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xxpertHacker

Do you ever open multiple links often? Do you have them bookmarked? What if I told you they can all be opened at once, but from a single bookmark. That's right, one click can result in opening 10 tabs with whatever bookmarks you wanted it to open.

Maybe this doesn't apply to you at all, but you still want to make life easier. Then you're still in the right place!

Introducing:

BookMarker

How to use:

  • Type a URL into the corresponding input field.
  • If you need to type more URLs, click the button labeled Another URL.
    • Repeat step 1
  • Press the button labeled Create new bookmark.

FAQ

Q: Why isn't it aesthetically pleasing?
A: I suck as CSS.

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tsana
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porijendel

It is much more convenient to use such bookmarks than to create them individually. It is a helpful tip for me because I am constantly confused by the large number of bookmarks and I can't find what I need. Bookmarks in the browser are a real salvation. Before, I did not know about their existence, and every time I was looking for the site I needed. By the way, I can tell you a little secret. There are sites on the Internet that contain valuable links to various topics. It is a kind of one big bookmark with many useful links. For example, I was looking at http://www.arnoldwoolley.com/useful_links.htm, where I found adventures and resources for older people and their families.

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Coder100

Here's a tip: you should minify the bookmarklet code so it's one line, and put it in a closure:

(function(){[...].forEach(i=>open(...))})()
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xxpertHacker

@Coder100 Why would I put an anonymous object inside an anonymous function? You know, I did think this out, after all.

Anyways, don't you mean
open(i), not open(...)?

Bonus, since this is actually a string, I can just use .replace(/\s/g, "").

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Coder100

The ... is for you to fill out :p
The anonymous function is just a bookmarklet standard @StudentFires

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xxpertHacker

@Coder100

The ... is for you to fill out :p

Oh, in that case, I filled it out for you.

The anonymous function is just a bookmarklet standard

So, since when did I care about a standard? It just calls the JavaScript interpreter, so it doesn't matter.

I didn't find this in the ECMAScript standard anywhere.

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Coder100

Ok whatever you want @StudentFires

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tsana

Nice