Creates clickable heading markers next to the scrollbar.
This extension creates clickable markers for all the headings of a webpage and places them proportionately next to the scrollbar.
The markers enable you to jump between different sections of the page and help to quickly find what you are looking for. They are especially useful when navigating long webpages.
Featured in CNET, Lifehacker and Mashable.
How to use:
• After a page is loaded, click on the extension icon on the toolbar to display the heading markers.
• Click on a marker to scroll to the corresponding section.
• You can minimize, hide, or show the markers using these keyboard shortcuts:
⁃ minimize/maximize ( Shift-Alt-M )
⁃ show/hide ( Shift-Alt-N ).
• You can customize the behavior of this extension on the options page.
View the source code, contribute, or report issues here:
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