Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Adding 'dogear this' button to your webpages

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Product development has made integration of Dogear with existing web applications even easier!!! Currently, you can add a 'dogear this' button to existing web pages by simply copying the bookmarlet code. The bookmarklet code is presented here:

var h='';
var d=document;
var b=d.body;
var e=encodeURIComponent;
var t=setTimeout;
var dw;
(function() {
if(b){ a
var p=d.createElement('script');
t("var u=d.getElementById('dogear_postUrl');
} )()

Long, huh? Well, it's not that bad considering they give you the code and it's just a matter of copy-paste into all your webpages. If you are interested, this developerWorks article explains more on how to use the above code.

As of today, however, we have an even EASIER way to do this. And all it takes is two lines of code!! -- I promise, let's check it out.. First, add this line to your HTML's HEAD element:

<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

Then, add this line to the <BODY> element of your web page (right now it's a DIV but you could make it a button if you wanted to...):

<a href="#" style="text-decoration:none;" onclick="DogLink.post_to_dogear(location.href, document.title, '', '');return false;"><IMG height=16 src="" width=16 border=0>Bookmark this!</A>

Note: Updated 27/Apr/2009 to fix code as per comments

That's it!! Nifty, eh? This will be available to customers in the 1.0.2 release.

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