PageZipper doesn’t require any installation, but rather runs solely via bookmarking it in your browser. You can place the bookmarklet on your bookmarks toolbar for instant access. Since both Firefox and Chrome as well as many other major browsers support bookmarklets, the script can be accessed in any modern browser.
To get started, visit the PageZipper website using the link provided at the end of this post. Under ‘To Install’, you’ll see a link for a bookmarklet labelled PageZipper. Simply drag it to your bookmarks toolbar.
Once bookmarked, you can simply click the PageZipper link to get it in action on any web page.
PageZipper also displays a miniscule navigation bar on the top-left side of the screen. This bar contains Next and Previous buttons to skip back and forth between pages. It also displays the total number of loaded pages, as well as the current page number. This feature is quite handy and also supports keyboard shortcuts for quickly moving up and down. For example, you can press Ctrl + Down and Ctrl + Up on your keyboard to move down and up respectively.
All in all, it’s an extremely handy tool that makes browsing list posts, photo galleries and slideshows much more convenient and less annoying. Testing was carried out in Google Chrome on Windows 8 Pro.