Improve Readability of Web pages
While writing articles and news online, a lot of sites pay very little attention to the readability of their text, format and display. Instead, reader is attracted to other interface elements like ads, and widgets, which tend to make the content seem less important while it might be very useful.
So what to do to improve pages readability?
Readability: This is a must have bookmarklet for everyone. Readability is an experiment of Arc90 which helps to reduce distractions on webpages. It provides a formatting like newspapers or eBooks. The customization of the formatted page can be done at Readability page.
Spreeder: A kind of service that helps you learn speed reading. The idea behind is to disregard anything that less important and process only what is necessary. It can be installed in Opera browsers with simple instructions and
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Capture Screenshots: kwout helps you to capture %20b.offsetHeight)h=b.scrollHeight;else%20h=b.offsetHeight;w.open(‘http://kwout.com/grab?address=’+encodeURIComponent(location.href)+’&scroll;=’+(y/h));})();” id=”aptureLink_Sv6IyjV4u4″>screenshots of webpages directly from browsers. Cropping and further customizations can be done after screenshots. It also allows sharing the screenshots with social networking sites like twitter, Facebook and MySpace.
Show passwords: The password stored in a browser can be viewed with this bookmarklet. Helps when you forgot the password in-between while entering.
Toread: is a web service that allows you to “bookmark” or email yourself web pages with the single click of browser bookmarklet. While doing so, they protect your personal data from any other third party
PdfDownload: Allows to download web pages in .pdf format. This bookmaklet helps when you want to send complete page in mail or read it later on.
DeliciousTalk: The handy bookmarklet which displays how many people liked an article and saved it for future reference. Also, what tags others used for reference.
Sitonomy: A complete guide of the site you are looking at! This will help you know which technologies are used on a particular site. You’ll know about the site’s advertising partners, their web stats program, what web server are they running and more.
Adblock: The Firefox extension helps you to keep away ads from any page. Find more ate Adblock site.
What bookmarklets have stood the test of time on your own toolbar? Share your links in the comments.