Uppity: An 'up' button for the web

2004-12-26 10:44 - Bookmarklets

Many moons ago when I switched from IE to Firefox, one thing I missed was the great up button in the google toolbar. I simply lived without it for a long time.

Then, one day, I discovered the wonderful Up bookmarklet. It was very simple, but it got the job done! It's enhanced my browsing by quite a bit. But it was not enough! So I created my own. I've taken the wonderful '.' and '..' tricks from it and added a bit more. It does the following:

Isn't that fantastic?!

Uppity

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