Friday, June 19, 2020

How to highlight text in a web page

When you share a URL to a long article, sometimes you want to highlight certain text to make your point.

Chrome has the text highlight feature.

For example, a plain link to a Wikipedia article.
If you want to highlight a short sentence, you can put #:~:text= at the end of URL and followed by the text to be highlighted.

If you want to highlight a long paragraph, the URL may become too long to share. In this case, you can put start text and end text with a comma in the middle. That is, #:~:text=startText,endText.,finally%20to%20humans
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