One-click implementation of the New York Times open-source emphasis script which allows users to highlight and link to specific text within an article or post.
In their own words:
Emphasis provides dynamic paragraph-specific anchor links and
the ability to highlight text in a document, all of which is
made available in the URL hash so it can be emailed, bookmarked, or shared.
The plugin allows for permalinking and highlighting of text on a paragraph and sentence level. No need to set anything up. Just install, tap shift twice, and start highlighting.
See The New York Times for syntax more information on general usage.
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Install. That’s it. No settings. No fuss.
- How do I use it?
Once installed, simply navigate to any page and double tap shift to get activate the plugin. For a more detailed explanation, see The New York Times writeup.
Contributors & Developers
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- Removed unnecessary database call on page load
- Removed prototype support
- Default paragraph selector now works with most installs
- Updated Emphasis code to latest version
- Made jQuery the default build
- Updated source from community fork with bug fixes, better Internet Explorer compatibility
- Updated jQuery to port with performance improvements
- Ported to jQuery and added toggle under the readings settings page (default is native prototype build)
- Added support for SCRIPT_DEBUG (includes non-minified source)
- Moved action from init hook to wp_enqueue_script hook
- Initial release