StumbleThis Drupal module to bookmark in Stumbleupon
https://www.zyxware.com/sites/default/files/styles/user_image/public/pictures/zyxlogo.png?itok=NCFkMd_w
BY webmaster
13 years ago
Drupal-Technical
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We have added a few new modules to our site recently. Two of these are the StumbleThis module and the DiggThis module. Drupal already had a DiggThis module available for download but there was no StumbleThis module. StumbleUpon has been a popular source of traffic for zyxware.com and we wanted users to have an option to add any of our pages to their StumbleUpon favorites. So we created our own StumbleUpon module.

Normally people use stumbleupon toolbar to stumble websites. However when the toolbar is not enabled this provides an easy way to add the URL to the stumbleupon favorites. The StumbleThis button will be shown on the left of the content inline. Positioning of the StumbleThis button can be controlled by the weight option in the admin menu. By setting a negative value you can have the button displayed on top of the post while a positive value will take it to the bottom of the post.
Click here to download the StumbleThis module for Drupal. The module has been tested with Drupal 5.1. Please use the comments form below if you have any questions or suggestions.


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on 16th January 2008 / by webmaster
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on 08th February 2008 / by webmaster
Attachment Size slashdotit.tar.gz 173.55 KB Similar to the StumbleThis module that we had created earlier we have created another bookmarking Drupal Technical Slashdotit Shlomi Fish (not verified) access_time 18 Sep 2021 - 00:04 Hi! I'm interested in this module, but Drupal 6.2 complains that it's incompatible with it. Can you please update it or tell me how? Regards, Shlomi Fish shlomifish.org webmaster access_time 18 Sep 2021 - 00:04 In reply to Can you update it for Drupal-6.x? by Shlomi Fish (not verified) Sure we are working on this currently and will post an update soon. Also we will post this module on www.drupal.org as well Cheers Anoop John Team Zyxware Anonymous (not verified) access_time 18 Sep 2021 - 00:04 Hello! Nice Article very interesting, thanks
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on 25th June 2008 / by webmaster
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Hi there, I uploaded the files, enabled the modules to use SU, and now I see the link, but there is no icon...

How can I fix this?

Thanks,

Sean


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What do you see when you view the source? Search for stumblethis_button and you should be able to see the code for the image and the URL. Then you should be able to troubleshoot from there.


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Juicy Couture Addict (not verified)
access_time 18 Sep 2021 - 06:45

thanks for the post. would love to hear more of you. by the way, drupal's really popular nowadays as it has easy and fast features. you agree with me? thanks.