Parameterized URL Alias Utility
Aliaser is a Chrome extension that provides multiple-parameter URL aliasing.
Currently in Chrome, you can create single-parameter aliases by customizing your Search Engines in settings. However, you can only use one '%s' parameter.
This extension provides similar functionality but with multiple '%s' parameters allowed in the URL. You can also use it for your single- and no-parameter aliases, of course.
The functionality is intuitive to those accustomed to using Firefox's bookmark aliases or Chrome's custom search engines. Set up your aliases in the popup box for use in the address bar. Use '%s' to denote any parameters in the aliased URL. For example set 'map' to be 'https://maps.google.com/maps?lci=%s&q=%s' in the Aliaser popup. Then type 'a ' followed by your alias and parameters to call the URL. So, for your new map alias, you would type 'a map bike 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy Mountain View CA' in the address bar to call up a google map of Google's headquarters with the bike layer applied, or 'a map transit_comp 7400 Sand Point Way NE Seattle WA' to call up a transit map of Cascade Bicycle Club in Seattle.
See the Github README for more particulars: https://github.com/sarahhagstrom/chrome-aliaser/blob/master/README.md