YOU can learn how to easily copy text with link from any site in just three clicks. Usually it is not so simple. Say, you want to showcase a post of another blogger in your blog. What do you do? You have to first copy the title and paste it. And then you have to copy the link location and link the previously copied title to that url. What if you could do it all in one go, without having to go back-and-forth?
Colt is a Firefox add-on that allows you to do just that.
What is CoLT?
CoLT (short for “Copy Link Text”) is a tiny extension for Firefox which makes it easier than ever to copy a hyperlink’s associated text. For example, if I were to use this extension to copy this link to my blog, the copied text would quite literally be this link to my blog.
CoLT also includes a means of copying both a link’s text and URL at the same time. This feature is particularly handy for bloggers, web developers, or anyone else who finds themselves writing links to other places on the web. The latest release allows users to create an unlimited number of custom formats for copying both the link text and location.
From Born Geek
You can configure the links in these formats – HTML Link, Plain Text, BBCode, Fusetalk, Wikipedia.
Click here to install the extension in your Firefox.
If you want to use it to configure a link to be used in a blog or site, choose HTML link.
After the copying is done, simply paste it in the desired location of your blog!