hand-editing of URLs. Don't click on these links: instead, drag the
links into your toolbar.
I put these bookmarks in a sub-menu called "URL" that sits next to my
Bookmarks menu on the toolbar, as pictured to the right. You do that by
doing "Edit Bookmarks", making a new folder with these in it, then
dragging then dragging that folder to the toolbar.
[ up ]
If the URL contains a "?" search term, this will remove it. Otherwise,
it will take off the part of the URL after the last "/". So, when
executed successively, it will load the pages:
[ + ]
If the URL contains a number, this increments that number (being careful
to pad with the same number of leading zeros.) So, when executed
successively, it will load the pages:
[ - ]
If the URL contains a number, this decrements the number, as above.
pages try to
prevent you from copying or saving images; they do this by using CSS to
overlay a transparent "spaceball.gif" image over the main image, so your
copy/drag hits that instead. This bookmarklet extracts the real
image from the page and loads it into the window by itself.
If a Youtube URL doesn't work because you aren't logged in and the
content might be "inappropriate for some users", this bookmarklet will
show you the video anyway, and let you decide for yourself what the
weasel-word "appropriate" means.
Pops up a prompt dialog and searches Youtube for it, videos only, no
playlists. Saves a few clicks.
YouTube Toggle Wide Mode
Turns "Wide Mode" on or off on Youtube. In Wide Mode, the video is the
width of the window, and the "related videos" sidebar is below it.
Search for this image
Google Image search on images like the on you're looking at.
If the page has more than one image on it, it searches for the
Open this image
Find the largest image on the page, and open it. This is useful
on iOS when you're trying to copy an image, and you want to copy
the URL of the image itself rather than the URL of the enclosing
Find the RSS feed of this page and subscribe to it in your Feedly
account. If the page has more than one RSS feed on it, takes the
shortest of them (in an attempt to get the "posts" feed instead of
the "comments" feed.)
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