Drupal Module to add a Slashdot It bookmark
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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Similar to the StumbleThis module that we had created earlier we have created another bookmarking module for Drupal - SlashdotIt module. Unlike the other social bookmarking sites Slashdot is very selective in terms of the articles that get approved from the submission queue also known as the Slashdot firehose. Use this module on your site only if you are sure that you have slashdot worthy content.

Check out http://www.slashdot.org and figure out the kind of articles that get posted at slashdot. If your site has comparable content then go ahead and use this module. The administrative options are similar to the StumbleThis Drupal module that we had created earlier. The module has been tested with Drupal 5.3. Please use the comments form below if you have any questions or suggestions.


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on 01st January 2008 / by webmaster
We have added a few new modules to our site recently. Drupal Technical StumbleThis Sean (not verified) access_time 21 Sep 2021 - 00:00 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 webmaster access_time 21 Sep 2021 - 00:00 In reply to Icon doesn't show by Sean (not verified) 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. Juicy Couture Addict (not verified) access_time 21 Sep 2021 - 00:00 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.
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on 16th January 2008 / by webmaster
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on 25th June 2008 / by webmaster
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Shlomi Fish (not verified)
access_time 21 Sep 2021 - 02:38

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



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Anonymous (not verified)
access_time 21 Sep 2021 - 02:38

Hello!

Nice Article very interesting, thanks