Vine Type Content Management with Standards in Mind

16 Oct 2006

$_ma.gnolia

As of January 30, 2009, Ma.gnolia.com has been out of commission with no stated date to return. The functionality remains in Vine Type in the hopes that this useful bookmarking service will one day return.

variable
  • $_ma.gnolia_a
  • ...through...
  • $_ma.gnolia_z
applicable sections
  • html
description

Place this variable at the location in the html element where you want your Ma.gnolia bookmarks to appear.

associated vinetype.config variables
example
$ma.gnolia_get_a:4  
$ma.gnolia_tag_a:ipod

These two variables would define the Ma.gnolia bookmark set "a". To display the bookmarks from set a on your web page, place the associated template variable in your template file.

$_ma.gnolia_a
notes
  • Both private and public bookmarks will be returned.

  • If you request fewer bookmarks than match your tag(s) the list will contain the most recent entries

  • The maximum number of bookmarks to request is 100.

  • To request recent bookmarks, regardless of their tags, use the special value "all-recent" (without the quotes) in the $ma.gnolia_tags variable.

  • In order to access your Ma.gnolia bookmarks, you will need to also provide these two vinetype.config file entries:

sample generated xhtml
      <ul class="magnolia_a">
              <li><dl>
                    <dt>
                       <a href="http://www.dreamprojections.com/2006/10/01/importing-old-stories-into-the-new-blog.aspx#lastcomment" title="Alex Gorbatchev was tired of fighting with Community Server and wrote his own blog.  There is a problem, however, converting 650 blog posts into Markdown.">DreamProjections.com | Importing old stories into the new blog</a>
                    </dt>
                    <dd class="image">

                       <a href="http://www.dreamprojections.com/2006/10/01/importing-old-stories-into-the-new-blog.aspx#lastcomment" title="DreamProjections.com | Importing old stories into the new blog">
                          <img src="http://scst.srv.girafa.com/srv/i?i=sc010159&amp;r=dreamprojections.com/2006/10/01/importing-old-stories-into-the-new-blog.aspx&amp;s=7d7bb007aedda02b" alt="DreamProjections.com | Importing old stories into the new blog" height="75" width="100" />
                       </a>
                    </dd>
                    <dd class="desc">Alex Gorbatchev was tired of fighting with Community Server and wrote his own blog.  There is a problem, however, converting 650 blog posts into Markdown.</dd>
                 </dl></li>
              <li><dl>
                    <dt>
                       <a href="http://codebetter.com/blogs/rodpaddock/archive/2006/10/09/Rad-in-the-Time-Of-Agile-Development.aspx" title="Rod Paddock says Agile coding is just this year's buzzword for Rapid Application Design developed in the 1980s but no matter what the name, getting software into the users hands quickly is good.">RodMan's Corner | RAD in the Time Of Agile Development</a>
                    </dt>
                    <dd class="image">
                       <a href="http://codebetter.com/blogs/rodpaddock/archive/2006/10/09/Rad-in-the-Time-Of-Agile-Development.aspx" title="RodMan's Corner | RAD in the Time Of Agile Development">
                          <img src="http://scst.srv.girafa.com/srv/i?i=sc010159&amp;r=codebetter.com/blogs/rodpaddock/archive/2006/10/09/Rad-in-the-Time-Of-Agile-Development.aspx&amp;s=3b23928a7242e618" alt="RodMan's Corner | RAD in the Time Of Agile Development" height="75" width="100" />
                       </a>
                    </dd>
                    <dd class="desc">Rod Paddock says Agile coding is just this year's buzzword for Rapid Application Design developed in the 1980s but no matter what the name, getting software into the users hands quickly is good.</dd>
                 </dl></li>
              <li><dl>
                    <dt>
                       <a href="http://haacked.com/archive/2006/10/06/Rolling_Your_Own_Blog_Engine.aspx" title="Phil says coding your own blog engine may seem simple but there are many features in modern open source blog engines that take time and have already been written for you, so why reinvent the kitchen sink?">You've been Haacked! | Rolling Your Own Blog Engine</a>
                    </dt>
                    <dd class="image">
                       <a href="http://haacked.com/archive/2006/10/06/Rolling_Your_Own_Blog_Engine.aspx" title="You've been Haacked! | Rolling Your Own Blog Engine">
                          <img src="http://scst.srv.girafa.com/srv/i?i=sc010159&amp;r=haacked.com/archive/2006/10/06/Rolling_Your_Own_Blog_Engine.aspx&amp;s=e8998e6c49d6f633" alt="You've been Haacked! | Rolling Your Own Blog Engine" height="75" width="100" />
                       </a>
                    </dd>
                    <dd class="desc">Phil says coding your own blog engine may seem simple but there are many features in modern open source blog engines that take time and have already been written for you, so why reinvent the kitchen sink?</dd>
                 </dl></li>
              <li><dl>
                    <dt>
                       <a href="http://godbit.com/article/your-pastor-needs-a-blog" title="Justin Thorp writes that pastors need to blog as a means of creating a concrete way of having a conversation with the members of the congregation.">Godbit Project | Your Pastor Needs A Blog</a>
                    </dt>
                    <dd class="image">
                       <a href="http://godbit.com/article/your-pastor-needs-a-blog" title="Godbit Project | Your Pastor Needs A Blog">
                          <img src="http://scst.srv.girafa.com/srv/i?i=sc010159&amp;r=godbit.com/article/your-pastor-needs-a-blog&amp;s=e09d2db7df882988" alt="Godbit Project | Your Pastor Needs A Blog" height="75" width="100" />
                       </a>
                    </dd>
                    <dd class="desc">Justin Thorp writes that pastors need to blog as a means of creating a concrete way of having a conversation with the members of the congregation.</dd>
                 </dl></li>
              <li><dl>
                    <dt>
                       <a href="http://groups.msn.com/windowslivewriter/generaltopics.msnw?action=get_message&amp;mview=0&amp;ID_Message=894&amp;all_topics=0" title="Microsoft Employee Joe Cheng says XHTML compliance for Windows Live Writer is a nice goal but not a priority.">Windows Live Writer | XHTML Compliance</a>
                    </dt>
                    <dd class="image">
                       <a href="http://groups.msn.com/windowslivewriter/generaltopics.msnw?action=get_message&amp;mview=0&amp;ID_Message=894&amp;all_topics=0" title="Windows Live Writer | XHTML Compliance">
                          <img src="http://scst.srv.girafa.com/srv/i?i=sc010159&amp;r=groups.msn.com/windowslivewriter/generaltopics.msnw&amp;s=a07bc62cc96f5834" alt="Windows Live Writer | XHTML Compliance" height="75" width="100" />
                       </a>
                    </dd>
                    <dd class="desc">Microsoft Employee Joe Cheng says XHTML compliance for Windows Live Writer is a nice goal but not a priority.</dd>
                 </dl></li>
           </ul>

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