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24Jan/071

Metaclipping to my own page

Didn't we see this before?

 clipped from www.glitchnyc.com

TorleyIs it just me, or is there an abnormally large number of great folks in the new web communities that have sprung up in the past few years? Maybe it’s the fact that most of the people I’m working with lately are into the idea of creating or participating in something great, rather than making a boatload of money, but I’ve met more than my fair share of kick-ass people this year.


I’ve been developing a WordPress widget for Clipmarks that allows you to add clips to the side of your blog. It’s only my second wordpress plugin, so I figured it would be a bit rough around the edges and would benefit from some true beta testing. We invited the incredibly awesome Torley to be our first beta tester Thursday night, and not only did he test it out and give us great feedback, but he’s also blogged about the tool and has done the legwork of installing an updated version of the beta just a day later!

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  1. Eric, I’ve customized the CSS on the latest beta you gave me — works like a charm for the most part, thankyouverymuch. I like being able to style the Clips to fit my blog better, and beyond just simple recolorability!

    One thing tho: I can’t figure out how to get the link style to be the same as the rest of my links (for example, hovering over a link = green text on a pink background). Is there a way to get the Clipmarks widget to easily use the same? I tried breaking up some of the CSS classes and editing them, but for some reason, it didn’t seem to have an effect.

    Keep it up! =D


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