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Link Code Insert: A GreaseMonkey UserScript

By • Jul 20th, 2009 • Category: Firefox, JavaScript, Scripts

GreaseMonkey

Link Code Insert inserts the HTML code for creating a link at the active element location when the user presses Ctrl+Alt+A. I use it a lot when I am writing a comment and want to add a link. Just select the text you want to link and the userscript will add the HTML code ‘<a href="">‘ before the selected text and a ‘</a>‘ after it.

Technically, this is a UserScript – and not a plugin. But I prefer to think of a userscript as a plugin of a plugin. So I guess it can be included in the Plugin Week.

Note: You must be using Firefox and must have installed GreaseMonkey for this script to work.

Download/Install the UserScript

Plugin Week 2

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5 Responses »

  1. Aery says:

    Well, its a nice tip for making hyperlinks on the fly but I generally refrain from using greasemonkey coz it makes my FF bulky and slower.

  2. So I guess thats the end of the plugin week. What did you learn this time?

  3. Aery says:

    good work Binny. Looking forward for more plugin weeks.

  4. blueshell says:

    Thanks for sharing this. It seems you seldom update your blog recently. Look forward to more plugin weeks.

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