Javascript Link Distinguisher (JLD)

I made this user script for Tampermonkey/Greasemonkey back in 2016. Browsers don’t distinguish between simple links to an URL and links that contain javascript. All links use the same style. It can be confusing for a user. This script is an attempt to reduce user confusion when browsing the web.

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How to Motivate Yourself to Clean Your Bookmarks? Use My Extension!

How many bookmarks do you have? Many? Do you feel a need to constantly bookmark every single page with a though that you’ll “get back to it later”?

Perhaps you suffer from a chronic bookmarkitis!

Don’t laugh. I’m super cereal about this.

The digital age comes with many silly little kinks that are not easy to overcome and this is one of them.

So how can you motivate yourself to clean your bookmarks?

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How to Embed Twine on Your WordPress Website with Responsive IFRAME and Autoscroll

I’ve described my previous approach in How to Embed Twine on Your WordPress Website. It works but not in Firefox (I had to implement fallback to a fixed height). And the height of the parent page remains the same instead of changing with each Twine passage. Nevertheless, my first Twine embed tutorial provides basic pointers so I’d recommend checking it out before reading further.

If you want to just embed your Twine story without any coding, try it out my WordPress plugin Embed Twine.

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