‘short link to any text’TLDRify
Note: Though the Firefox extension appears to be unavailable, the bookmarklet version does work.
an internet ‘highlighter’Gloss – For Reading Online
testing bookmarkletBreakpointTester - Test Your Responsive Design By Breakpoints, Not By Device Width
faster and easier?BeeLine Reader :: Read Faster on Mobile Devices and Computers
finds unused CSS stylesCSSess
CSSess is a JS tool that helps find extra CSS rules on your site. It is designed to be used as a bookmarklet.
responsiveness testerViewport resizer - responsive design bookmarklet
'cool bookmarklet' makerBookmarklet Combiner (info)
nifty bookmarkletResponsive Design Test
'a way to stop hoarding'Instapaper Placebo
'cool and simple idea'Responsive Design bookmarklet
'e-book maker'dotEPUB — download any webpage as an e-book
'track down' images?¿ src-img
Firefox 7 kills 'window.resizeTo()'
Among my most useful bookmarklets are those I use to resize my main browser window. With Firefox 7, they no longer work. Some config changes made them work again, but only temporarily. This does not necessarily benefit the user. In some cases, it interrupts one's workflow.
Others have noticed the problem as well:
I don't like it when a site attempts to resize my window and never revisit such sites. But as a user, I want the freedom to quickly resize my own window to various specific sizes as needed and this change in Firefox 7 stops me from doing so – not a good decision in my opinion.
Fries with that big iMac?iMcDonalds - A bookmarklet that turns the Apple Store into a McDonalds.
'share your ideas' (bookmarklet)MarkUp
Draw on any webpage with MarkUp to quickly share your thoughts.
the 'command line' approachQuix - Your Bookmarklets, On Steroids
'look smart'Spell and Grammar Check Bookmarklet
selector 'discovery' bookmarkletSelectorGadget: point and click CSS selectors
'assistive tools''Design' bookmarklet
useful toolsWeb Development Bookmarklets
useful for designersWeb Development Bookmarklets
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