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Bring WordPress Press It Window to the Front of the Class

The WordPress Press It bookmarklet is a fast and easy way to add posts to your blog while surfing the net. Click the bookmarklet and the link to the page you are viewing will be listed in the popup WordPress Write Post window.

As fast and easy as it is to add information about the web page to your viewing to your WordPress blog, it has one annoying feature: When you click the WordPress Press It bookmarklet in Firefox, the resulting window opens behind the Firefox window you are viewing.

Personally, I wish it would open in a new tab, but for now, it opens in a window behind the rest of your open windows. Well, you come here for answers to many of your WordPress issues, and I have a possible cure.

Javascript Weblogsinc’s “Firefox, Bookmarklets, and Hidden Windows” has the answer to snapping the Firefox window to the front. Check it out.

For more information on using the WordPress Press It bookmarklet, see WordPress Power User Features – Just Press It and My Daily Tasks With WordPress. And for more helpful bookmarklets, browser javascripts that help you with handy shortcuts, see More Must Have Bookmarklets Than You Can Swing a Browser At and A Tagging Bookmarklet for WordPress and wordpress.com users.


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One Comment

  1. .derek punsalan
    Posted November 27, 2005 at 4:59 pm | Permalink

    i recommend the justblogit firefox extension for users who update multiple weblogs. justblogit supports a handful of blogging services and provides an option to configure the size of your popup window.

    JustBlogIt


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