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these Bookmarklets allow data to be extracted from a webpage
 


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   Bookmarklet: Page Freshness? Works on Frames? - No
Description:
When you're surfing and you want to know how old a page is, select this bookmarklet to see the date of last modification.
Note: Servers and/or browsers which aren't configured to accurately reflect the last modified date may sometimes return values which are obviously impossible (e.g. - Jan 1, 1970).
More: There is a version for frames. Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

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   Bookmarklet: List Email Links Works on Frames? - No
Description:
Many pages have a link which lets you mail the webpage author, but the link might be called something like "feedback" or "write me" and buried among the other links on the page, so it can be hard to find. This lists all the email addresses you could have reached by clicking on all the links on the page.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

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   Bookmarklet: Number of Links Works on Frames? - No
Description:
Gives the number of links on the webpage (including image links).
More: There is a version for frames. Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

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   Bookmarklet: List All Links Works on Frames? - No
Description:
Creates a new page with just the links (the URLs) that appear in whichever page you are viewing. You can save the newly created page by choosing "Save As..." from the File menu.
Note: This page is unusual because it has mainly JavaScript URLs - if you test this here the result will look unusual (some won't display correctly)! To test this bookmarklet, try a more typical test page.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

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   Bookmarklet: Display Images Works on Frames? - No
Description:
Displays all the images on the page in a centered column.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

E4    Bookmarklet: Find Phone Numbers Works on Frames? - Yes
Description:
This finds all the (U.S. style) phone numbers on the page and displays them with a small amount of context. The bookmarklet handles phone numbers with or without area codes, and can detect the usual forms such as (212) 555-9854 and 212-555-7632, as well as less common forms such as 212/555-8743 and 212.555.6521. It will not find phone numbers represented by images or letters. Sometimes it finds things which aren't phone numbers (such as copyright notices). Note: In a framed webpage, all pages must be from the same domain as the domain in the Address box or you will get an "access denied" message.
Platform notes: Doesn't work for Explorer on Macintosh or Unix.
  Last updated - June 26, 1999

N4    Bookmarklet: Document Size in Windowfulls Works on Frames? - No
Description:
This gives a quick sense of the "size" of a webpage (like the way we can tell how "long" a book will be by its thickness). It reports the approximate ratio between document area and window area (the number of "windowfulls" of the document). Useful on longer pages.
Tip:This roughly gives the number of times that you have to tap the "Space" bar to descend through the document.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

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   Bookmarklet: Send Location Works on Frames? - Yes
Description:
This makes it easy to send the location of the current page to someone (without sending the whole page). If you are using Netscape Messenger or Outlook Express for email, this bookmarklet will open a mail window with the location recorded in the message body. To test it, send a message to yourself.
Note: For Internet Explorer, this bookmarklet is redundant since this is already a built-in function (it's "Link by Email", under File >> Send).
  Last updated - Mar. 28, 1999

N4    Bookmarklet: Send Selected Text (Netscape version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
Keep this bookmarklet, then select some text on a webpage. If you are using Netscape Messenger for email then when you trigger the bookmarklet the selected text will be fed into the message body of a new mail window, so you can quickly send the selected text to someone (without sending the whole page.) To test it, send a message to yourself.
  Last updated - Mar. 28, 1999

E4    Bookmarklet: Send Selected Text (Explorer version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
Keep this bookmarklet, then select some text on a webpage. If you are using Outlook Express for email then when you trigger the bookmarklet the selected text will be fed into the message body of a new mail window, so you can quickly send the selected text to someone (without sending the whole page.) To test it, send a message to yourself.
Platform notes: Doesn't work for Explorer on Macintosh.
  Last updated - Mar. 28, 1999

N4    Bookmarklet: Make Page with Selection (Netscape version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, select text on a webpage by dragging across it and then choose the bookmarklet. The result is a new webpage which just contains the selected text (no HTML formatting). You can then save this data by choosing "Save As..." from the File menu.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

E4    Bookmarklet: Make Page with Selection (Explorer version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, select text on a webpage by dragging across it and then choose the bookmarklet. The result is a new webpage which just contains the selected text (no HTML formatting). You can then save this data by choosing "Save As..." from the File menu.
Platform notes: Doesn't work for Explorer on Macintosh.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

N4    Bookmarklet: Edit Copy of Selection (Netscape version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, if you select some text on a webpage and then the bookmarklet, a new window will open containing the text in a form box. You can then edit the text within the form box (perhaps in order to copy and paste it elsewhere.) If you select this bookmarklet without first selecting some text, the form box will open as an empty "notepad".
  Last updated - Apr. 1, 1999

E4    Bookmarklet: Edit Copy of Selection (Explorer version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, If you select some text on a webpage and then the bookmarklet, a new window will open containing the text in a form box. You can then edit the text within the form box (perhaps in order to copy and paste it elsewhere.) If you select this bookmarklet without first selecting some text, the form box will open as an empty "notepad".
Platform notes: Doesn't work for Explorer on Macintosh.
  Last updated - Apr. 1, 1999

N4    Bookmarklet: Number of Words in Selection (Netscape version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, select some text on a webpage. The bookmarklet counts the number of words in the selected text.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

E4    Bookmarklet: Number of Words in Selection (Explorer version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this bookmarklet, select some text on a webpage. This counts the number of words in the selected text.
Platform notes: Doesn't work for Explorer on Macintosh.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

N4    Bookmarklet: List Words in Selected Text (Netscape version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, select some text on a webpage by dragging across it. Then select the bookmarklet to get a list of all the words in your selection, grouped alphabetically, in the order they appear on the page (with repetitions). This can be used, for instance, to scan for inconsistent spellings.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

E4    Bookmarklet: List Words in Selected Text (Explorer version) Works on Frames? - No
Description:
After keeping this, select some text on a webpage by dragging across it. Then select the bookmarklet to get a list of all the words in your selection, grouped alphabetically, in the order they appear on the page (with repetitions). This can be used, for instance, to scan for inconsistent spellings.
Platform notes: Doesn't work for Explorer on Macintosh.
  Last updated - Dec. 14, 1998

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   Bookmarklet: Statusbar Shows URL Works on Frames? - Yes
Description:
Normally when you point at a link you can see the destination (the URL) in the statusbar at the bottom of your browser window. This can be useful when deciding whether or not to click on a link, but some sites use JavaScript to put some other message there instead. This bookmarklet restores the default behavior; when you point at a link you'll see the URL. (But this won't stop scrolling messages in the statusbar.)
Note: In a framed webpage, all pages must be from the same domain as the domain in the Location/Address box for this to work.
  Last updated - Apr. 1, 1999

To keep a bookmarklet...(so you can use it on other pages)
Point at bookmarklet link. Click right mouse button and choose "Add to Favorites".
OR
Drag the (blue) bookmarklet link into your Favorites (using View >> Explorer Bar). You can also drag the link up to your Favorites menu; when the menu opens, drag to whichever place you prefer.
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