A bookmarklet is a special kind of bookmark. Normal bookmarks take you to
another page when they are selected. Bookmarklets simply make changes to the page
you are currently viewing, rather than taking you to a new one.
The Golimojo bookmarklet can be used to add links directly
to the page you're currently viewing. Once you've installed the
bookmarklet this is as simple as choosing it from your Bookmarks
or Favorites menu.
Installing the Bookmarklet
Bookmarks are called favorites in Internet Explorer, where they're accessed
through the Favorites menu.
Installing the bookmarklet is easy.
Right-click (Ctrl-click on the Macintosh) the bookmarklet link in the box
below. This will bring up the context menu.
From the context menu you want to select Bookmark this Link...
(Firefox) or Add to Favorites... (Internet Explorer).
Click OK in the dialog box.
Using the Bookmarklet
If you open the Bookmarks or Favorites menu in your browser, you
should see the Golimojo Bookmarklet. To invoke the bookmarklet on
whatever page you are currently viewing just select it from the menu. You
may want to try it out on this page, although the results may not be very