As most experienced HTML writers know, any place a regular URL appears (such as
<a href="http://www.regularurl.com/">linky</a>), the URL can be replaced by what's called a
When put into practice with an
the link must
have quotes ("), less than signs (<) and greater than signs (>) replaced with character entities. The resulting HTML looks
without changing the existing page.
Here are some of the favelets that I have created for my own use. Add them to your Favorites list by right clicking on them and selecting "Add to Favorites" (or "Bookmark This Link" or whatever your browser uses). Later on, you can execute them easily by selecting them from your Favorites.
|View Divs||Creates a thin red border around every
|View Tables||Creates a thin blue border around every
|Edit Page||More fun than it is useful. Allows you to edit the contents of an HTML page. Works in Internet Explorer only. Changes made to the page are not saved.|
|Display Properties of Object||Displays all of the properties of a given object (for example,