Goodbye Delicious, Hello WordPress • WordPress Help

Now that it's already clear it's clear that there's nothing wrong with WordPress for not losing your history of shared links in Delicious.

To get it, you just have to use a great and simple plugin, ] Delicious XML importer . Its use is very simple: install, activate and go to the Delicious importer page. It will ask you to connect to the Delicious API page through a link that offers you and, once you have entered your name and password, Delicious will import your stuff, and you can download everything in an XML file on your computer desktop.

Yes , on the contrary, you want your old Delicious to be integrated into your WordPress you can try this synchronizer there will be no more updates when our old friend dies completely but you will have everything integrated.

And if you want having your own Delicious I remind you that you can mount it with bmPress #molamil .

For those about to Rock

… we salute myself

This is my presentation of a while ago in WordCamp Spain de Barcelona as the music does not appear in the presentation I put it aside, that has its crumb (or not ). In the same I pretended – in addition to awakening the staff – show some unusual uses of WordPress, pulling things like bmPress PhotoSmash P2 or themes that convert your WordPress into other things, like some of Elegant Themes of which you already know that I am in love.

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Give the play before the presentation …

bmPress: WordPress social bookmarks – WordPress Help

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<p> The WordPress microworld can say that it does not lack practically nothing." We have a platform for the creation of <a href= blogs and websites multiuser and multiblog sites social networks microblogging forums and with bmPress social bookmarking.

bmPress is a combination of plugin and theme with which to generate a social bookmarking site, either as a repository of your online activity, to share links with your friends, or for corporate favorites, you decide to use it.

Like all other 'WordPress' products, bmPress is licensed GPL The process of use, although somewhat more a priori complex than other systems, is actually good simple, you only need download the latest version of the bmPress plugin (or if you cheer up the development version ), choose some of the available specialized themes for this feature, and start posting and Share your bookmarks.

Right now there are 2 themes ready for bmPress, these:

  1. bmPress minimal (the official)
  2. WP Minimal (compatible)

But you can also adapt another theme simply modifying the loop of the files index.php single.php search.php and archive.php . Where do you find this code (for the example we use the Kubrick theme):

In all the files that I have noted before, you substitute it by the following:

Come on, that to show a bookmark in your theme you have to use the simple code:

Or a little more elaborate:

Then, adding favorites is really simple, more powerful. And is that bmPress includes two new menus that will greatly facilitate the task of adding bookmarks …

On the one hand, in your admin panel of WordPress you add the options icon " Blogmarks ", where you have a bookmarlet that, by adding it to your browser's favorites bar, will allow you to add bookmarks while browsing. It is the most powerful and easy to use option (although you can also create posts to use), and allows you to add public and private bookmarks, which only registered users will see. More ?, the bookmarks will add them with a screenshot in miniature and the link to the original site, as it should be.

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<p> And it also offers you an option to import bookmarks that you already have from Delicious or an Atom source (XML) from <a href= from the option of " Import " from the same section " Blogmarks ]. "

Did you like the idea? What's more, do you want to see how it works? Then go for the bmPress demo that I've prepared. of an RSS feed of your bookmarks, share them in GReader, in T witter, whatever you want, even replace my personal page with a bmPress, something more than a plugin do not you think?

NOTICE : this publication is two years or more ago. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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