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To make a bookmarklet for “deleting” cookies of the current website and refresh it with one click you can paste this code in the URL property of a bookmark.

javascript: (function() {
    var cookies = document.cookie.split("; ");
    for (var c = 0; c < cookies.length; c++) {
        var d = window.location.hostname.split(".");
        while (d.length > 0) {
            var cookieBase = encodeURIComponent(cookies[c].split(";")[0].split("=")[0]) + "=; expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:01 GMT; domain=" + d.join(".") + " ;path=";
            var p = location.pathname.split("/");
            document.cookie = cookieBase + "/";
            while (p.length > 0) {
                document.cookie = cookieBase + p.join("/");
                p.pop();
            }
            d.shift();
        }
    }
    location.reload(true);
})();

I don't know whether there is a simpler way to get all your hashtags you used in your write.as blog. They are present in the content of course, but also as a link that gets all the instances of the hashtag like: https:yoursite.as/tag:*. So instead of looking to all the tags in your content, you could search for these tag-links on the blog. I found a way to get the total sitemap with 'wget'.

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As far as I know there is no automatic way to keep a table of contents of your blog and present it in a separate page or in your “about” page. So I made a curl-script to get the titles and the links in a html or markdown file. So you have to go to your terminal and make your own command for your blog like this.

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Mistynotes uses this css for write.as. You can use it in your own blog. See the write.as guide for how to do that. (Updated: 07/05/2021.)

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for post@peterskantoor.nl

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Because I have a lot of bookmarks, ordered in folders and subfolders, it is not easy for me to find the bookmark and activate it. I found this little tip for using firefox. At the end of the article it states:

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The solution could be a switch, a Keyboard-Video-Mouse switch, or a KVM-switch. Actually I just need a keyboard and mouse for two computers.

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I have long used Windows, and I was used to type alt-codes to get special symbols. I don't have a numeric keyboard, and I don't have Windows anymore, so I cannot type <alt> 137 for instance to get ë.

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You could place them at the end of your blog as list of references.

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