Social bookmarking has long been popular on nearly any type of website, especially with sites featuring regularly updated content such as news sites and blogs. Social bookmarking allows visitors to remember, rate and recommend content through a number of channels, including Facebook, Delicious, Digg and many others. While many sites prefer to use numerous icons and links to each service available, I prefer to use the single point of service through AddThis.
Launched in 2006, addthis has become the #1 bookmarking and sharing button on the Internet. Many serendipity developers and website owners have incorporated the addthis code, or "widget", into their serendipity templates. I personally added it to a number of my own templates, and this code has been a part of the current serendipity default template Bulletproof since its initial release. Addthis has maintained compatibility with older versions of their scripts, but I decided it was time to update the script, especially since they just released a new version today.
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Wednesday, May 27. 2009
Wednesday, March 25. 2009
Kinetic has been updated to include a number of new features, many of which were recommended by current users of this news and magazine template framework for Serendipity. The new features provide greater power, configuration flexibility, and site accessibility. [ Continue reading "Kinetic template version 1.1 ... » ]