From: Ian Hickson (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 08 2002 - 21:25:11 BST
On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Jim Dabell wrote:
> > As an example, I've been trying to write a bookmarklet at the moment
> > which allows you to drag-select a blog entry you have just written and
> > pingback all the links in the selection with one click of the mouse. The
> > bookmarklet opens all of the links in your selection in invisible
> > iFrames, checks them all for <link> tags, loads in the XML document for
> > each one, checks through /that/ for a <interface type="get"> bit and uses
> > the information in there to send a pingback via the query string method.
> > Et voila! A bookmarklet client for anyone using a DOM compatible browser.
> Novel approach. This would work for general web authoring quite well, as
> long as you kept track of the ones you'd already sent notifications to.
With my client proxy (as opposed to the server proxies) you can do this
without your bookmarklet having to know anything about XML or RPC.
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