Most blogging platforms have a way to insert the posts permanent URL.  Maybe
look into that?

On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 4:06 AM, Bjoern <> wrote:

> I was interested to read about the way Tweetmeme sets up it's retweet
> button:
> I also want to create a pure javascript Twitter service that people
> could integrate into their web site. It also needs to know the URL of
> the site it is sitting on, so that people can tweet through it, and it
> can find the respective tweets.
> The problem is that for example with a typical Wordpress blog, an
> article (containing the script) would appear on multiple sites, so URL
> autodetection doesn't seem like a good option. Even specifying the URL
> beforehand seems less than ideal, because blog writers won't
> necessarily know the URL of an article before they submit it. So they
> would have to submit the article and then go back and
> I suppose Tweetmeme gets around this by providing a Wordpress plugin,
> but that would be overkill for me atm (though conceivable for the
> future).
> Just wondering if there are any other ideas out there to approach the
> problem?
> Björn

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