Easily link to Text Fragments in Chrome with the “Copy Text Fragment URL” Plugin

One of the additions that shipped in Chrome 80 is the ability to link to Text Fragments. To easily create such links, I stumbled upon the “Copy Text Fragment URL” Plugin which adds an extra option to the context menu.

Handy! Makes me wonder why it’s not a default Google Chrome feature.

Chrome Web Store: Copy Text Fragment URL →

jQuery Anystretch

Anystretch is a jQuery plugin that allows you to add a dynamically-resized background image to any page or block level element. The image will stretch to fit the page/element, and will automatically resize as the window size changes.

Handy when having a fluid layout/responsive design.

Anystretch Demo →
Anystretch (GitHub) →

UPDATE: Reader Oemebamo pointed out that this can be achieved with CSS, using background-size: cover;. Turns out background-size is widely supported (thought it was Chrome only).

jQuery.suggest

jQuery.suggest is a simple inline autosuggest jQuery plugin. It takes an array of terms as haystack and suggests the user the first item that matches what has been typed to this point. The suggestion is updated with every keystroke. Tab or Enter will accept the suggestion and update the input field accordingly.

jQuery.suggest →