Logo Home | Community | Developer's Paradise
User Groups | Site Tools | Site Information | Search
 Main Menu

Extend your Browser with our Definitions Bookmarklets

Client User Group
Write Once!
IE4, IE5, NS3, NS4
Cross-Browser DHTML, Utilities
Bookmarklets, ECMA-262

Sponsored Links
Developer's Paradise : Inside Technique :
Extend your Browser with our Definitions Bookmarklets
Submission by SiteExperts Staff

Go to the resource:
Extend your Browser with our Definitions Bookmarklets

Add to Assistant

Short Description
See how we enhance the browser with our cross-browser bookmarklets for looking up words.

Long Description
Bookmarklets are a wonderfully simple and powerful technique for enhancing your browser. Bookmarklets are created by adding small javascript links to your favorites menu or toolbar. Check out how we created three simple bookmarklets that can lookup words from your document.

Scott Isaacs
Date/ Version
Submission URL
Submission Date
Apr 13,1999
Last Update
Apr 13,1999

Discussion and Rate this Resource
Overall Rating: 4.2

Hairy_Scotsman on Feb 1, 2000 at 12:01:01 PMRating: 4
I'm putting up a rather technical and jargon-filled site for my father-in-law (an orthodontist) and this script will prove to be right up our alley.

's cool.
Chaz on Aug 10, 1999 at 7:28:42 AMRating: 2
This looks great but it doesn't want to work for my browser/OS.  I'm using IE 4.72 on an NT platform.  I'm going to mess around with the script and try to make it work.
sondergaard on Jun 17, 1999 at 11:32:14 PMRating: 5
SpamFish on Apr 23, 1999 at 9:32:58 PMRating: 5

I never knew I could do this! Visited from InsideDHTML and was amazed. I can now get rid of a background that doesn't work with the text. I wish I had this tool years ago! I plan on making my own scriptlets soon.

dolson on Apr 16, 1999 at 8:39:50 PMRating: 5
Very useful.

To rate and comment on a resource, you must first logon.

If you are not registered, please register yourself to become a member of the

User Name

Copyright © 1997-2008, LLC. All rights reserved.