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09-23-2010, 11:24 AM
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Social bookmarking buttons are digg, stumbledupon etc.

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Social bookmarking buttons are digg, stumbledupon etc.
Imo twitter counts, facebook not but that was just and example .

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Of course, but linkedin isn't a bookmarking service.

I get what you mean though, linking to his profile.

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If anything Facebook is more of a bookmarking service than Twitter. I would say that 'liking' a page constitutes a social bookmark.

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Ok, I was just showing my point guys, didn`t want to make a fuss about what is and what not a bookmarking service . Anyway, they are all about "bring me some traffic" .

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Originally Posted by Oliver View Post
The design is really nice, and as Joe pointed out, the formatting of the posts is brilliant.

Social bookmarking buttons are a must, indeed.
Thanks Oliver. I put quite a bit of time to make sure the formatting is how I wanted it: now I will make sure that the content lives up to it! I am coming round to the idea of social buttons, but I need to decide which ones to include.

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You shouldn't. Nobody ever clicks them.
Aye. If I do (I think I will) I will only have a couple, as I agree I doubt many people click 'em.

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Ok, I was just showing my point guys, didn`t want to make a fuss about what is and what not a bookmarking service . Anyway, they are all about "bring me some traffic" .
Thanks for the advice Trim. I don't mind creating some discussion!

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Just posted two new articles, the most important of which is the follow on to the WYSIWYG tutorial.

Creating a WYSIWYG Editor with jQuery: Part 2

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I remembered you posted an article about WHYSIWYG editors, hoped to read it.
Too bad it's not online anymore!

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