This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.



SafeMarking was born out of a need for a an alternative to social bookmarking widgets that track, store and share the sensitive information of users. In a world of growing security conscious web users, having a visitor find out your website is tracking their sensitive financial information without their knowledge could be devistating for your traffic. SafeMarking widgets and plugins do not track any information about your visitors. Information is not passed to the servers for our use.

This plugin was created to serve the most basic WordPress users with no programming experience, as well as the seasoned theme crafting veterans.


Simply upload to your WordPress plugins direction, and activate from the Plugins page within the WordPress admin panel.

The plugin will automatically begin adding bookmarking icons to each post with the default settings, and using the default icons. Use the control panel to manipulate the settings for the output.

Contributors & Developers

“SafeMarking” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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  • Renamed global plugin directory variables with more specific names.


  • Added support for Pinterest


  • Added improved nonce protection in main options and icon forms
  • Added option to have links open in new tab/window
  • Removed submenu structure, put sub pages into tab format
  • Added sanitize to icon set names in post data before storage in database
  • Added ’email this article’ functionality
  • Added ’email’ icons to both included icon sets