Add A “Paste And Go” Hotkey To Google Chrome

March 19th, 2010

If you right-click the address bar in Google Chrome, you’ll get a pop-up menu that contains, among other things, a “Paste and go” option. This handy feature lets you paste a URL from the clipboard and navigate to it in one swift motion. However, Chrome doesn’t have a built-in keyboard shortcut for this feature. So […]

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How To Disable Google Realtime Search

December 14th, 2009

A week ago, Google introduced real-time search – a new feature that displays live updates from sites like Twitter and FriendFeed as part of the normal search results. Reactions were generally positive, but, as multiple users noted, there was one thing missing – an “off” button. You could pause the live updates, but not get […]

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Deframe – Greasemonkey Script That Removes Frames & Toolbars

December 10th, 2009

Deframe is a Greasemonkey script that can remove frames and toolbars from (almost) any website. For example, it can remove the StumbleUpon toolbar that’s displayed on all links, get rid of the bar, bust the frames that some link sharing sites use on outgoing links, and so on. Deframe supports most frame-based websites […]

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Auto-Highlight New Items With The Newslight UserScript

October 12th, 2009

Newslight is a Greasemonkey script that you can use to automatically highlight new posts, new blog comments, recent product listings or any other kind of new content that has been added to your favourite website(s) since you last visited. The way it works is simple : when you see a web page you’d like to […]

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AutoPagerize For Opera

July 23rd, 2009

AutoPagerize for Opera is a userscript that will automatically load the next page of a website inline when you reach the end of a page. This makes browsing paged search results or multi-page articles much more seamless as you don’t need to click “Next” all the time. The full version of the script supports hundreds […]

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“Search This Site” Bookmarklet For FireFox & Opera

October 7th, 2008

Some time ago I made a Firefox extension that would let you easily search any site you had open. The addon, while not hugely popular, has received some favorable comments and is still actively used by some. Today someone who identified hirself simply as nettrotter submitted a bookmarklet that does the same thing. The bookmarklet […]

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SEO For Opera

September 5th, 2008

During the last week I have ported (more or less) the famous SEO for Firefox addon to Opera. Now die-hard Opera fans can also enjoy it’s excellent market research capabilities and enhanced Google/Yahoo! search results 🙂 In case you’re not familiar with this outstanding SEO tool check out the “Features” section below. Download & Installation […]

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Search The Current Site – A Firefox Extension

December 1st, 2007

There are lots of search engine plugins for Firefox, and it’s easy to make a simple search plugin for your own site. That’s why it came as a bit of a surprise that I couldn’t find any search engine plugins for searching the currently open site. So I created one. Download it here.

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