browsers. It provides a set of interoperable tools for annotating content in
webpages. For a simple demonstration, visit the Annotator home page or
download a tagged release of Annotator from the releases page and open
Components within Annotator provide:
- user interface: components to create, edit, and display annotations in a browser.
- persistence: storage components help you save your annotations to a remote server.
- authorization and identity: integrate Annotator with your application's login and permissions systems.
- rich metadata: the
annotator.ext.documentmodule sniffs the page on which annotations are being made for document metadata (such as that provided by Dublin Core tags or the Facebook Open Graph) that allows you to enrich the presentation of these annotations.
Writing a module
See Module development.
Reporting a bug
Please report bugs using the GitHub issue tracker. Please be sure to use the search facility to see if anyone else has reported the same bug -- don't submit duplicates.
Please endeavour to follow good practice for reporting bugs when you submit an issue.
Lastly, if you need support or have a question about Annotator, please do not use the issue tracker. Instead, you are encouraged to email the mailing list.
The Annotator project has a mailing list,
annotator-dev, which you're
encouraged to use for any questions and discussions. It is archived for easy
browsing and search at gmane.comp.web.annotator. We can also be found in
#annotator channel on Freenode.