Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Blog this! bookmarklets

CategoryTagBlogThis and DeliciousTagBlogThis for del.icio.us and XBlogThis! for Technorati are extensions of Blogger's 'Blog This! 'bookmarklet', which pop up before the blogger post window appears. They allow you to create comma delineated tags. These tags are then integrated into your post saving you the effort of putting the code in manually. A great time saver.

You edit the CategoryTagThis! bookmarklet to point to your own del.icio.us account. The DeliciousTagBlogThis! bookmarklet points to all posts with your chosen tags. The bookmarklets and a good explanation of how they work can be found at Fresh Blog.

XBlogThis! creates Technorati tags and allows you to enter the blog author's name as the title. You can find the bookmarklet and full description at it's authors blog site Kens's Meme Deflector

Any tags linked to a del.icio.us account will also show up in Technorati so the first two bookmarklets cover both del.icio.us and Technorati.


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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Blog this! bookmarklets

CategoryTagBlogThis and DeliciousTagBlogThis for del.icio.us and XBlogThis! for Technorati are extensions of Blogger's 'Blog This! 'bookmarklet', which pop up before the blogger post window appears. They allow you to create comma delineated tags. These tags are then integrated into your post saving you the effort of putting the code in manually. A great time saver.

You edit the CategoryTagThis! bookmarklet to point to your own del.icio.us account. The DeliciousTagBlogThis! bookmarklet points to all posts with your chosen tags. The bookmarklets and a good explanation of how they work can be found at Fresh Blog.

XBlogThis! creates Technorati tags and allows you to enter the blog author's name as the title. You can find the bookmarklet and full description at it's authors blog site Kens's Meme Deflector

Any tags linked to a del.icio.us account will also show up in Technorati so the first two bookmarklets cover both del.icio.us and Technorati.


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