[typo] adding digg and delicious bookmark buttons to articles
steve.longdo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 00:39:44 EST 2006
If your theme contains views/article/_article.rhtml you will want to make
the change there. Should be a simple <%=h article.permalink -%> and <%=h
article.title -%> to get the data you need then. I am not sure if your
theme will have the _article partial or not, if not you can add one in and
try it out (model it after app/views/articles/_article.rhtml).
Typically it is called from the theme/views/article/index.rhtml as <%=
render_partial "article", article %>.
On 3/13/06, arvind s grover <arvind at grovernetwork.com> wrote:
> I found this helpful page that tells you how to add little links at
> the bottom of your posts for readers to bookmark in del.icio.us,
> digg.com and other bookmarking sites: http://www.exploding-boy.com/
> i am trying to figure out where to put these so they show up at the
> end of my posts on: http://www.21apples.org
> I am using the Good as Gold theme, not sure if that matters. Should I
> be looking in /app/models or in the themes folder or somewhere else?
> Any help would be appreciated. Obviously I need to change the
> Wordpress specific parts of the code to Ruby specific, and could use
> help on that too. If people reply, I will write it up for the Typo wiki.
> here is an example of the del.icio.us and digg codes:
> del.icio.us: http://del.icio.us/post?url=<?php the_permalink() ?
> >&title=<?php the_title()?>;
> digg: http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&URL="<?php the_permalink() ?>
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