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boemboem
06-19-2009, 10:13 AM
Hi, I'm pretty new posting in this forum, however I did look on it for years :)

For this problem I tried a few things like a document.write action or getElementbyId etc, does anyone have ideas?

This is my problem.

I want to have a image as bookmarklet.

In IE, you have to right click on the image and "save as" favorite or "save as" favorite bar item.
http://www.twiturl.nl/docu/ie.jpg


In FF, you can drag the image to your bookmark bar, that's why people need to see the right image on every browser. When this works I will try to find a sollution for Opera too.
http://www.twiturl.nl/docu/ff.jpg

These pictures need to have the following link, When you hit the bookmarklet on the favoritesbar, the URL of a page will be copy/paste to my site.

This is a example from a other page, the pictures also.


javascript:document.write('<html><head><title>{$txt_short_url}</title></head><body><form name=\'urlform\' action=\'{$page_url}\' method=\'post\'><input type=\'hidden\' name=\'u\' value=\'' + window.location.href + '\' /><input type=\'hidden\' name=\'title\' value=\''+encodeURIComponent(document.title)+'\' /><input type=\'hidden\' name=\'twitter\' value=\'1\' /></form></body></html>');document.forms[0].submit();" title="{$txt_bookmark_me}" class="s6l_bookmarklet"><img src="../default/image/slepen.png" width="171" height="44" border="0" />

This must be placed in a div for positioning. I hope someone can help me with this.