Do Aug 31 11:53:45 CEST 2006

digg this bookmarklet

Just as a tiny by-product during cleaning up my bookmarks I wrote some useful bookmarklets. Simply drag & drop them into your bookmark toolbar if desired:

Bookmarklet to digg (digg.com) the currently viewed website:

<a href="javascript:location.href='http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=' 
+escape(document.location.href)+'">digg it!</a>
Drag'n'drop this link: digg it

Add page to del.icio.us:

<a href="javascript:location.href='http://del.icio.us/post?v=2&title='
+escape(document.title)+'&url='+escape(document.location.href)">delIcioIs</a>
Drag'n'drop this link: delIcioUs

Look up in Wikipedia:

javascript:
function extractmarked(fenetre) {
	if(fenetre.window.getSelection) { 
		return fenetre.window.getSelection(); 
	}
	if(fenetre.document.getSelection) {
		return fenetre.document.getSelection();
	}
	if(fenetre.document.selection){ 
		return fenetre.document.selection.createRange().text; 
	}
	if(fenetre.selectionStart != null) { 
		var s = fenetre.selectionStart; 
		var e = fenetre.selectionEnd; 
		return fenetre.value.substring(s,e); 
	}
	return '';
}
var framez=top.frames;
markedword=extractmarked(self);
if(markedword=='') {
	for(cur_frame=0;cur_frame<framez.length;cur_frame++) {
		if(markedword == '')
			markedword=extractmarked(framez[cur_frame]);
	}
}
if(markedword!='') {
	void(wiki=open('http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/'+markedword,'',
	     'scrollbars,menubar,location,toolbar,status,resizable')
} 
Drag'n'drop this link: wikipedia

( Note to self: Firefox sometimes won't accept to drop links into its toolbar if they contain too many whitespace. Adding them via right mouse button is possible anyways. )


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