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Page Zipper Unpacks Multi-Page Articles for Single-Page Display

It’s annoying when you find an article worth reading but it’s diced up into little segments. Skip clicking next-next-next to read; use Page Zipper to unpack multi-page articles and read them all on one page.

Page Zipper is available as both a bookmarklet and a Firefox extension. You simply click on the bookmarklet (or extension icon) when you’re looking at a segmented article or gallery. Page Zipper renders the page with all the individual pages laid out for easy reading. No more clicking next a dozen times to get to the end of the article or gallery. In addition unpacking long articles it also rocks keyboard shortcuts for viewing galleries and automatically resizes images to best-fit your browser window. Check the video above to see the article and gallery features in action.

Visit the link below to read more and grab a copy of Page Zipper for your browser.

Page Zipper [PrintWhatYouLike]

Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 03/7/11

Comments (9)

  1. Omar Hafiz

    Shouldn’t it say “In addition to unpacking long articles…” instead of “In addition unpacking long articles…”

    AutoPager and FastestFox are also extensions for FireFox to do the same job and works with almost every site on the web.

  2. Paul

    Is there a chrome extension equivalent?

  3. Doc

    @Paul: Follow the link…a bookmarklet will work on any browser that allows bookmarks containing JavaScript.

  4. Jonathan

    Paul, you can use the bookmarklet in Chrome. It works the same as the FF plugin.

  5. HKB

    will it work with ‘instructables’ ?

  6. HKB

    instructables – it works, but a little buggy..

  7. PTR

    Install this Chrome extension (FastestChromeFix) and it will automatically add the next page to a multi-page article.

  8. mantas


  9. Younes El karama

    I prefer AutoPager ( instead. I find it far more powerful.

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