Select a bracketed question mark ([?]) to display the code for a bookmarklet.* Days Left this Year [?] lets you know how long you can put off implementing this year's resolutions before having to make new ones for next year.
+ Days Left this Month [?] tells you how long before you have to pay those monthly bills again.
+ Week Number [?] tells you which week of the year we are currently in. January first is always in week number 1 even if it is not a full week. For week numbers based on other beginning points, please visit my Calendar Display page.
+ Day-of-the-Week [?] tells you which day a particular date falls on.
+ Object Properties [?] prompts for an object to display (ex: document.links) and opens a new window showing the properties of the chosen object.
+ Page Colors [?] allows you to change the background and text color on web sites where the text is difficult to read.
* Page(s) Freshness [?] displays the "last update" value for the page and any frames that it contains.
= Page Location(s) [?] tells you the location of the current page and any frames that it contains.
+ Page Locations(s) - selectable [?] tells the location(s) of the current page and its frames in a way that allows you to copy them to the clipboard.
* Send Location(s) by e-mail [?] opens your browser's e-mail window with the current page's title as the subject and the location as the message. If the page has frames, each frame's location is also listed.
* Duplicate Page(s) [?] opens a new browser window containing the current page. If the page has frames, a new window is opened for each frame.
* Split Frames into Windows [?] opens one new browser window for each frame on the page. Each new window will be the same size as the frame associated with it.
* Read Cookie for Site [?] displays any cookies that have been set by the site that you are visiting.
* Screen Size [?] tells you the inner, outer, and maximum size of your screen.
+ Escape [?], Escape - full hex [?], and Unescape [?] encode and decode those pesky URL strings with special characters in them.
+ Credit Card Verify [?] verifies MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and any others coded using the Luhn (mod-10) algorithm.
+ Dollars Format [?] converts a string of numbers to dollars-and-cents format by adding appropriate commas, trailing zeros, and a leading dollar ($) sign.
+ Local, GMT, Internet Time [?] displays the time on the local computer, the time in Greenwich England, and Internet time.
+ You may wish to convert Character to ASCII [?], ASCII to Character [?], Decimal to Hex [?], Hex to Decimal [?], Decimal to Octal [?], or Octal to Decimal [?].
+ Math students may appreciate my Prime Factors [?], Least Common Multiple [?], Greatest Common Factor [?], Reduce a Fraction [?], Add Fractions [?], Mean, Standard Deviation, and Variance [?], Factorial [?], Combinations/Permutations [?], Fibonacci [?], Least Squares Line [?], and Pascal [?] items.
+ Some web pages contain "web bugs" that report your information back to the page author without your knowledge. You may scan a page for web bugs with my Web Bug Scanner [?]. This page contains a sample web bug that does not report back anything; it is here only to show how the scanner works.
These web sites also have interesting bookmarklets: