Bookmarks for WordPress

October 10, 2009

Recent Updates:

  • Added French translation
  • Added ability to turn SexyBookmarks on/off on a post by post basis
  • Added more stringent dashboard checks to prevent more conflicts
  • Fixed issue with the default URL shortener
  • Added B2L Shortener
  • Changed Twitter message from RT @username to (via @username)
  • Fixed problem with plugin adding Blog name to beginning of post titles when shared
  • Fixed problem with URLs breaking and returning error
  • Fixed bug causing Twittley default category not to hold it’s value


  1. Upload the extracted archive to ‘wp-content/plugins/’
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu
  3. Open the plugin settings page Settings -> SexyBookmarks
  4. Adjust settings to your liking
  5. Enjoy!

Disabling Per Post:

To disable the plugin on a specific post or page, simply add a new custom field to that post/page with the key “Hide SexyBookmarks” and the value “true”

Manual Usage:

As of v2.5 the menu can be inserted once anywhere within your site (even outside the loop) and it will still pull the appropriate data for the dynamic links

If you would like to insert the menu manually, simply choose “Manually insert” from the options page, then place the following code into your theme files where you want the menu to appear:

<?php if(function_exists('selfserv_sexy')) { selfserv_sexy(); } ?>

You can still configure the other options available when inserting manually and they will be passed to the function. This is for those of you who have requested to be able to place the menu anywhere you choose… Enjoy!