Add relative bookmarks to your browser.
- Go to the Chrome Web Store page
- Add it to your browser
Relative bookmarks let you navigate to specific parts of URL to navigate to rather than the whole. This behaviour is extremely useful if you have the same page on different hosts.
For example, if you were to own
test.example.com, if you wanted to bookmark the
/about page, you would generally need 3 bookmarks.
With Relative Bookmarks you can just bookmark
/about and on whatever website you are on, you will navigate to
Relative Bookmarks also lets you bookmark only the query string of a page, with the ability of mixing and overriding query parameters.
- Click the
Add relative bookmark
- The bookmark will be immediately added
- You can modify it by selecting a folder or changing the titles
Advancedto show the fields to modify each individual value
Doneonce you finished editing to save the changes
Removeif you would like to discard the current new bookmark
- leave path blank if you do not wish to replace the current path
- start your path with
/to override the whole path
- start with anything else to append to the current path
- leave query blank to not replace the current query
- add at least
?to replace the current query
Mix with existingto merge the current query with the specified one.
- Existing parameter take precedence over the specified ones unless you check also
- Leave blank to not replace the current query
- Query can be anything