Bookmarklets change elements of a web page as well as change settings such as font color without having to reload the web page. Essentially, it allows the user to play with the elements of the current instance of the page and its appearance in a safer manner that does not change the source code of the site.
Bookmarklets are typically stored in your browser’s toolbar. Once you have navigated to a particular web page, you can click on your bookmarklet in order to perform such tasks like getting rid of the crufty sidebars of a web page and enlarge the text to make it easier to read, or for detecting the original language of the text of a web page and translating it into your own language.
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