WebJump is a small Emacs add-on that provides a fast keyboard-based interface to a programmable Web site hotlist. Its speed of use comes from the keyboard completion-based selection of a site and the ability to prompt for query and option parameters.

 [animated GIF screenshot]

WebJump was written in 1996. It was reviewed briefly in Linux Gazette #26, and later plugged in NTK #188.

You can download file webjump.el, although it is now an official part of the standard GNU Emacs and XEmacs distributions, so it's probably already installed on your computer.

You can download file webjump-plus.el, version 2.4 (23-May-2003), which adds more rules to WebJump.

© Copyright Neil Van Dyke      Contact