Here you can find some info on how to use, configure, tweak and solve problems with your Shaarli.
For general info, read the README.
Note: This documentation is available online at https://shaarli.readthedocs.io/, and locally in the
doc/html/ directory of your Shaarli installation.
You can use this public demo instance of Shaarli. It runs the latest development version of Shaarli and is updated/reset daily.
- minimalist design (simple is beautiful)
- ATOM and RSS feeds
- paginated link list
- tag cloud
- picture wall: image and video thumbnails
- daily: newspaper-like daily digest
- daily RSS feed
- permalinks for easy reference
- links can be public or private
- extensible through plugins
Tag, view and search your links!
- add a custom title and description to archived links
- add tags to classify and search links
- features tag autocompletion, renaming, merging and deletion
- full-text and tag search
- dead-simple installation: drop the files, open the page
- links are stored in a file
- compact storage
- no database required
- easy backup: simply copy the datastore file
- import and export links as Netscape bookmarks
- Firefox bookmarlet to share links in one click
- support for mobile browsers
- easy page customization through HTML/CSS/RainTPL
- bruteforce-proof login form
- protected against XSRF and session cookie hijacking
- thumbnail generation for images and video services:
dailymotion, flickr, imageshack, imgur, vimeo, xkcd, youtube...
- lazy-loading with bLazy
- PubSubHubbub protocol support
- URL cleanup: automatic removal of
- discreet pop-up notification when a new release is available
Easily extensible by any client using the REST API exposed by Shaarli.
See the API documentation.
Though Shaarli is primarily a bookmarking application, it can serve other purposes (see Features):
- online notepad
- snippet archive
Shaarli community fork
This friendly fork is maintained by the Shaarli community at https://github.com/shaarli/Shaarli
The original project is currently unmaintained, and the developer has informed us that he would have no time to work on Shaarli in the near future. The Shaarli community has carried on the work to provide many patches for bug fixes and enhancements in this repository, and will keep maintaining the project for the foreseeable future, while keeping Shaarli simple and efficient.
If you'd like to help, please: - have a look at the open issues and pull requests - feel free to report bugs (feedback is much appreciated) - suggest new features and improvements to both code and documentation - propose solutions to existing problems - submit pull requests :-)