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Defining a Favicon for a Bookmarklet - June 11th, 2022

Now that you know how to write a bookmarklet, how do you differentiate it from all your other bookmarks? A favicon, of course! Today, we're misusing the Netscape bookmarks file format to give a favicon to a bookmark that wouldn't normally have one, including this very website.

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An Acceptable Use for JavaScript - June 2nd, 2022

JavaScript is a heavily overused programming language. People seem to have it in their heads that it is a good way to construct a document as well as a good general-purpose programming language. I believe it is neither. I have kept my Web site JavaScript-less so far and I intend to do so far into the future. One thing JavaScript is good for, however, is for bookmarklets.

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Cross-Browser Deviation Annoyance of the Day - May 7th, 2022

Yesterday, before I put up my blog post, I decided to do a Web browser test to make sure the new post and the site as a whole looks passable on most browsers. It's something I do semi-regularly, and I usually don't run into many problems. Yesterday was different.

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