HTTP POST must be encoded and windows.location is encoded

When using JavaScript window.location in your code, be aware, that window.location is encoded using JavaScript escape function. It is not always obvious because characters, that get encoded / decoded using escape() / unescape() is rare in urls. Use the following syntax to get human readable url: unescape(window.location) URL: url/ window.location: unescape(window.location): url/ […]

Edit any website / webpage with simple JavaScript

Copy the following one line JavaScript into address bar of browser to enable ‘edit mode’. javascript:document.body.contentEditable=’true’; document.designMode=’on’; void 0 Now you can add or delete any text, move images and objects, and more. Have a fun! Tested on Internet Explorer 8 and 6, Firefox 3.5.2, Opera 10, Google Chrome and Apple Safari 4.0.3.