This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

Contributor: Guy


This plugin adds a friendly bar at the bottom of your blog posts. All you social bookmarking services are there: Meneame, Digg, Delicious, Fresqui, Technorati, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Enchilame, Bitacoras, Wikio, FriendFeed, Twitter and you’re also able to email the post using an online Feedburner service.

Compatible with all WordPress versions (2.3 to 3.0). Don’t forget to check the config panel.

Some extra things I kept in mind:

Feel free to visit my blog for support or rquests of any kind.



Upload the folder named guyem_bookmarks (default plugin folder is called “wordpresss guyem-bookmarks-plugin) in your wp-content/plugins of your public_html (hosting), then activate the plugin from your Dashboard (WordPress Panel) in the Plugins tab. If you have more questions about the installation you can post a comment and ask.

= The installation of the Guyem Bookmarks Plugin is easy, simply add the following code (at the end of the post and before the comments) in the document single.php on your blog (or main index .php page on some other themes):
* <?php bookmarks (); ?>

=For example, for a blog with the WordPress default theme, the code would be inserted as follows:

    <?php the_tags( '<p>Tags: ', ', ', '</p>'); ?>
    <?php bookmarks(); ?>


Where should I upload the images that make up this plugin?

You don’t need to upload anything extra anywhere, all the documents are inside the plugin directory, in the case of the images, this directory is called: ‘images’. Simply upload the plugin folder Guyem into your plugin directory.

How can I personalize the colors of the plugin bar?

You should edit the style.css file (inside the ‘guyem-bookmarks-wordpress-plugin/css/’ directory)

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