Google has launched a new extension for Chrome users called Link to Text Fragment. As the name implies, it can ignore the page format and create any piece of text into a specific link. After you install the extension, you simply select the text paragraph you want to highlight, and right-click “Link with selected text.”
(from: Chrome Web Store)
Even better, anyone who uses a compatible browser can share and open it. For example, by clicking on a link in Google Chrome or the new Microsoft Edge, you can jump directly to the highlighted text section.
Google is reported to have recently added a new feature called Text SFragments to Chromium. The new functionality is implemented by attaching additional link information to the URL #之后.
Google officials occasionally use the technology to point links to specific parts of web search results. However, if you need to link to longer text sections or complex pages (such as repeated identical words) long URLs can be difficult to create manually.
The good news is that the Heart Extension not only simplifies the creation of links, but is also compatible with all new versions of the Chromeum kernel-based browser (80 plus).
Text Fragments is a great feature for people who want to easily find specific information on a web page.
Unfortunately, Mozilla Firefox and Apple Safari do not yet support this new feature. Click the link and direct the jump to the top of the page without highlighting the relevant text paragraph.
Link to Text Fragment extension demo (via)
Also, in unofficial browsers, Text Fragment may not be perfect enough. For example, when testing in Microsoft Edge, sometimes links jump to the correct part of the page, but they cannot highlight the relevant text.
And when you create a link, even though the entire paragraph has been selected, you are occasionally subject to a text that can be too long for error. Interested friends, you may want to go to the Chrome web app store to download the experience.