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<p>
<em>BloggerTool is a Mozilla Extension which allows you to post a quotation on your personal website.</em>
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<h2>Configure</h2>

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When installed, you first have to edit the settings to define all the needed stuff of your blog :
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	<li><strong>Post cgi url</strong>: which CGI Mozilla has to call when you want to blog (<em>ie: http://www.myblog.org/post.php</em>)</li>

	<li><strong>Title var name</strong>: the name of the var binding the title of the post (<em>ie: title</em>)</li>

	<li><strong>Content var name</strong>: the name of the var binding the content of the post (<em>ie: content</em>)</li>

	<li>[[optional]] <strong>Custom vars</strong>: some additional vars needed by your script to allow a valid post (<em>ie: var1=foo&var2=bar</em>)</li>

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<h2>Use</h2>

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When surfing on the web, just select the text you want to quote. 
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Then right-clik on the page and choose <em>Quote with BloggerTool</em> in the context menu.
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You will first be prompted the title of the post. Then, if your settings are valid according to your personal web site, you'll be redirected - in a new window - on your blog form with some predefined field.
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The content of the post will be predefined with a XHTML code block like this :
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	<textarea wrap="virtual" rows="5" cols="70">
		<p>Seen on <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/">Mozilla Firefox - The Browser, Reloaded</a></p>
		<p><blockquote cite="http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/">Firefox is an award winning preview of next generation browsing technology from mozilla.org.</p></blockquote></p>
	</textarea>

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	Which will produce - depending on your CSS - a look and feel like that one :
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	<p>Seen on <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/">Mozilla Firefox - The Browser, Reloaded</a></p>
	<p><blockquote cite="http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/">Firefox is an award winning preview of next generation browsing technology from mozilla.org.</p></blockquote></p>

	

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