav.wordpress.com', 'MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK')" style="font-size:12px;color:#ffffff;font-family:verdana;">Bookmark this site!</a>

  13. Ok, so it's possible, but not on wordpress.com.

    Thanks for the help anyway. ~~

  14. If it helps, you can also add other "sharing" services besides the ones that are standard on wp.com, so if there's a particular bookmarking/favorites service you're thinking of, you can add that. (It's also how you add both the Facebook share & like buttons.)

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/sharing/#adding-your-own-service

    I added both FB share & like buttons, plus newsvine, this way.

  15. I'm looking at it. When I can see someone has tweeted me, can I then find out whom did it? (there twitter profile)

  16. Not on WordPress.com stats. However, you can do a search on Twitter for your blog or post's URL.

  17. If you use smart tweet button then click on the number showing next to tweet to know who has tweeted your post.
    Visualization:
    [tweet <5)]

  18. Thanks, just the answer I needed

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