Requires at least: WordPress 3.6, Genesis 2.0
With the demise of Delicious I wanted to move to a self-hosted solution I could control and change how I saw fit. Stephanie Leary had developed Twenty Links which I thought was pretty close, however there were some things I wanted to change and add. The Tasty child theme is the result of that.
Full link management, custom bookmarklet, duplicate link checking, and tag auto complete are just some of the featured included.
It's important to note this theme is meant to stand alone. It should not be dropped into an existing site but rather should be setup with a WordPress install that will be dedicated to housing your bookmarks. Because of this I chose to wrap everything in the theme and there are no plugins needed for this.
With some work, the functionality could be pulled and developed into a plugin which could then be used on a normal WordPress install, however since I have 2,000+ bookmarks I wanted to keep everything seperate in its own install.
This theme requires the Genesis Framework.
Suggested plugins to use with Tasty
- Tag chaining
(Pull requests welcome!)
- Activate Tasty
- Place the Archives and Query Multiple Taxonomies widgets in the sidebar
- Go to Tools > Available Tools and drag the Press This bookmarket to your browser
- Start bookmarking!
- Complete rewrite
- Now uses Genesis 2.0
- Cleaner code - yay
- Initial release on GitHub, pull request encouraged.