Rated 5 out of 5 stars

While the suggestion to drag the URL by its favicon to the desktop may be supplemented by noting that on the MacOSX one may also simply drag the link itself to create a webloc, either method misses the point of this add-on, which re-invent some missing link to making bookmarks [favorites], but rather to convert a page of HTML with URL links to a folder of individual bookmarks automatically and while ignoring all the needless parts of the page, such as the breadcrumb.gif, the previously mentioned favicon, and the ever popular blank.png.

Good job cleverly done, Prudnik, since in the long ago I learned the heartbreak of saving solely the URL of a page collecting fascinating links, only to return and find the page gone, taking with it the directory of URLs I now meant to use.

Believe me, saving 75 or more links by drag & drop is about as practical as going rung by rung up an elevator shaft's utility ladder rather than taking the stairs.

Thank you Mr. Prudnik. If this had been around to streamline creating the old link directory pages, Yahoo have become a Google.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1).