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Bookmarklets vs. Sidebar

  • From the codex:

    Add the “Press It!” bookmarklet provided by WordPress to your browser and you have a shortcut to create an article with a link to the page currently displayed on your browser!

    If you don’t like a bookmarklet, use our friendly broswer sidebar, which can be used in a similar fashion.

    As far as I can determine, this is the only mention of a “sidebar” alternative to bookmarklets in the codex. Can someone shed some light on this feature? How do you invoke the sidebar?

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  • I realize this post is old and that no one responded but I am curious about this as well.

    I clicked the WordPress Sidebar! button at the bottom of the Users page in the Admin panel. It added it to my bookmarks. When I click it in my bookmarks, it puts an empty browser frame on the right side of my browser.

    Why is it empty and what is it for?

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