img2html - bookmarklet for blog posting with flickr, picasa, etc.

The img2html bookmarklet below helps you to get a html source code with a <img> element which refers photo sharing service, ex. Yahoo's Flickr, Google's Picasa Web Album, etc.


You can also try just to click the link above for testing on the site.
It generates HTML source code like below:
<a href="Page URL" target="_blank" title="Page Title"><img src="Image URL" width="Image Width" height="Image Height" border="0" alt="Image ALT" /></a>
The largest image on page is picked up by the bookmarklet.
This works on flickr.

Also works on Picasa Web Album and any other websites.

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The Last Piece

This was the latest member of the series of my Asian Alphabet applications.

Complete all five apps for Korean (Hangul), Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese and Cantonese!

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Second, Katakana software keyboard. Again, you can easily select a Kana character you want to enter by clicking it from the list.

You can also use iOS's built-in Traditional Chinese character hand-writing keyboard. Note that most of Kanjis used in Japan are same to Kanjis used in Taiwan. Differences are intelligently corrected by the app.

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