I have written this little WordPress plug cause I`m too lazy to write out often used links. So here is the first version of TicTagTo. Hope you like it and be patient with me this plug is really simple and I`m not a php guru.
If you`ve got any suggestions don`t hesitate to communicate your thoughts in a comment… ooh, if you are looking for TicTacToe you`ll better try this ;)
How to use it – :
In the following example I`ve chosen the Wikipedia.org tag. Generally, you can use every tag in two ways:
1.) <wikipedia>WordPress</wikipedia> —-> shows: WordPress
2.) <wikipedia get=“WordPress“>Weblog</wikipedia> —-> shows: Weblog
..it`s easy – isn`t it? Especially made for lazy people like me…
Tags you can use:
Technorati.com —-> technorati
Del.icio.us —-> delicious
Feedster.com —-> feedster
Google.com —-> google
Google.de —-> googlede
Yahoo.com —-> yahoo
Yahoo.de —-> yahoode
Wikipedia.de —-> wikipediade
Wikipedia.org —-> wikipedia
Blogstats.de —-> blogstats
Download and installation:
There are two versions, one with and one without icons behind the link:
Use the common way to install this plug , if you want to use the icon-version don`t forget to copy the folder „tictagto-icons“ into your „wp-content/plugins“ folder.
If you don`t need the german tags just don`t use them or comment them out.
A working example:
This text comes from Wikipedia
A weblog, Web log or simply a blog, is a web application which contains periodic posts on a common webpage. These posts are often but not necessarily in reverse chronological order. Such a Web site would typically be accessible to any Internet user. The term „blog“ came into common use as a way of avoiding confusion with the term server log.
Blogs run from individual diaries to arms of political campaigns, media programs and corporations, and from one occasional author to having large communities of writers. Some are maintained by single authors, while others have multiple authors. Many weblogs enable visitors to leave public comments, which can lead to a community of readers centered around the blog; others are non-interactive. The totality of weblogs or blog-related websites is usually called the blogosphere. When a large amount of activity, information and opinion erupts around a particular subject or controversy in the blogosphere, it is commonly called a blogstorm. Blogshop is a german Weblog.