Bookmarklets are simple pieces of JavaScript code that let you do more with your browser without having to install any add-ons or extension. Bookmarklets are saved and used as normal bookmarks.

Link to a Specific Part of a Web Page with CiteBite

Learn about a useful app that lets you link directly to any specific paragraph or line of text on a web page. Deep linking helps when the page is extremely long or cluttered with too many things.

Bookmarklet Adds a 3D Effect to Webpages

With the help of this bookmarklet, you can convert all the 2D images on a web page into 3D anaglyphs which appear three-dimensional when viewed through a pair of red-cyan 3D glasses.

Create Short URLs with the Bookmarklet

The bookmarklet will shorten links of the current web page using, the new Google URL shortener service without requiring the Google Toolbar or even Chrome.

Use Google Sidewiki without the Google Toolbar

This article describes how you can use Google Sidewiki without installing the Google Toolbar. You can add the Sidewiki bookmarklet to your web browser or your iPhone and read Sidewiki entries or annotations for any web page.

Know What People Are Saying about a Web Page

If you want to know what people are currently saying about any web page on the Internet, try any of the following bookmarklets. They load conversations from Twitter, Blogs, FriendFeed, Digg and other places.

Read Web Articles in a Beautiful & Distraction Free Environment

Distraction-free writing tools transform your cluttered browser in such a fashion that you can focus on writing. The new Readability bookmarklet brings the same concept to reading web pages - it formats web pages like a book or a novel on the fly.

Read Wall Street Journal Articles for Free

Learn how to read Wall Street Journal Online for free. You can read all premium news stories and subscriber only content including archives available on