I think most of us have written at least one jQuery Plugin / Script. In this post, Latent Motion would like to show us how to get the most out of that script by also releasing it as a jQuery Bookmarklet. You will find two examples of utilities that are ripe for bookmarkleting, as well as a prepared jQuery Bookmarklet file that you can easily modify for the purpose.
Within the article: How to Create a jQuery Bookmarklet. You will find a jQuery Bookmarklet template provided for us. What it does is:
1. Test if jQuery already exists, attempts to load it, and then tests if it’s loaded 5 times every second, waiting to call the jqReady function.
2. Use a similar process with the array JS, attempting to load jQuery dependent scripts (such as jQuery plugins). Once done, it will call jqCustom.
3. In jqCustom, if uncommented, it will load myCSS, and then run any jQuery code you’ve added.
Requirements: jQuery Framework
License: Creative Commons License