On Sat, 2 Mar 2002, Gunther Dippe <dippe@...> wrote
>I downloaded and tested FAQ-U too :-)
>I like it and think it can be a great add-on to Pt.
Have you had a chance to look at
yet? Needs a bit more work and tidying up, and I don't _think_ it will=20
be possible to have an integrated login with Pagetool unfortunately.
>A while ago I came across a nifty bookmark program.
Had a look at this. Wow. Nice little script.
>The feature I really like is that you can create a link in your own toolbar
>and click it whenever you want to bookmark a page you're visiting. It then
>fills in the title and the url for you. You have to decide the category and
>should be at least considered).
Yep, the bookmark you have in your browser to add the current URL to APB=20
escape(document.title) + '&form_url=3D' + escape(document.location)
to be precise. It'd be nice if it open in a new window maybe.
Was the original script URL.
>I also been in contact with the developers and they responded quickly.
Suggest to them that they should use the full <?php opening tag as some=20
systems won't be set up for the short <? tag.
>The one feature I miss is building the categories separately from adding t=
>bookmarks but at least I can live with that since adding the bookmarks is =
An integrated login with Pagetool may again be a problem :-( APB seems=20
to be using a cookie based login. Also if you've cleared the cookie, or=20
logged out, and then try to add a new bookmark, you are asked to login=20
again, good. But once logged in the page you wanted to bookmark has been=20
As php is allowed in the head.php and foot.php Pagetool can contain APB=20
without too many problem.
Looks like a nicer bookmarks type app then ssLinks, although the=20
ever it's the integrated login with Pagetool that is most difficult.
Should we have APB (or ssLinks or similar) on the http://www.pagetool.org site=20
instead of the "sites using" page maybe? Oh, and do a search on Google=20
for "powered by pagetool". Wow, loads of sites! :-)
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