Widgets and Extensions
The LibraryThing Blog Widget
One style of widget in action
The LibraryThing Blog widget can be added to your blog, home page or any other HTML page, and shows things like:
Other LibraryThing Widgets
» LibraryThing Search Widget — Search your library from any web page.
» Graphical widget — Makes an image that can be posted on LiveJournal, MySpace and other sites that don't allow rich content.
» Email signature line — For email and other forums.
Put one of these small images (a "chiclet") on your blog, linking to your profile or catalog.
Paste this into your blog template:
The LibraryThing Bookmarklet
Browse Amazon, and when you find something you have or like, click on the LibraryThing bookmarklet and it will add it to your library.
How to add: Almost all browsers will allow you to drag the following link to your toolbar directly. If that doesn't work, right click and select "save bookmark" (or similar wording).
Drag or right click the following link: Add to LibraryThing.
Copy the following URL:
(Change "timspalding" to your member name)
LibraryThing Companion Chrome Extension
Search LibraryThing, add books, and view your latest catalog additions. Quick links let you jump to your profile, catalog, new comments, and talk forums.
Add-A-Book Chrome Extension
Add a book to your LibraryThing catalog on the fly, using the Google Chrome browser.» About the Add-a-Book Extension (with video)
AndreaMosaic, free PC software for making photo mosaics.
MacOSaiX, free Mac software for making mosaics.
The old design is no longer fully supported nor does it get full attention when we roll out new features. We strongly recommend using the new design.