extension ExtPose

DOM Zelda

Description from extension meta

DOM Zelda prepends a Link sprite to the page. Control Link with the arrow keys and walk over <a> elements to turn 'em orange

Description from store Navigate to a webpage and click the extension button once it is in your toolbar. You'll gain a Link sprite in the upper left corner, that you can now control using your arrow keys. You can walk over links (<a> tags in HTML) and they will change color. I wanted to learn how to make a Chrome Extension so this is my first one.

Latest reviews

  • (2018-09-26) izzy lower: I believe this is really cool. I was a bit confused at first but you actually have to look something up first or be on a website and not just opening a new tab, then click on the link extension folder in the right corner. I like to find everything I can make orange and make it turn orange. although, one time instead of turning orange, it highlighted in yellow. I would consider a better way to put away link and orange highlighting other than reloading the page or clicking on a link (for a web-page). Also, it would be cool if enemy's came and undid the highlighting so the user can fight them off and re-highlight everything if that is what the user choose to do. Overall, its really cool and satisfying feature and its not blocked to those how are using school computers.
  • (2017-01-21) Nicholas Martinez: for people saying it doesn't work..... it does you literally press the extension icon on the top left to get him on screen
  • (2016-11-03) Wizelf 402: Its so simple, yet so engaging.
  • (2016-05-21) Sonwig: It doesn't work. kind of a shame really.
  • (2016-01-05) Orin: I can't figure it out. All it does it does is make a that little folder icon that you see when pictures fail to load, and makes me control THAT around. :(
  • (2015-12-18) Alvie TM: It isn't working,
  • (2015-12-15) Liam Anderson: I CAN'T SUMMON UP LINK! I tried reloading, and NO LINK. WHHHHYYYYYYYYYYY?!


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2.9286 (14 votes)
Last update / version
2015-10-12 / 1
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