Get the web thinking about developing for the web using open standards and open source technologies by showering them with material promoting the Mozilla Developer Network! Wallpapers, stickers, posters, animations, website badges, MySpace thingies, you name it, link to it from here.
The Promote MDN plugin for WordPress blogs is available to help people who blog about Web technologies or Mozilla-related products both promote their own blogs as well as MDN itself. It works in two ways:
- A special "Notify Mozilla of this post" checkbox is added to post editing pages; this option sends an email to the PR and MDN teams at Mozilla, so we can, if appropriate, mention your blog post in promotional material, tweet about it, and so forth. Checking this box doesn't guarantee a mention, but it will certainly call it to the attention of the right people!
The embed code won't work yet, as it hasn't been pushed to production yet. Please check back in a couple of days.
The recommended way to autmatically link keywords to MDN pages in the Promote MDN wordpress plugin given above, but in case if your site/blog is not running on Wordpress, you can use the below embed code that should work with any website.
What this embed code does is exactly the same as the above wordpress plugin - it will convert keywords in your site content into links to relevant documentation on MDN. You can configure the maximum number of keywords you want to make into links per page. The default number given is 3. Feel free to change it as suits you!
All you need to do is to just embed the following code, right before the closing
If for some reason, you would like to host the embed code on your server itself, you could just download it here and host it in your website and change the link in the above embed ccode yourself.
Web site banner images
If you'd like to link to MDN from your web site using a promotional image, we have a number of them to choose from:
Feel free to use these on your web site to link to MDN!
First designed at the 2006 Firefox Developer's Summit by Sean Martell based on an idea from Chris Beard, this graphic became a smash hit at the SXSW conference in 2007. Now available as a desktop wallpaper in a variety of sizes: