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Guide to Most Useful Bookmarklets for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.

Guide to Most Useful Bookmarklets for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.
Try some of the best and most useful bookmarklets for Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, IE, Opera and other web browsers. These bookmarklets help you do stuff without installing any add-ons. This guide will help you understand the advantages of bookmarklets over add-ons, how to install bookmarklets followed by a list of essential bookmarklets that should work across all popular browsers including Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, IE and Safari. Why Use Bookmarklet over Add-ons If you were to choose between a bookmarklet and a browser add-on, both offering similar functionality, here are a couple of reasons why you may want to go with bookmarklets: 1. 2. 3. 4. How to Install Bookmarklets If you are new here, the following video will help you understand how to install bookmarklets in your browser bookmarks toolbar – it’s as simple as dragging a link from the web page to the bookmarks region. The Best Bookmarklets for Web Browsers Part II: How to Organize & Sync Bookmarklets

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Firefox and other Browser Keyboard Shortcuts (Comparison Table) Comparison table of all builtin Keyboard and Mouse shortcuts as used in Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer (IE8), Opera, and Safari as used in Windows. Learning keyboard shortcuts is essential to getting the most out of your browser, whether you are or are not a power user. While this is mainly oriented to help relate Firefox shortcuts to or from other browswer, it is also probably the most complete list of shortcuts for each browser (only oriented to browser shortcuts). Keyboard and Mouse Shortcuts The Mac Cmd key ( ⌘ ) is generally same as the Windows Ctrl key.

ZAC Browser ZAC Browser (Zone for Autistic Children) is a web browser designed specifically for children and teenagers with autism and autism spectrum disorders such as Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) and PDD-NOS.[1] Because autistic children display characteristics such as impairments in social interaction, impairments in communication, restricted interests and repetitive behavior, the standard browser experience can often be overwhelming. The ZAC browser reduces the number of user interface controls and removes access to much of the Web in order to simplify the experience for autistic children. ZAC browser is available as a free download for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista.

Jesse's Bookmarklets Site Bookmarklets Bookmarklets are free tools to help with repetitive or otherwise impossible tasks in your web browser. To use a bookmarklet from this site on another web page: Bookmarklet categories: Search Bookmarklets.Search Engine Optimization Bookmarklets: search for backlinks, analyze search engine positions.Log Analysis Bookmarklets: analyze referer logs efficiently.Flash Bookmarklets: pause, rewind, and fast-forward Flash cartoons.Tipping Bookmarklet: send money to an e-mail address in a page.Color Bookmarklets: change all colors on a page at once.Keyword Bookmarklets for Scripters: type "jb document.body" to make document.body blink, etc.Site-specific Bookmarklets: fix annoyances on some sites I read.Bugzilla Bookmarklets: for people involved in the Mozilla project or other projects that track bugs using Bugzillas.Testing browsers: test features or stress limits of browsers. Other pages:

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100+ Useful Bookmarklets For Better Productivity In a nutshell, bookmarklets are small little applications you can place as browser’s bookmark bar and they each perform a specific function, depending on what they are coded for. Bookmarklets are usually written in Javascript and they are extremely easy to install/remove. Bookmarklets work in most common used browsers like Firefox, Opera and Safari but probably lesser support in Internet Explorer. In this article, we’ll show you some of the most useful bookmarklets for designers, developers or even if you are a net surfer, they might just come in handy. Installing a bookmarklet is simple – all you need to do is drag them to your bookmark toolbar, that’s all.

32 Indispensable Bookmarklets for Web Developers and Designers All of these bookmarklets/favelets will be useful to all web designers and developers, they are the quickest method for testing, analyzing and tweaking any web page. A Bookmarklet or Favelet is a small application tool, stored as the URL of a bookmark in a web browser or as a hyperlink on a web page. To use these bookmarklets you can drag and drop the links to your Bookmark Toolbar or right click and save link as, this way you will always have quick access to these great tools Layout Grid and Overlay Bookmarklets Bookmarklet Javascript Code (Copy and Paste) : javascript:void(d=document);void(el=d.getElementsByTagName('body'));void(el%5B0%5D.style.background='url(

How to Get Virtual Desktops in Windows Virtual desktops are very common in Unix/Linux distributions, letting you divide up your work and switch between multiple desktops — serving as a cheap alternative to having multiple monitors. You might not know there are many software programs out there that make this possible in Windows, and here we'll introduce some of the better options available. These could be useful for your Windows clients or Windows Servers, especially if you're used to the virtual desktop concept already. Dexpot Dexpot is a feature-rich virtual desktop manager that offers up to 20 virtual desktops. It's provided free for private use and is approximately $32 (or lower with multi-license discounts) for commercial use after a 30-day trial.

Get the bookmarklet - View Source Chart bookmarklet Install the bookmarklet in Chrome, Opera, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer The following video demonstrates the various installations of the bookmarklet using the Chrome browser. The PageEdit editor extension for Chrome is used in the "embed in page" portion of the demo. Note: iPad browsers are not currently displaying the video captions, so it may be more useful to view the video on a laptop or PC. 1. Copy one of the scripts below. 2.

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