PageZipper simplifies reading web pages

Posted: April 2, 2009 in science & technology
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PageZipper is one of these neat little programs that makes reading webpages easier, like TidyRead. While the latter extracts the main page content from the overall page clutter, PageZipper gathers multi-page content onto just one scrollable page. PageZipper allows for example to save you clicking the ‘next page’ button when reading a multi-page article; you can jump from image to image with a simple key command; it adjusts images to your browser window size and puts broken pages back together again.

A couple of minor drawbacks: it only works for English-language sites and does not function when page loading happens through Javascript. But: the PageZipper guys seem to be happy to tweak their applet – just send them the URL of the site that’s not working.

Installing the bookmark applet is easy: just go to the PageZipper site and drag the link to your bookmark toolbar (or install the Firefox extension).

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