Del.icio.us

Yesterday I went searching for a way to integrate my del.iciou.us links into the sidebar of the blog. Today I have a fully-implemented, successful solution: del.icio.us cached.

I wanted to use Eric Anderson’s Del.icio.us Integrator for WordPress, but I couldn’t get it to work properly. I kept getting the following error.

An error occurred while accessing your del.icio.us links. Please verify that your username and password are correct. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Only problem is, I made sure I confirmed my username & password, having del.icio.us email it to me. I also changed my password to no avail.

So, I’ve got Wasabi’s plugin up and running at the bottom of the sidebar and on a content page, for those who want to check in from a more central locale.

If you’re too old school for all that, just go to del.icio.us/mostlymuppet and see the full list.

Enjoy!

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  1. I have different way to integrate my Del.icio.us to the sidebar of my blog. I use the free service of FeedDigest.com. Just paste the XML file of Del.icio.us to FeedDigest.com and you will get a PHP code. By attaching the PHP code to your sidebar, you will get your Delicious link. It is easy.

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