delicious linkrolls

Time to revise this page. It was originally created to document the runes on how to use the delicious provided javascript linkroll generator. I originally saved the code as text in a page, and latterly, from Oct 2013 used Artiss Embeded Code and I located the scripts in code objects. delicious withdrew the javascript. I implemented JP’s Get RSS Feed to fix the withdrawal of the delicious javascript; I rendered the feed using wordpress. At some time delicious changed their URL from delicious.com back to del.icio.us. At the same time, they decided to insert an advert into the first item of the feed.

This has led to all my bookmark feeds in this wiki breaking, and to asking the question as to whether one wants to fix it as I no longer control the content. I have posted to the wordpress support site to implement a “start from” parameter. I wonder if CSS display:none; properties could be used to supress the first element in the feed.

This wiki has a number of pages which used the del.icio.us feed to expand the articles and to point at my bookmarks. I haven’t decided whether to fix them or not.

I have asked that the plugin is adjusted to exclude the first element and I propose to examine planet to see if I can put a filter into the consumption code lines. See http://wiki.davelevy.info/planet-planet/ for my planet documentation.

See http://wiki.davelevy.info/rendering-rss-on-my-blog-or-wiki/ for my jp-rss-feed documentation and https://wordpress.org/plugins/jps-get-rss-feed/ for Jimmy’s documentation.

ooOOOoo

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  1. This page was updated on 19th Oct 2016, I removed the comments on how to use the original script and documented the changes and outstanding problems.

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