Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:11 am.
Modify the way a web page is displayed within the browser (e.g., change the font size, background color, etc.).
Extract data from a web page (e.g., hyperlinks, images, text, etc.).
Jump directly to a search engine, with the search term(s) input either from a new dialog box, or from a selection already made on a web page.
Submit the page to a validation service.
The following lines, when joined together to form a bookmarklet, will search PESWiki for the string currently highlighted in the browser, or else, if nothing is selected, it will display a dialog box form field in which to enter a search string. This bookmarklet works in Mozilla Firefox and Konqueror (Minitools):
This version works in Apple Computer's Safari web browser:
This version works in Internet Explorer:
To install the previous bookmarklet in Internet Explorer, follow these steps:
# Make sure the Links toolbar is visible (ensure View/Toolbars/Links is checked).
# In the Favorites menu, select Add to Favorties...
# Type "PESWiki" in the Name field.
# In the Create In box, select the Links folder. Click OK.
# Copy the text of the bookmarklet, above.
# Right-click on the new "PESWiki" link in the Links bar, and select Properties.
# Paste the bookmarklet text into the URL field. Click OK.
The following bookmarklets will give yoy simple tools that extend the surf and search capabilities of Netscape and Explorer web browsers at PESWik. The Bookmarklets are "free". Bookmarklets wlll work on all platforms (Windows, Macintosh, Unix,...) and you do not have have to download or install software to use Bookmarklets. The text to copy wiill appear as follows:
More Info About ...
"More Info About" is a available from bookmarklet.com. Instead of clicking on links, you can select some text from the webpage and quickly feed it into all of the search engines below no copying or pasting.
The search bookmarklets below will allow you to search PESWiki content, instead of clicking on links, select some text from the webpage and quickly feed it into all of the search engines below no copying or pasting.
: Search WebCrawler...
: Search Alta Vista...
: Search Lycos...
: Smart Browsing...
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Steve Kangas, Bookmarklets - free tools for power surfing
Slayeroffice.com Favlet Suite: by S.G. Chipman. Favlets for the web designer including Mouseover DOM Inspector, Color List, and HTML Attribute Viewer.
Jesse's Bookmarklets Site: by Jesse Ruderman. Contains various bookmarklets for different categories.
Favelets (by Tantek Çelik): Bookmarklets for a variety of, developer oriented, uses.
Philburns Bookmarklets: Contains bookmarklets on categories like Navigation, Searching, Checking Code Validity etc. Targeted at the Opera browser.
Samrod's Functional Bookmarks: Bookmarklets for all kinds of search engines, online services, and some powerful web development tools.
milov: Bookmarklets for web designers.
Favlets.com: A collection of useful bookmarklets, presented as a blog, with each bookmarklet as en entry allowing user comments.
Accessibility-checking favelets: Bookmarklets for web designers.
Andy Budd: Bookmarklets targeted at the Safari browser.
Svenska: A few search bookmarklets in Swedish.
Bookmarklets @ Wisdombay: A place which posts bookmarklets on a daily basis.
Blummy: Kind-of bookmarklet manager, integrates with a page and displays several bookmarklets.
Bookmarklet Generator: Automatically create "search" bookmarklets for any website with a search feature
The LibraryLookup Project: Automatically create a bookmarklet to look up books in your local library that you find on a bookseller's site (e.g. Amazon.com).
Bookmarklet compilation: A growing reference list of existing bookmarklets and tutorials on how to build them.