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The page Test.AddLinkBookmarklet has this recipe enabled if you wish to try it out.
Note that once you've bookmarked the link created by
(:addlink:), it's okay to remove or comment out the
(:addlink:) markup in the page of links (the bookmark in the browser will still function).
I created a version of the AddLinkBookmarklet to work with the Kind-ofBlog? and Tags recipes. kob-addlinkΔ works the same as the above Bookmarklet (you have to put
(:addlink:) someplace to create the links to the bookmarklets), but then the bookmarklets adds a blog entry for the page you're visiting, includes the selected text, prompts for tags, and adds a link to the page. If no text is selected, it prompts for that too. See instructions in the header of the kob-addlink.php file for installation instructions. Andy Kaplan-Myrth May 31, 2006, at 02:34 PM
(:addlink:)text in the page to create the bookmarklet that sends bookmarks to that page. Mine also include page title, url, selected text (if any; if none selected, a description is prompted for), and possible tags (with the addition of a bookmark tag).
I've made quite a few changes to the recipe I made, addlink-tags.php, which maybe requires it's own recipe page. There is little to none of either original source in it, although it is most definitely still inspired by the original. I'm going to make a new recipe, Cookbook:AddLinkTagsBookmarklet for this. — tamouse September 27, 2012, at 10:50 PM
How is this related to being a "Bookmarklet"? As far as I can tell it is for storing links on a PMWiki page instead of your browser. Perhaps you might change the name to something more mnemonic? Perhaps you could educate me on this. Someone might confuse this with recipe Bookmarklet GNUZoo 08 21 2006 1:00 am CST.
— tamouse September 27, 2012, at 10:47 PM
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