MyPage puts you in control of the current page: Remove, isolate, edit page items with keyboard control. On-screen print-preview emulation lets you see how the page will print while editing. (if you dug click2zap, try this out.)
- Click to select/deselect elements (can select multiple)
- Perform actions via keyboard (mouse over [?] in the top right corner)
- Remove selected element(s)
- Undo removal
- Isolate selected elements (removes everything else!)
- Print-Preview (won’t be 100% accurate, but it’s faster than native print-preview on any browser I’ve used, and you can even reverse it in IE, FF & Opera. This is perfect for adjusting pages for print)
- Widen last selected element (a selected table cell becomes a selected table row, etc.)
- Backwards (move selection to the previous element)
- Next (move selection to the next element)
- Deselect all
- Copy the last selected element (duplicate is placed directly after the original)
- Edit HTML (of the last selected element)
- Tested in FF1.0, Safari1.2 & Opera 8.5… and IE6!
- Inspired by the Aardvark Firefox extension. They now have a bookmarklet version, but I find it too buggy In Opera.
- uncompressed source available
By request, a step-by-step tutorial…
- Under the heading “Get It”, right-click and bookmark/add-to-favorites the link “MyPage” (or drag it to your bookmark bar in Chrome).
- Go to any web page.
- Click “MyPage” in your bookmarks/favorites.
- A red rectangle with a question mark will appear in the top right of the window. You can now select/deselect page elements with your mouse and use key commands to affect them. (In case you forget the key commands, mouse over the red question mark for a guide)
- When you’re done, hit [Esc] or reload the page or just go somewhere else.