LinkSplit # MatchURL : No. 1 Premium URL Shortener

LinkSplit # MatchURL : No. 1 Premium URL Shortener

01.Nov.2021

LinkSplit is a web application made for splitting links. Just paste in your link and hit "Split Link!" - It will rename all the parts of your link to make it smaller.

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LinkSplit lets you split links to make them smaller, just paste in your link and hit "Split Link!" to start. [REQUIRED] It's available for download from our website. [OPTIONAL] You can find more information on how it works on the rest of this page.

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Application LinkSplit lets you split links to make them smaller, just paste in your link and hit "Split Link!" to start. It's available for download from our website. You can find more information on how it works on the rest of this page.

Here are some useful links: Download LinkSplit More info about LinkSplit Contact us through our website if you have any questions or problems with the application! Have a great day! [EXTRA OPTIONAL]

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following script will automatically split an article into words and replace all occurrences of those words with a link to the original article. This is done by determining the context of each sentence and then using that information to choose which word should be linked and what text should replace it.

Note: The script may not work as expected if the script has not been able to fully load before you attempt to use it (due to slow server or slow connectivity).

The following steps must be taken in order for this script to function correctly: - If you have yet, install Greasemonkey for Firefox or Tampermonkey for Chrome/Opera - Click here to install the script - After successful installation, navigate back to this page or open up this page in another tab - Click the 'Start' button below

Note: If you are using an ad blocker, it may block the script from working. It is recommended that you turn off your ad blocker or whitelist this page while using this script.

You can also manually enter a link to an article if desired. Simply enter the full URL into the text box and press 'Check'.

For example, you could use the following link to check the current weather in your area:

If you want to link to a specific part of an article, use the '#p' parameter followed by the number of the paragraph that you want to link to (for example, '#p2'). This will only work if numbering has been added manually through HTML or Wiki markup.

You can also link directly to a certain word within an article by using '##word'. For example, this link would take one directly to President Obama's name:    

Word splitting will work for any consecutive sequence of non-whitespace characters (ignoring newlines), even if they are not in separate words. For example, 'Hello world' would be split into two links:

Hello      world

By default, links are written to the clipboard so that you can easily paste them somewhere else (such as on Facebook). If this feature is undesired, it can be disabled by unchecking "Write to clipboard". Additionally, links can optionally be prepended with an underscore or a space before being written to the clipboard. This is useful for diffing articles that have been edited since the last time they were compared. To use one of these options, check "Prepend link" and "Space/Underscore before link", respectively.

You can also use this script to create links to YouTube videos, SoundCloud tracks, IMDb pages, Amazon pages, imgur albums or pictures (including Photobucket). To do so, simply use 'yt', 'sc', 'imdb', 'amzn' or 'imgur' in place of a Wikipedia article name. For example:      yt:the_beatles       sc:seventh_heaven      imdb:12120886         amzn:B007UX2CEC To link directly to a specific video on YouTube (such as at 2m), you can use the id parameter by following the above examples with #videoid. For example:      yt:the_beatles#videoid=oQcZh18bjSs

And finally, if you want to bypass the word splitting that this script does but still get a link back to the original article, simply add 'nolinks' after your search terms. This is useful when copying and pasting from articles where desired words have already been linked elsewhere in the text or from articles linking directly to another section of an article. [script starts here] var howMany = 66; //number of characters per link var ignore1 = /\s/gi; //ignores spaces at beginning of each line var ignore2 ***The

following implementation of the Wikipedia article summary program demonstrates implementation of LinkSplitting to obtain portions of text which are delimited by particular characters.

 

The user is prompted for a word, which is used as a key into an associative array of words. Each value in that array consists only of the first three character positions of each distinct occurence of that word in any article of Wikipedia. The code then reads through all articles, extracting every third character from every line until it reaches the end-of-article marker (a single period by default). This step was designed to save time when processing large sets; however when dealing with small sets like example .txt files below, it may be faster to simply read the entire file rather than splitting