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How to add Bookmarklets to your iPad Browser

Page history last edited by Digicmb 9 years, 5 months ago

Adding Bookmarklets on iPad and iPhone

Bookmarklets for your iPad

There is simply no easy way to add bookmarklets to your iPad or iPhone. 

 

Thanks to Chris Bray http://static.chrisbray.com/bookmarklets/

Instructions:

I'll assume that you are running iPhone OS 3.0 or higher, and that you already know how to add and edit a Safari bookmark on your iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, but here's a quick recap anyway:

1. Add this page as a bookmark by tapping the "+"
2. Find the bookmarklet below that you want, and select and copy the Javascript to your clipboard.
3. Go to your bookmarks and edit the new bookmark. Edit the name and paste the Javascript in the field for the URL.
4. Done.

 

Bookmarklets:

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