These bookmarklets add to the simple Back and Forward navigation built into web browsers, and do other miscellaneous things.
(To keep bookmarklets in order to use them on other web pages, drag them to your Bookmarks Toolbar. Or, install them all at once.)
|up||Goes up a directory from the page you're viewing. Details|
|top||Goes to the top level of the site. Details|
|increment||Increases the last number in the URL by 1. Details|
|decrement||Decreases the last number in the URL by 1. Details|
|make numbered list||Creates a list of URLs with each number looped through a range you specify. Details|
|go to referrer||Like clicking Back, but works even after opening a link in a new window. Details|
|back to first||Goes to the first page in this window's history. Details|
|add sidebar||Adds the page you're viewing as sidebar panel. Details|
|domain owner||Tells you who owns the domain of the page you're viewing. Details|
|edit page||Lets you edit the page. Details|
|view cookies||Shows the cookies stored by the page you're viewing. Details|
|transfer cookies||Creates a bookmarklet you can use to move cookies to another browser. Details|
|zap cookies||Removes cookies set by the site, including cookies with paths and domains. Details|
|babelfish||Translates from 11 languages (you choose the language) to English. Details|
|google translate||Translates from 5 languages (it guesses the language) to English. Details|
Browsers: is Internet Explorer for Windows, is Netscape 7 or Mozilla, is Netscape 4, and is Opera.
Goes up a directory from the page you're viewing.
For example, takes you from http://www.foo.com/bar/baz.html to http://www.foo.com/bar/ and then to http://www.foo.com/.
Goes to the top level of the site.
For example, takes you from http://www.foo.com/bar/baz.html to http://www.foo.com/.
Increases the last number in the URL by 1.
For example, takes you from http://foo.org/1/9.jpg to http://foo.org/1/10.jpg. Useful for navigating between numbered images or numbered pages.
Suggested by Brian Bober and Alan Horkan.
Decreases the last number in the URL by 1.
For example, takes you from http://foo.org/1/10.jpg to http://foo.org/1/09.jpg.
Creates a list of URLs with each number looped through a range you specify.
After you specify bounds for each number in the URL, it creates a list of links to URLs with the numbers changed.
Like clicking Back, but works even after opening a link in a new window.
Useful for getting from an image to the thumbnail gallery it was in if you have closed the thumbnail gallery.
Goes to the first page in this window's history.
Adds the page you're viewing as sidebar panel.
For example, you can put XUL Minesweeper in your sidebar.
Note: because of bug 27162, any links in the panel will load in the sidebar (replacing the panel) instead of in the main content area. To work around this problem, drag links into the main content area instead of clicking on them.
Tells you who owns the domain of the page you're viewing.
For example, if you use the bookmarklet while viewing www.linux.com, you'll find out that the linux.com domain is owned by VA Linux.
Only works for .com, .net, .org, and .edu domains.
Lets you edit the page.
Don't like a site's terms of service? Edit them*! You can use standard editing shortcuts like Ctrl+B for bold, Ctrl+C for copy, etc. You can also use Ctrl+K to turn text into a hyperlink.
* IANAL, but my guess is this wouldn't hold up in court.
Shows the cookies stored by the page you're viewing.
Opera bug: "/n" will be shown between each cookie, and the cookies will not be shown on separate lines.
Creates a bookmarklet you can use to move cookies to another browser.
Displays each cookie for the current site and gives you a bookmarklet that sets the same cookies. You can use the generated bookmarklet to transfer the cookies to another computer or another browser. Due to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, it is not possible to determine the domain of a cookie without changing its expiration date. As a result, this bookmarklet changes the expiration date of each cookie to about three years in the future as it tries to determine whether the cookie is set with the domain www.amazon.com, *.amazon.com, or *.com.
This bookmarklet is fragile in Netscape 4 because I had to squeeze it to work in Internet Explorer 6. In Netscape 4, it only works in some domains and often doesn't display the generated bookmarklet.
Removes cookies set by the site, including cookies with paths and domains.
Doesn't work at slashdot.org in Netscape 4. Slashdot is unusual in setting its cookie at the domain "slashdot.org" rather than ".slashdot.org".
Translates from 11 languages (you choose the language) to English.
Languages: Chinese (simplified or traditional), Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish.
Translates from 5 languages (it guesses the language) to English.
Languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian.
Based on Microcontentnews Google Translate.
© 2000-2007 Jesse Ruderman (firstname.lastname@example.org). Feedback is welcome.
Last modified August 14, 2004.