15: Integrating the Social Web in Java

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<a href="http://delicious.com/post url=< php the_permalink() >&title=< php the_title(); >">Save on Del.icio.us</a> <a href="http://digg.com/submit phase=2&url=< php the_permalink() >">Post to Digg</a> <a href="http://www.facebook.com/share.php u=< php the_permalink() >">Share on Facebook</a> <a href="http://friendfeed.com/ url=< php the_permalink() >&title=< php the_title() >">Share on FriendFeed</a> <a href="http://www.mixx.com/" onclick="window.location='http://www.mixx.com/submit page_ url='+window.location; return false;">Post to Mixx</a> <a href="http://reddit.com/submit url=< php the_permalink() >&title=< php the_title(); >">Post to Reddit</a> <a href="http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit url=< php the_permalink(); >&title=< php the_title(); >">Post to Stumbleupon</a> <a href="http://twitter.com/home status=Now reading < php the_permalink(); >">Send to Twitter</a>
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For the most up-to-date code, along with graphics, logos, icons, and so forth, visit each site individually. The most commonly used ones are listed in the preceding code. It is easy enough to add new ones; most sites have similar share links that can be built around the_permalink() and the_title(). And remember to use these on a per-post basis! Otherwise you ll just send your category or front page to Digg, and that will hardly work well. In fact, a nice place to put these links would be between the content and the comments. It makes sense to submit a link to your great content after reading it and then moving onward to the comments. In the next section we do just that and get to pimping the comments. 295
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Figure 15-2: The social bookmarking submit links, along with some other stuff from blogherald.com
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Pimping the Comments
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With the addition of threaded comments in the WordPress core, and the excellent CSS styling options that are now available, as well as the ever-present Gravatar (gravatar.com) support, one would wonder how it is possible to pimp the comments Simple: either by filling them with additional functionality using plugins, or by moving them from WordPress altogether. The former solution can mean anything from user grading of the comments to fetching the buzz from Twitter, while the latter means that you ll rely on a third-party service for managing your comments.
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Part V: WordPress Toolbox
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See 11 for a whole bunch of plugins that make your in-house comments hotter, and a few that help you manage logins and the like. This section will deal with the rest.
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Hosted Comment Solutions
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Hosted comment solutions mean that you leave the complete comment solution to a third-party service, not rely on the WordPress comment functionality. There are two players in this arena, Disqus (disqus.com) and IntenseDebate (www.intensedebate.com). The former has seniority, but the latter is owned by Automattic, which makes it a tempting choice to anyone loving WordPress. Both of them have their pros and cons function-wise, and both are being actively developed. To start using either Disqus or IntenseDebate you download a plugin for WordPress and take it from there. It is easy to get started, although localization has proven to be something of an issue for some, as well as customizing of the styling. That being said, getting started with either Disqus or IntenseDebate is a breeze. Incidentally, you can add these services to static sites as well, giving any site a commenting functionality. That s pretty cool, actually. My main gripe with the concept of hosted comments, however, is the fact that you re basically giving content to someone else to maintain. That means that if your comment service of choice breaks down or goes out of business, you re stuck with no comments at all. Granted, these days there are backup solutions, but it just doesn t feel safe. Comments may be mostly the words of your readers and as such it is not your content, but at the same time it is, since the discussion is a part of your site. With that in mind, would you risk losing that content, even if it is just for the time your hosted comment provider is experiencing downtime or other issues Other possible issues include downtime and added clutter because chances are that the comment solution won t fit seamlessly with your smashing design. Also, problems experienced by the commenting system s host will hit your site as well. That s not good. However, there are some great advantages here too. First of all, spamming is taken care of on a wider scale, and that has its advantages. Both comment systems also offer various login methods, reply by e-mail, RSS feeds, as well as Twitter integration and e-mail notifications. The scope of features you ll get out of the box from Disqus or IntenseDebate is something you d have to supercharge your WordPress comments with plugins to achieve. It is often said that sites using these systems get more comments, and that doesn t seem to be just the PR talk of the companies themselves. So with that in mind, if you are to use a service like this, which one should you pick I have no idea; they are pretty similar. Give them both a go and see which one fits your site better.
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