27 January 2005

XML Button Drop: Embedded information in XML button, placing it directly on site

This expands on the idea of embedding data in the XML button and quickly adding an external feed, XML button, or other object to a host.

FeedScout: New Flash Demo available

Ref It focuses on highlighting end-user tasks, rather than displaying the buttons. Others Also, they have shapes and code.

Drag and Drop

Keep those shapes in mind. These buttons would be "more neat" if someone could [while they were signed into their platform], to drag an XML-button [which includes content, and embedded data] from one site they are looking at, and simply paste it on their site.

How? Well, if the user is "already signed in" to their blog, then it would be nice if there was a feature that allowed the button to seamlessly added with an auto-addition to template. Think of the direct-confirmation feature that Technorati has with Blogger-sites: User's simply type in their password and claim a their blog through Technorati.

Users simply drag the button to the desired location; by the side, the platform offers an option to "confirm". User says, "Yes." And button [where they leave it] gets added without having to take the code through template.
This expands on the idea of embedding data in the XML button and quickly adding an external feed, XML button, or other object to a host.

FeedScout: New Flash Demo available

Ref It focuses on highlighting end-user tasks, rather than displaying the buttons. Others Also, they have shapes and code.

Drag and Drop

Keep those shapes in mind. These buttons would be "more neat" if someone could [while they were signed into their platform], to drag an XML-button [which includes content, and embedded data] from one site they are looking at, and simply paste it on their site.

How? Well, if the user is "already signed in" to their blog, then it would be nice if there was a feature that allowed the button to seamlessly added with an auto-addition to template. Think of the direct-confirmation feature that Technorati has with Blogger-sites: User's simply type in their password and claim a their blog through Technorati.

Users simply drag the button to the desired location; by the side, the platform offers an option to "confirm". User says, "Yes." And button [where they leave it] gets added without having to take the code through template.
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