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bookmarklet

A special type of Web browser bookmark that includes processing. Written in JavaScript, the bookmarklet is dragged from the website offering it to the user's favorites/bookmarks bar. When clicked, it performs some task such as opening up a search box that when filled out goes directly to the search engine of the site. For more information, visit www.bookmarklets.com. See bookmark and pinmarklet.
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With a goal of enabling experienced librarians to modify third-party systems beyond the practice of branding with color and logos, this guide introduces coding in JavaScript, CSS, jQuery, and bookmarklets from basic to advanced.
It covers working with Developer Tools, JavaScript basics and bookmarklets, advanced JavaScript, examples of modifications to online catalog display and interlibrary loan registration forms, basic and advanced jQuery methods, jQuery examples for holdings tables, getting data in and out of vendor tools, examples using AJAX, and helper scripts in PHP.
Bookmarklets--The Pocket bookmarklet works with virtually any browser.
Using easy to download add-ons and bookmarklets, these apps download and reformat links from your browser, e-mail, and Facebook or Twitter feed to a custom dashboard you can view on your home computer, smartphone, or tablet while commuting, sunbathing, etc.
This is where integration is important through plug-ins, bookmarklets (in Web browsers) or applications with built-in interconnections to other tools or services.
All of the sites listed offer link annotation/notes, RSS feeds based on tags and user names, the ability to make individual links private, and bookmarklets that allow users to add links to their libraries easily.
Bangelore, May 29 -- Google India labs has released transliteration bookmarklets that enables one to type in your language in any text box on any web site.
lt;p>Facebook is now blocking those so-called bookmarklets as well as any links from The Pirate Bay, said Peter Sunde, of The Pirate Bay.
He closes with commentary on bookmarklets and adds references about JavaScript, cascading style sheets and where to learn more.
Using bookmarklets, you can add bookmarks to your list and categorize them, access them from anywhere, and share them with others.
Bookmarklets are tiny bits of computer code that can be stored alongside all your other bookmarks.
There's a huge number of bookmarklets you can use,and information about how they work,at www.