Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Linking to World of Warcraft items from Blogger (Revisited)

Some time ago I wrote a simple piece of HTML/Javascript to produce item tooltips driven by Allakhazam. I'm pleased to retire this script in favor of some new code from Wowhead.

The simple instructions are here and are summarised below:

1). Add this piece of HTML code anywhere on your page:
<script src="http://www.wowhead.com/widgets/power.js"></script>

2). Add a regular HTML link to an item in Wowhead, example:
<a class="q5" href="http://www.wowhead.com/?item=19019">Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker</a>

14 comments:

Sellia said...

I still prefer the Allakhazam version since i can see them at work. =)

Dajay said...

First of all, great works !
Could you do the same with a non Gold-site like wowdigger or wowwiki ?

sylvanknave said...

QUestion: how do I use an images instead of the name of an Item? ty

Anonymous said...

How's the progress on the class-specific data coming? Will you be working on build data too? For instance, information on the most common builds for each spec would be awesome.

Anonymous said...

Where are the December realm stats? We are waiting badly :/

Anonymous said...

Excellent blog. Nice read for a stats-freak such as myself. Keep up the good work.

Could you include the percentage of people who have achieved the Justicar-title (Exalted AV, AB and WSG)?

Anonymous said...

First of all, I hope you delete that gold-selling link. That guy can shove it. Second, it's been almost three months since you said your class-specific reports would hopefully be up "next week." I have no problem with delays, but could you please post updates from time to time?

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Anonymous said...

Where are the new stats? We already have February... :(

Anonymous said...

The site, it's dead Jim!

Anonymous said...

Where are the new stats? Your site looks pretty dead...

Finster said...

Still gathering data? If not, how about making your source code available for your armory crawler?

wowblogger said...

Wowhead is a lot better and I use it on my blog as well.
samownall - World of Warcraft Blogger

Sorsis said...

Could you publish your tools what you use for datamining? I'm interested of making guild addon that would show for example profession skill levels of guild members etc.