Automatically finds and highlights words and phrases on the web page according to your list
Automatically finds and highlights words and phrases on the web page according to your list - No registration required - Organize your search words in groups and lists - All data stored locally - Auto-refreshes highlights on page reload and content changes - Unlimited words and lists - Free Easy to use Chrome Extension that automatically searches for defined words in the current browser tab and marks them in a text. Many more advanced features available through settings: - Create color-coded keyword lists - Disable highlighting on certain sites - Export or import your settings and keyword lists - Use lists from Pastebin Changelog 1.1 *updated latest jquery 3.4.1 1.0 *Intial Release
- (2020-02-27) Figure Minds: There is a bug where the files don't show up unless you go to the settings and head back then they show up.
- (2020-06-28, v:1.1) Wim Deboel: This is an illegal copy of the original
I am the developer of Highlight This! This extension is an illegal copy. Do not install it, it could be harmful
- (2020-05-09, v:1.1) Pque Christopher: I found this extension because I need synchronization
Hello, I found this extension because I need synchronization but it is disable just like the previous version, If you plan to enable it, when do you plan to implement synchronization ? Thank you very much
- (2020-02-27, v:1.1) Raymond Edgerly: Is this related to the previous version of HighlightThis that was removed from the Chrome Store?
Hello 🙂, Wanted to ask if your Chrome Highlight This extension is built on the same framework used by Wim Deboel in his previous application "HighlightThis" (was removed from Chrome Store recently, but still exists on Firefox). Saw "Wim Deboel" as terms in a screencap used on the landing page for this extension, and just wondered if there's any overlap, if this is a continuation of the previous version, etc. Thanks 🙂