Evernote Site Memory tagger for WordPress
Evernote introduced Site Memory today, providing an easy way to help people clip to Evernote from your site while maintaining control over how your content appears and is attributed. While some instructions are provided for WordPress, some of us will obviously want to customize things a little further.
Brett Kelly posted a quick PHP script on the Evernote WordPress docs to include the first three tags from your post as suggested tags in the clipper. I wanted to weight these, though, so here’s my version…
It first checks for a custom field called “evernoteTags,” so you can override the whole thing by specifying up to three tags in a custom field in the post editor. The tags should be separated by commas, spaces aren’t important: “tag1,tag2,tag3”, no quotes. Moving on…
The rest of the code grabs all of the tags for the post and their use counts on your site, sorts by the use count and outputs the tag names. Pretty simple.