How To: Copy Text as HTML Link From Web Pages
There are no default features available in any browser to Copy Text as HTML Link From a Web Page.But if you are a blogger or webmaster you certainly need to copy and paste links and texts from around the web to include in your post or page. If you are doing it manually, you know how tiring it is. You need to copy the text first and then add the web page link manually using anchor (<A> </A>) Tag.
Copy As HTML Link – Firefox Add-on.
This is one of the most useful add-on available for Firefox to copy the text as HTML link from any web page.Copy As HTML Link does exactly what its name reflects.
The add-on has two useful features
1. Copy Text as HTML Link
Creates an HTML link to the current page using the selected text and copies it into the clipboard. You can paste this to the post or page you want to add the text as well as the link.
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The copied text will be converted to an HTML link. See the HTML source below.
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2. Copy any link with text
This is another interesting feature.Right-click on any link (without having to select it, which can be very difficult), select Copy as HTML Link, and you’ll actually copy the link text with the link destination together as an HTML link.
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Copy As HTML Link Firefox add-on is really a time saver as well as helps to avoid manual creation of HTML links for text by allowing you to copy HTML links on the fly.
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